Community brainstorming session at CWC to help boost Wyoming’s Educational Attainment

    The Wyoming Educational Attainment Executive Council (WEAEC) will conduct nine facilitated sessions throughout the state on Thursday, November 29 at the community colleges and the University of Wyoming.

    Wait, back up.
    On August 23, 2018, Governor Matt Mead created the WEAEC as part of his ENDOW initiative to diversify Wyoming’s economy. The goal of this council: “Wyoming will increase the percentage of the working population that possesses a valuable postsecondary credential to 67% by 2025.” – Source: Wyoming Community College Commission

    Fast forward to today.
    The council is aggressively moving forward with developing the five-year and 10-year educational master plan to reach the state’s educational attainment goals.


    The public sessions’ focus is to gain crucial perspectives from stakeholders (aka local residents like you and me) to identify the barriers residents face to access and complete higher education certificates and degrees. The open forum discussions will seek perspectives from attendees for specific strategies to create a college-going culture from K12 to working adults.

    Central Wyoming College’s session will take place at the Student Center Building (no. 9 on map) between 6-7:30pm on Thursday, November 29.

    Unable to attend? Follow along and participate via Facebook Live at this link .


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