Last Thursday, young Wyomingites from across the state had the opportunity to chat with Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon during the second Wyoming Youth Connection. This lecture series aims to give a voice to the young adults of our state who are preparing to go to college or enter the job market in the heart or wake of this pandemic. Any youth from across Wyoming ages 16-22 are invited to join the free sessions on Thursdays starting at 11:00 am.
“This week we will be welcoming two speakers. Dr. Brian Gee of Lander is the Fremont County Public Health Officer and will be joining us to share perspective and answer questions around the spread of the virus,” shared organizer Michelle Sirois. “We are also excited to welcome Eric “ET” Trowbridge, CEO of the Array School of Technology in Cheyenne and founder of the Wyoming Technology Coronavirus Coalition, which aims to unite volunteer engineers to create quick, effective, and high-impact solutions as our state faces medical supply shortages.”