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Honoring some especially courageous moms this Mother’s Day

Wyoming Tribune Eagle May 13, 2023 By Katie Hogarty, Climb Wyoming CEO Moms make a lot possible when they encourage us, inspire us and teach us to be brave and never give up. This Mother’s Day, there are so many moms across Wyoming who are lifting their families up in life! I’d like to honor […]

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Climb’s Amy Boillot Named 2022 Woman of Influence

Congrats to Amy Boillot, a Climb Wyoming Mental Health Provider, for being named a “2022 Woman of Influence” by the Wyoming Business Report! Amy has spent almost 20 years providing individual and group counseling for single moms in our job training and placement program. Nothing is more rewarding to Amy than witnessing moms courageously commit […]

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Employer Partners at Work: Evans Construction

(Photos Above: Aaron Merritt talks to a group of Climb’s Commercial Driving (CDL) participants about pre-trip inspections. Evans Construction currently has three moms hired to fill driving jobs.) The current labor shortage has hit the construction industry hard, leaving employers struggling to fill jobs, especially driving positions that require a commercial driver’s license (CDL).  Aaron […]

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Corona climbs to a better life: A single mom gives the scholarships she never received

Jackson Hole News & Guide May 18, 2022 By Sophia Boyd-Fliegel There are some days when Cindy Corona can’t believe her life. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Corona, 28, processes funds for nonprofits and first-generation college students from her bright office of at Community Foundation Jackson Hole. When she’s off work she takes her […]

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Hope is the best Mother’s Day gift of all

GUEST COLUMN: CASPER STAR TRIBUNE May 7, 2022 By Katie Hogarty, Climb Wyoming Chief Executive Officer This Mother’s Day, I am reminded that when life gets tough—as it has for a lot of us during the past two years—there are so many moms who have been there to comfort, reassure, and give us what we […]

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Climb Wyoming celebrates 35 years of helping women empower themselves

Green River Star By David Martin, Editor December 9, 2021 Green River, WY– Stormie Prime remembers the day she decided to enroll in Climb Wyoming. The Green River native had noticed an advertisement for the program, which aims to help single mothers learn job skills in high-demand and high-paying fields such as truck driving and […]

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Climb at 35: Climb has helped thousands of families over three decades

By Carrie Haderlie Rawlins Times   (Photo Above: Aubrey Jones, who lives and works in Rock Springs, said that her life is completely different than it was three years ago before she became a Climb graduate.) Rawlins, WY–For women across the state, Climb Wyoming has been making a difference for 35 years. In Laramie, graduating […]

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Climb Wyoming celebrates 35 years of changing lives

By Carrie Haderlie for the Wyoming Tribune Eagle Dec 19, 2021 CHEYENNE – Climb Wyoming has helped Melissa Shell see her options – and chart her future. Shell, a single mom to two young children in Cheyenne, said she first heard about the nonprofit when a flyer arrived in her mailbox. “I didn’t know anything […]

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Nonprofit’s local branch helping single moms ‘Climb’ the ladder in their careers

Roxanne Rosales, an administrative associate at the Jackson Hole Land Trust, is one of many Climb Wyoming graduates filling jobs in Teton County’s workforce during a critical labor shortage. Jackson Hole News & Guide By Timothy J. Woods Oct 20, 2021 Roxanne Rosales came to Wyoming after high school to escape what she says was […]

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Climb Wyoming transitions long-time employees into leadership roles

By Elizabeth Sampson, Wyoming Business Report Sep 27, 2021 Two familiar faces are taking on the top leadership roles of Climb Wyoming as the organization celebrates its 35th year helping single mothers gain skills that move them and their children out of poverty. Katie Hogarty of Laramie and Molly Kruger of Cheyenne are poised to […]

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