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Wyoming Public Radio: Climb Wyoming works with single moms across the state to break cycles of generational poverty

Wyoming Public Radio | By Hannah Habermann Published May 3, 2024 In downtown Laramie, there’s a blue building with tall windows tucked between two local staples – Front Street Tavern and Lovejoys Bar & Grill. While it might not look like much from the outside, upstairs is the office for an organization that’s had a big […]

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Public News Service: Training, mental health recovery called key for single moms to escape poverty

By Eric Galatas, Producer Public News Service Monday, March 4, 2024 A Wyoming nonprofit is helping single mothers climb out of poverty by connecting them with the training and support they need to step into and succeed at good-paying jobs. Katie Hogarty, CEO of Climb Wyoming, explained her team taps a wide range of community partners, […]

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Working Nation Features Climb’s Approach to Workforce Development

A Wyoming nonprofit is lifting single mothers out of poverty and into good jobs: Climb Wyoming helps struggling moms land in the workforce through a free 12-week training program Working Nation February 28, 2024 By Victoria Lim “When we dig into the data of families that are most in need across the state, it’s low-income, […]

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The Climb Out: PBS Series Spotlights Climb Wyoming

Climb Wyoming has been featured in the latest episode of “A State of Mind,” a Wyoming PBS documentary series that explores Wyoming’s mental health crisis from different angles. The 30-minute feature, titled “The Climb Out,” shares the story of Megan, a Laramie Climb graduate who came to the program to start a new chapter in […]

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Two Climb Wyoming graduates featured in national podcast

Jordan Smith Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange Dec 24, 2023 CASPER — A recent episode of the podcast “Death, Sex & Money” produced by WNYC Studios and distributed to multiple national platforms features the stories of two Wyoming women. “Death, Sex & Money,” which is produced and hosted by Anna Sale, discusses the necessary […]

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Statewide nonprofit helps move families out of poverty through free job trainings for single mothers

Wyoming Public Radio | By Hannah Habermann December 14, 2023 Over the past 37 years, Climb Wyoming has worked to break cycles of generational poverty by supporting single moms throughout the state. The organization’s 12-week programs prepare women for jobs that are tailored to the needs in their own communities. According to the nonprofit’s 2023 Progress Report, Climb Wyoming […]

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NPR Podcast Features Climb Wyoming

  DECEMBER 6, 2023 Productive Discomfort: A Job Training Program for Single Moms That Centers Mental Health Hannah is 34, has two kids, and lives in Casper, Wyoming, where she was born and raised. Hannah’s been working in construction for 3 years, ever since she graduated from Climb Wyoming’s 12 week job training program, where […]

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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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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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