“These moms made remarkable strides! Some had never done a resume or had a formal job interview before Climb and were consistently turned down for not having the right experience. By the end of the training, they were able to walk with confidence into very professional office settings and get offered jobs that really fit their strengths. As a result, average monthly wages for this group went from $768/month before Climb to $2,398/month after, with most moms now working 40-hour weeks.”

— Lauren Conrad, Teton Area Program Director

“Climb does teach you new skills so that you can better your life and the lives of your children. But it also can teach you how to trust yourself and bring you out of your comfort zone. It was just what I needed at this time in my life.”

— Kate, Program Participant

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