“These women recognized the value of having their GEDs and how directly this impacts their ability to obtain higher-paying jobs. They stuck with the program even while navigating some difficult circumstances in life. If some participants passed their GED tests before others, they would continue to show up and provide encouragement and help to those who hadn’t finished. One graduate has embarked on a new career already, and another starts community college this summer. Many of these women have used this training as an opportunity to open doors and complete something they have been wanting to do for a long time.”

— Molly Kruger, Cheyenne Program Director

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