December 15, 2022
|Career Exploration & Awareness Month shines a spotlight on discovering the career pathways available to Wyoming residents and the employment, training and educational opportunities that come with them. The BOOTS platform can help navigate the education, career, and business tools available in Wyoming. There are multiple pathways to better careers: training certificates, degrees, stackable credentials, apprenticeships and more. Additionally, DWS’s Employment and Training Division helps to build a workforce to meet the changing demands of Wyoming’s diverse businesses, and its Business Training and Support Unit works directly with Wyoming businesses, colleges, economic development agencies and community partners across the state. In addition, the free Wyoming Grown program connects individuals who have a desire to return home to Wyoming with in-demand career opportunities throughout the state.|
|Wyoming has been approved for $2,283,000 in funding through an Unemployment Insurance (UI) Equity Grant by the U.S. Department of Labor. This innovative grant program is the first of its kind and will help claimants and create efficiencies for DWS staff through:
Read more here.
Together, we are leading workforce innovation today, to build a stronger tomorrow.
Robin Sessions Cooley
Wyoming Department of Workforce Services
January 30, 2023
By the Wyoming Business Council Cheyenne, Wyo – The Wyoming Business Council (WBC) will present six Business Ready Community (BRC) grant and loan requests to the State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) at their next regular meeting on Thursday, Feb. 2, at 8 a.m. The WBC Team will present the following projects from our previous board meetings for […] Read More
January 23, 2023
“Set in Southwest Wyoming, Star Valley is a culturally, historically and geologically diverse valley, bringing together a number of quaint towns and long stretches of scenery and wildlife. From Alpine to Smooth, the valley covers a naturally-rich area between the state’s Salt River Range and the Webster Range of Idaho, with ranging altitudes reaching 7,000 feet. The […] Read More
January 5, 2023
Cheyenne, Wyo – In 2021, Wyoming companies exported more than $1.4 billion in goods to the world. Of the companies that export, 97.5 percent are small businesses. Are you a small business that manufactures vehicle components, parts for vacuum pumps, or hand tools? Do you offer unique Wyoming-made art, food products, or spirits? If so, the world […] Read More