CWI News & Blogs
Current Search Criteria
- (-) Remove <span class="facet-title">Blog Category:</span> Giving & Scholarships filter Blog Category: Giving & Scholarships
Current search criteria - found 71 results
Search by Program, Career, or Skills
Filter News by
Through College of Western Idaho, Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology student, Michael Hertel, has discovered new studies and industries — some of which he hopes will lead to a life-long career for himself.
The CWI Foundation’s ninth-annual Opening Doors Benefit Event’s online auction will open Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Health Science major, Sara Dorman, had a culinary career that lasted nearly two decades before she made the decision to switch industries and join College of Western Idaho.
In his fourth year at College of Western Idaho, Machine Tool Technology student, Wade Kindberg, continues to learn new skills and trades for a future career.
Bank of Idaho's Swing for the Green Charity Golf Tournament Series supports CWI.
New scholarship honors late CWI Machine Tool Technology graduate, Nathaniel Stewart Dando.
College of Western Idaho took over Memorial Stadium in a BOLD way Thursday night during CWI Night at the Hawks raising more than $1,000 for scholarships.
Do you own a business, have a service or hobby you can share, or know someone who does? The College of Western Idaho Foundation would love to connect with you!
Hands-on training opportunities for Heavy Equipment Technician students at College of Western Idaho have been elevated thanks to a donation of two Ford F750 trucks.
A generous donation from the non-profit organization, S.E.E.4VETS, will fund six, $1,680, scholarships available to eligible veteran students at the College.
Thank you to the CWI community for generously giving to the campus food pantries to help ensure students have the food and hygiene items they need.
CWI is excited to offer paid summer research opportunities for students through the Idaho INBRE Research Program. Apply by March 18.
CWI took over Idaho Central Arena in a BOLD way Wednesday raising nearly $2,500 for scholarships during CWI Night at the Steelheads.
Through Bank of America’s generous $70,000 investment, CWI can provide greater access to critical healthcare workforce training to students.
Geographic Information Systems student, Daleesa Cole, hopes to use her skills and abilities to change the world for the better as a Wildlife Biologist.
Homes of Idaho provides generous donation of food for CWI food pantries as part of a new initiative involving the support of local businesses.
Allied Business Solutions donates $5,000 to empower Information Technology students at CWI.
Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology student, Jacob Schott, is on his way to a full-time career with a local information systems consulting firm.