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Events included a tour of the Fort-Hall Reservation, where CWI faculty members were able to meet with Shoshone-Bannock Tribe leaders and learn more about their culture.
College of Western Idaho’s 2022 Farm to Fork dinner raised more than $4,000 for the Campus Garden.
College of Western Idaho’s Cybersecurity program is one step closer to receiving full Center of Academic Excellence Cyber Defense accreditation.
To help students cope with and balance the stress of life, CWI Counseling and Wellness Services is offering a two-day event addressing important topics and providing information and resources surrounding mental health.
Several College of Western Idaho faculty members were nominated at the 2022 Idaho GEM for their hard work in and out of the classroom.
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.
Are you interested in learning more about careers and programs to help you get the job you want? If so, plan to attend one of College of Western Idaho's (CWI) Program Exploration Events!
Learn about your transfer opportunities, and connect with various colleges and universities during College of Western Idaho's Transfer Fair, Oct. 11.
According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Practical Nursing (PN) industry is expected to grow by 6% of the next 10 years. CWI’s PN program hopes to teach and prepare students to help fill those gaps.
CWI Adjunct Faculty, Vickie Gooch, helped chair an operation with Idaho State Police to save six women in Boise from human trafficking.
Access to select programs to use your CWI email may no longer work at the beginning of October because of a change through Microsoft’s security measures.
College of Western Idaho is offering free Mental Health First Aid trainings to 300 employees for the Fall 2022 semester.
The CWI Foundation’s ninth-annual Opening Doors Benefit Event’s online auction will open Wednesday, Sept. 28.
With the help of CWI employee, Trevi Hardy, Idaho Governor Brad Little signed a proclamation recognizing the week of Sept. 18 as Adult Education and Family Literacy week in the state.
CWI’s campus garden aims to provide students access to fresh produce and support in their agriculture work. Each year, Farm to Fork raises funds to help support the garden and its mission.
Latinx Heritage month is observed from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.
The Practical Nursing program will have an Open House on Oct. 5, from 2 to 8 p.m. at the CWI Canyon County Center.
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.
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