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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.
New scholarship honors late CWI Machine Tool Technology graduate, Nathaniel Stewart Dando.
The Nagel Foundation scholarship empowers second-year career and technical education students to complete their education.
Congratulations to Bradley Dougal, a 2019-2020 Nagel Foundation scholarship recipient.
Biology instructor, Dusty Perkins, Biology Club, and Machine Tool Technology Program to host a native bee habitat building during Connections Project.
Annual STEM Out! event introduces students to STEM careers through hands-on workshops presented by CWI faculty and students.
College of Western Idaho to host its annual Program and Career Expo (PACE) on April 13.
After spending years in the armed forces, many veterans attend college seeking degrees to help them discover the next chapter in their lives. A number of these veterans choose the College of Western Idaho (CWI) to begin their educational journey.
Dusty Johns, a 41-year-old Machine Tool...
On July 11, College of Western Idaho (CWI) is inviting future students to learn more and start college this fall in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs to attend an open house, complete program orientations, and finish registration. During this event, future students will have the...
CWI swept away the competition with 37 medals at this year's SkillsUSA State Conference.
The 5th annual Skills on Wheels Auto Show returns April 22 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Meridian-based Micro 100 Tool Corporation recently donated more than $16,000 worth of brand new tooling items to CWI's Machine Tool Technology program.
The event will highlight Drafting Technology, Heavy-Equipment Technology, and Machine Tool Technology.
A group of CWI students and recent graduates also won medals in a school record five events.
CWI Machine Tool Technology students have access to $17,500 in scholarships because of a donation from the Gene Haas Foundation.
The expanded training opportunities will accommodate an additional 90 students in five professional-technical programs.
CWI students earned 27 medals at the event, including 20 gold medals.
The CWI Machine Tool Technology program has received another generous donation from Micro 100 Tool Corporation.
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