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College of Western Idaho’s 2022 Farm to Fork dinner raised more than $4,000 for the Campus Garden.
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.
After numerous inquiries, CWI would like to clarify the College’s involvement in Boise Pride Festival 2022.
CWI students and graduates used their skills to put on a drone light show at the 2022 Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic’s Night Glow Spectacular.
Micron Technology, Inc. announced a new $15 billion manufacturing facility in Boise. It is the first new memory fab in the U.S. in 20 years and will create an estimated 17,000 new American jobs. As part of that expansion, Micron has named College of Western Idaho as a core education partner.
Tour provides students the opportunity to see first-hand how juveniles are living, learning, and working toward release and reintegration into the community.
Law Enforcement students from College of Western Idaho could be spotted along Interstate 84 picking up trash in early April as part of Idaho’s Adopt-a-Highway program.
College of Western Idaho’s Landscape Maintenance Irrigation class has been hard at work this semester gaining irrigation design, renovation, and installation skills assisting with projects right here in our community.
Grab your gloves, and join ASCWI as they give back to the community and assist Idaho Office for Refugees’ Global Gardens project to prepare garden plots for planting.
This year’s Novel Life event will feature bestselling authors, Jason Mott, Jennifer Haigh, and Jonathan Evison.
CWI's new Work-Based Learning Center is an exciting resource connecting students and the business community to combine classroom learning with hands-on work experience.
In honor of Black History Month, Amazon’s Black Employee Network donated two carts full of food and personal hygiene items to CWI food pantries.
In partnership with TRICA, Occupational Therapy Assistant students put their knowledge to work with the creation of a week-long, all-inclusive dance camp for children in the community.
Recent antisemitic vandalism that has occurred in Boise has posed a concern for many within our CWI and extended community.
Students from College of Western Idaho’s Law Enforcement give back by serving the community during Rake Up Nampa.
In support of our heroes, past and present, on Veterans Day.
It didn’t take long for College of Western Idaho occupational therapy assistant students to take what they are learning in the classroom and apply it to real-world situations.
Join Storyfort and CWI for The Novel Life – a dive deep into processes, practicalities, passions, and how the conception and writing of a novel gets done.