The Gillette College Energy City Voices will perform on Thursday, April 24, at 7 p.m. inside the college’s Tech Center. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for adults.
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Aiming to meet the workforce needs of Campbell County, Gillette College will bolster its technical education this fall with the addition of a new machine tool program.
Gillette College launched its new Outdoor Adventure Club (OAC) two weeks ago with a 24-person trip to Meadowlark Ski Lodge. The club kept its momentum by welcoming Sheridan College’s OAC to the Energy Capital last week.
Gillette College welding instructor Troy Miller recently earned the Outstanding Technical Teacher Award at the 51st annual American Technical Education Association (ATEA) national conference in St. Paul, Minn.
Cory Bryngelson has served on boards, raised money for scholarships and championed for Gillette College in the past.
Now, he’s bring his expertise to the Gillette College Foundation board, forming an ideal partnership, Foundation Executive Director Heidi Gross said.
The Northern Wyoming Community College District announced today the hiring of Dr. Richard Hall as the new Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Gillette College geology and mining technology instructor Rob Livingston was recently honored as the 2014 Mining Awareness Educator by the Interstate Mining Compact Commission (IMCC).
For 14 years, Kristin Douglas has pioneered ways of providing first-rate counseling, with some creative flair.
The Gillette College men’s and women’s basketball teams will play their final regular season home games tonight, Friday, Feb. 21, against Casper College. The women play at 5:30 p.m. with the men following at 7:30 p.m.
Two nominees from the Northern Wyoming Community College District earned state-wide leadership awards at the annual Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees conference in Cheyenne on Thursday night.