The first installment of the 2014 Mountain Lecture Series at Spear-O-Wigwam will take place Sunday, June 22, with Randy Stout’s presentation of “The Solitude Trail Experience.”
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Two Gillette College students who excelled in the statewide SkillsUSA Conference and Skills Championships, held in Casper in April, will compete on the national stage this month.
Basin Electric Power Cooperative has generously donated $10,000 to help fund the new Machine Tool program at Gillette College, and has pledged an additional $20,000 of support to assist in the program’s startup, Gillette College officials have announced.
Students at Gillette College utilized the learning centers more than 3,300 times during the 2013-14 academic year, totaling nearly 9,000 hours of aided study.
Reilly, a recent graduate of the industrial electricity program at Gillette College, finished third in the Central Rocky Mountain Region standings of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Guided by head coach Will LaDuke, both Gillette College men’s and women’s teams won the region, earning bids to the CNFR, which starts Sunday, June 15, in Casper.
Gillette College bronc ride Jade Black is the lucky recipient of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association’s 2014 Dodge Truck award, the association announced recently.
Gillette College basketball player MacKenzie Lepley and Sheridan College’s Tiana Hanson and Erika Erickson and are competitive rivals on the court.
Off it, though, is a different story entirely.
Troy Miller is an award-winning welding instructor at Gillette College. He is a well-liked innovator whose work in the classroom merited recent recognition from the American Technical Education Association as the Outstanding Technical Teacher of the Year.
The Gillette College Technical Education programs have earned national recognition while matching graduates with jobs at an eye-popping rate.
What’s more is Gillette College’s commitment to the Energy Capital’s needs.
Fostering success and pioneering new avenues for students to reach their goals have long been pillars of Gillette College.
This year, the college, with an eye focused on community development, is eager to magnify those mantras by teaming with Westwood High School to provide higher education to alternative school students.