Young people in Wyoming have an opportunity to learn about a variety of career opportunities during a virtual career night hosted by University of Wyoming Extension and Wyoming 4-H Tuesday, March 22.
“Exploring Your Future and Growing a Career: Virtual Career Night” will begin at 6 pm with a welcome and introduction, followed by a brief presentation by Tris Musick, a country music artist from Sher
Albany County 4-H is refreshing the traditional agriculture-based 4-H program through a partnership with the University of Wyoming’s makerspace studio.
The two groups have teamed up to create an after-school program for 8- to 14-year-olds, in which students will be able to take part in activities through the Coe Student Innovation Center (SIC) makerspace.
The University of Wyoming has recently received a $1.8 million gift from Ann Ramsay in honor of her late mother, Elizabeth McCabe, that will support 4-H and UW Extension employees located in Teton County.
Support for UW Extension employees located in Teton County is critical for the mission of the program...