A CWI student becomes the first to invest in a fellow student through the CWI Foundation, creating a scholarship to inspire others.
For as long as Jayme Thomas can remember, she knew she wanted to work in medicine. Through CWI, her dream has finally come true.
When Amy Shore graduated from high school, she chose the route many others do. She joined the U.S. Army with future plans to go to college. She ended up meeting her husband at her first duty station in Upstate New York and motherhood soon followed. A few years in to her job as a military...
Katie Kelly is leaps and bounds ahead of her peers thanks to CWI’s Dual Credit program.
For CWI alum Steve Silva, a chance encounter turned into a golden opportunity when he decided to get involved with SkillsUSA.
Shawn Gayner, who graduated from CWI in May, is one of 30 students in the nation selected to attend Dartmouth College as a Veterans Posse Scholar.
When Libna Luevanos graduated from Boise High School in 2014 she wasn’t sure what would happen next. Her parents wanted her to work. She wanted to learn. Always fascinated with science and the human body, she was exposed to forensics in high school and thought criminal justice may be a...
CWI student Andrew Barrios admits he was once heading down the wrong path. Now he is a self-driven individual and has turned his life around.
Liz Driml's goal of obtaining a GED quickly turned into the goal of earning a two-year degree at CWI.
Alicia Anderson, a Liberal Arts major, has been awarded the “LTH Don’t Give Up” Scholarship.