A total of 24 students, employees, and community members enjoyed a fun afternoon of friendly competition.
Kailie Leggett has always jumped at the chance to gain life experiences. Although she is just 30 years old, she has already learned a lot about the world first-hand. She has traveled internationally, moved around the country, and explored different interests. Along the way Leggett’s journey led her to College of Western Idaho (CWI), and it was there she discovered her passion.
The CWI Student Nurses Association is rallying to support the local homeless population by hosting a sock donation drive throughout March.
Interested in saving the world? Want to help raise awareness on our campus and in our local community about sustainable living? Interested in learning more about sustainability yourself? Then this club is for you! Sustainability Club is a relatively new club at College of Western Idaho (CWI).
BY JEREMIAH NABARRETE-STUART
CWI Student Nurses Association President (2015-16)
Welcome to the 2015-2016 Student Nurses Association of College of Western Idaho (CWI)! This will hopefully be the first in a series of posts about our medical service learning trip and the college’s first ever international experience for CWI students. Our team of students consists of twelve students, one registered nurse, and two doctors, as we prepare to jet off to El Salvador in mid-May.
College of Western Idaho (CWI) hosted a Trunk or Treat event on Thursday, Oct. 29, which brought over 1,000 CWI students, employees, and community members to the Nampa Campus Academic Building. The turnout was a tremendous success, with attendance growing from 250 attendees at last year’s student Halloween event. Trunk or Treat was led by CWI’s United Registered Organizations and Clubs and saw 17 student clubs partner with five campus departments to host 20 trunks and 12 activity booths inside. Prizes were given for the three best costumes and best decorated trunk.
Members of the College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) Nursing program helped shed light on an impactful initiative this week, volunteering at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk. The event, which serves as a fundraiser to help find a cure for blood cancer, took place at Ann Morrison Park in Boise on Thursday (Oct. 1). Over 20 students, faculty, and staff helped with the first aid station, as well as directing supporters and participants on the walk.
For Jessica Thomas the College of Western Idaho truly is the college of what if. The horticulture technology program student, who is steadily working to complete her associate degree, says she never pictured herself going back to school. She dropped out in the tenth grade and never intended to return. Then one day she began to question… what if?
The Meridian Dairy Days opened at the Speedway with CWI Night and the Horticulture Street Team was part of the action!
With temperatures rising, the carnival all set and Dairy Days ready to begin, the event kicked off with kid’s bike races followed by the evening's racing. Jacqueline and Patty, Street Team for the night, made sure that everyone at the raceway was sporting their CWI sunglasses as they looked cool in the heat of the night!
The College of Western Idaho (CWI) Biology Club, American Kestrel Partnership, and MK Nature Center would like to invite you to participate in an educational and conservation-oriented event on Friday (Feb. 13) from 2-6 p.m. in room 325 of the Nampa Campus Academic Building.