Climb Wyoming’s Teton Area program was established in 2004 and serves moms in Teton, Sublette, and Lincoln counties. The program has trained women in office, commercial driving, and healthcare careers.
Climb Wyoming is a resource and information hub for you during the COVID-19 situation, in addition to continuing to provide job training and placement services. As we look ahead and plan future programs, we are researching the workforce needs in our communities so that we can provide trainings and job placements that prepare single moms to work in professional jobs and be self-sufficient. We want to hear from you! We’d like to connect about your questions, needs, and upcoming programs, so please call us or write us.
# of Kids: 2 Previous Occupation: Part-time administrative Previous Wage: $1,275/month Current Occupation: Bus Driver, Sublette County School District #1 Current Wage: $2,570/month Christina completed Climb's Commercial Truck Driving (CDL) training.+ More
# of Kids: 3 Previous Occupation: Housekeeper Previous Wage: $364/month Current Occupation: Front Desk Receptionist, Emerg A Care Jackson Hole Current Wage: $2,946/month Gloria completed Climb's Medical Office Careers training.+ More
# of Kids: 2 Previous Occupation: Part-time cleaning and maintenance Previous Wage: $953/month Current Occupation: Fastrax Permit Service, LLC Current Wage: $3,120/month Kate completed Climb's Office Careers training.+ More
# of Kids: 1 Previous Occupation: Food Service Previous Wage: $1,102/month Current Occupation: Receptionist, Women's Health Center and Family Care Clinic Current Wage: $2,773/month Karina completed Climb's Office Careers training.+ More
Teton Area Business Liaison
Contract Mental Health Provider
On average, Climb graduates more than double their monthly income, reduce or remove their need for government assistance, and are still in jobs over two years after completing the program.
Is the average monthly income for graduates two years after the Climb program. The average before was $1,151.
of graduates were employed full-time at program end in 2019
decrease in food stamp usage by participants two years after Climb
increase in graduates on private health insurance two years after Climb