SCOPE held its graduation ceremony May 3 at the Sheridan Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Pictured are, front row from left, life skills instructor Billie Rae Charles, students Mercedes Myers, Turner Schroth and adult basic education/GED Instructor Maura Holzerland. Back row from left, students Dusty Crabtree, Vergil Waddington, Kodie Lusk, Augustus Schroth and workforce specialist Lanette Pinkerton. Not pictured are SCOPE coordinator Sarah Riehnand and workforce specialist consulting employment training team member Christina Borzenski.
SHERIDAN — Six participants in the Sheridan/Johnson County Opportunity Project for Education program graduated May 3 in a ceremony at the Sheridan Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
The SCOPE program is a community partnership between Sheridan College, the Department of Workforce Services and other local community foundations and businesses.
It offers a 13-week program designed to provide employment training to its participants while preparing them to take the General Education Development exam to earn a Wyoming High School Equivalency Credential.
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