Do you have the courage, heart, and brains to prove there’s no place like Cheyenne? Members of your business community will gather on June 23 to celebrate our servant leaders that make the region a great place to live, work, and do business.
WY We Care
Your Cheyenne Chamber’s education and talent development initiatives are more than organizational knowledge and capacity. It is also about empowering our people young and old to expand their minds and intellectual capacity. How do we do this? Maybe it's our intern extern project, Venture, or maybe it's working with education at all levels through our North Star initiative. Ultimately our education and talent development approach is about people. Our goal is to maximize the potential of our people from the youngest citizen to our seniors. Maximizing people builds our community and creates a resilient future that can handle any challenge.
Our business community exemplifies the courage, heart, and brains required to set Cheyenne apart. Together with your Cheyenne Chamber, we work everyday to prove there’s no place like Cheyenne.
Doing the Big Work
Building Wyoming’s Future takes the right people willing to put in the work on behalf of Cheyenne. The Cheyenne business community strives to build a great future for our community and our region. Join us as we celebrate these organizations that embrace a servant leadership approach to their work, and better our entire community because of their efforts.
The Student of the Year Award is for a Student who exemplifies hard work and forward-thinking; they have accomplished personal growth and positively impacted the Cheyenne community. Finalists must attend LSCD1 or LSCD2 and be enrolled in High School. Nominated for this year’s Student of the Year Award:
Caleb Ammons at Central HS: Caleb is a polite and engaged student who has overcome more than most other children. He maintains a positive attitude both in the classroom and on the sports field, and volunteers his time to the Cheyenne community as a way of giving back to the future of Laramie County.
Zoey Brown at East HS: Zoey is an exemplary student and is currently the President of the East High School National Honor Society. She is also the Team Captain for Team Wyoming and plays for the Capitals. She has participated in Cheyenne Little Theatre in the past. Last summer she worked with graduate students from the University of Wyoming to provide STEM camps for young women in Sheridan and Laramie. She plans to attend UW and major in engineering. Zoey loves Wyoming and plans to stay after she graduates from The University of Wyoming where she hopes to play hockey on their new team.
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