Dear Casper College Champions,
As we reflect on the transformative power of education, we want to express our deepest gratitude to each and every one of you. This year, our annual appeal carries a special message – “Because of You.”
Because of you, we are helping Thunderbird dreams take flight as we help shape futures at Casper College. Your unwavering support has transformed lives and opened doors to countless possibilities for our students.
Because of you, students are not just attending classes but embracing a journey of growth, knowledge, and empowerment. Your generosity fuels scholarships that make education accessible to inquiring minds, turning aspirations into achievements.
Because of your commitment and generosity, we’re fostering innovations, creating opportunities, and building a stronger community. Your belief in the power of education is a beacon of hope for those who dare to dream, empowering them to reach new heights.
As we reflect on the impact of your support, we invite you to continue this transformative journey with us. Together, let’s build a future where education knows no boundaries and everyone can unlock their full potential.
Because of you, a brighter tomorrow is within reach for all. Thank you for being the driving force behind the success stories unfolding at Casper College.
Denise M. Bressler
Impact by the Numbers
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Announcement for our 2024 Distinguished Alumni and Commitment to Excellence winners is coming soon!
Anna Kinder: 2023
In 2020, everyday life changed with COVID-19. Darren Divine, Ph.D., president of Casper College, wanted the college open to students for the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters. He relied on many people to help him accomplish that goal. Anna Kinder was one of those.
Kinder (AS,’ 87), Casper-Natrona County Health Department director, has been selected to receive the Casper College Alumni Association’s 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award. Read More
Commitment to Excellence
Janet de Vries: 2023
Born and raised in Ohio, Janet de Vries (1995-2016) first discovered Wyoming on a Girl Scout camping trip in 1972. “That’s when I fell in love with Wyoming and decided I would move here when I grew up,” she said.
De Vries earned her bachelor’s in geology from the University of Akron, Ohio. She then went to Utah State University for her master’s in geology.
“Coincidentally, my bachelor’s geology field camp was based at Casper College. When that course finished, I stayed, worked in the oil field for one year, earned my master’s in geology at Utah State University, and returned to Casper for my first professional job,” de Vries recalled. Read More