Case Study of an Employment and Training Program Serving Single Mothers with Low Income: Climb Wyoming

This case study illustrates the operations and practices of Climb Wyoming (Climb), a nonprofit organization working to help low-income, single mothers achieve self-sufficiency at six locations in Wyoming. The case study highlights where Climb operates; who Climb serves; what services Climb provides; how Climb is organized, staffed, and funded; how Climb uses data to monitor program outcomes; and promising practices, remaining challenges, and future plans.

Record Type: 
Profile / Case Study
Publication Date: 
September, 2021
September 2021
Partner Resources
  • Employment
  • Education and Training
  • Special Populations
    • Single Parent Families
  • TANF Program Administration