POWELL, Wyo. - Cody area residents are invited to start their day off with a free breakfast and some food for thought in the new Breakfast/Networking Program series beginning Thursday, Jan. 24, at the Northwest College Cody Center for Training and Development.
The first program in the five–part series looks at the challenges and successes of the Cody school system, as well as the status of the strategic planning conducted in October 2012. The discussion will be led by Bryan Monteith, superintendent of Park County School District No. Six, and Dossie Overfield, chair of the district’s board of directors.
The one-hour program starts at 7:30 a.m. at the NWC Cody Center in the Park County Complex. Time is allotted for breakfasting and networking.
Breakfast is provided by QM Appraisal and the NWC Cody Center for Training and Development (CTD).
The program is free, but registration is required to ensure enough food. To register, or for more information, call 307-587-3506 or email the Cody CTD.
The five-part Breakfast/Networking series was developed in response to a CTD survey taken last fall. Future programs, offered on the third or fourth Thursday of the month, will look at guerilla marketing, tourism, growing a company’s personality and more.
Details about upcoming programs are available online.