Wyoming School Finance Video
During the 2020 Virtual Wyoming Business Forum, one of the panel discussions focused on Wyoming School Finance. Our panel of experts discussed the Campbell cases and the mechanics of K-12 school finance and the impacts to the State’s budget.
Watch the video at https://youtu.be/5bzp05oDOzs
WBA MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
WBA member, the True companies have been family owned and operated since 1948, and now have over 1000 employees in Wyoming, Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, Utah, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arizona. The True companies consist of several companies operating in the oil & gas, transportation and agriculture industries. Learn more at www.truecos.com
This brochure was developed in partnership with the Wyoming EXCELS committee within the Wyoming Business Alliance and the Wyoming Community College Commission. The Wyoming Works provides programs and resources for adult students to learn a skill and secure employment. The program makes available individual grants for students enrolling in approved programs at a Wyoming community college.
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
We value our membership.
We're proud to welcome these new members to the Alliance.
Farm Bureau Financial Services
Jackson Hole Airport Board
Marsh and Ellis Ranch, LLC
Oftedal Construction, Inc.
Parents of Wyoming Readers
The Nature Conservancy
Wyoming Health Care Association
WHY JOIN THE ALLIANCE?
As a member of the Wyoming Business Alliance, you’ll be a part of Wyoming’s only statewide association representing the interests of individuals and businesses of all sizes. The Wyoming Business Alliance represents the business point of view. We believe a strong, prosperous, diversified and sustained economy benefits both businesses and the citizens of Wyoming. We advocate involvement, improvement, and stewardship of Wyoming’s vital assets.