Everyone here at CEWT wishes you and your family Happy Holidays!
Did you know that residents of Idaho 50 and older can participate in lifelong learning programs, such as the New Knowledge Adventure (NKA) branches in Treasure Valley and Pocatello and the Friends for Learning (FFL) organization in Idaho Falls?
Did you know that there are currently over two million podcasts? Not only that, but roughly a quarter of Americans listen to at least one podcast a week?
This summer, are you interested in taking up a new hobby? Or learning something new? What about finding your new career path?
In Continuing Education and Workforce Training’s upcoming 2021 Summer semester, we are offering all of the above-- and more!
If you are the owner of a small business, you are probably aware that your deadline for filing taxes is just around the corner. Hopefully you’ve filed by now, but if not, C Corporations have until April 15th if your fiscal year matches the calendar year, and sole proprietorships, partnerships, and single-owner LLCs have until May 17th to file.
Have you ever wondered why one day a year, an oversized rabbit comes around and hides brightly-colored eggs everywhere?
One of CEWT’s most popular articles is almost six years old now, and it still receives thousands of hits this long afterwards!
The article lays out some of the reasons why you should consider getting a gaming laptop for your work-- even if you aren’t a gamer.
Portneuf Medical Center and Portneuf Air Rescue have partnered with Idaho State University’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT) to sponsor their 3rd Emergency Medicine Conference.
Participants of 2019’s Construction Combine in Pocatello.
Photo credit: ISU CEWT
POCATELLO -- Idaho State University’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training is partnering up with local contractors and sponsors in this year’s Construction Combine.