Faces of CEWT: A Problem Solved

Sammy Rich on Feb 3, 2020 11:14:36 AM

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At Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT), we appoint instructors with insightful work experience in their respective fields. Having experienced instructors provides current industry practices that inform students more fully. Faces of CEWT highlights some of our finest instructors and staff to give you insight into the ‘sweet’ people who work here.

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New TERO Training Center, Open House for Apprenticeship Programs

On Feb. 4, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes’ Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) will be hosting an open house at 89 W. Agency Rd., Fort Hall, ID, to recognize the opening of a new TERO Training Center.

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Most Memorable Tech of the 2010's

Sammy Rich on Jan 20, 2020 9:30:00 AM

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There is a lot that could be said about the 2010’s. Above all else, though, this decade has shown the way technology has become so inter-woven in our society that it is near impossible to separate the two.

From the social media apps we frequent, to how we work or pay for food or communicate with one another, technology has made our lives far more convenient. Ten years ago, did anyone think that you could walk into a store, grab anything you want, tuck it in your bag, then leave without having to stop to pay, and do it completely ethically and legally? (Well, okay, Amazon might have, considering they did just that with Amazon Go in 2018.)

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The Spice of Life: Indian Fine Dining

Sammy Rich on Jan 13, 2020 9:43:00 AM

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Tired of cooking the same thing over and over again? Want to get some variety to your weekly meals?

Consider spicing things up a little. Variety is the spice of life, after all, and Indian food takes this philosophy to heart.
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Did You Know? Railroad Houses

Arlen Walker on Jan 6, 2020 3:30:00 PM

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As the population increased in Pocatello due to the centralization of the railroad shops, the need for housing brought about an early use of prefabricated houses in the city. By 1890, the population had increased from about 200 people in 1888 to 500 people in 1889, then to 2,330 people in 1890.

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Sugar: Not As Sweet As You'd Think

Brenna Hassing on Jan 6, 2020 9:15:00 AM

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Ah, the new year: that inevitable time of the year where your jeans are fitting tighter than usual after the abundance of rich holiday food. Whether you prefer the sweet or savory foods that fill holiday gatherings, you may just find yourself craving more after you have sworn you’ve had the last bite.

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Special Thanks for A Wonderful Video

ISU CEWT on Jan 3, 2020 2:32:37 PM

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Thanks to all of you wrote in with your great feedback on CEWT's end-of-year and holiday video. We have passed your comments and recognition to the entire team.

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CEWT presents... Night Before CEWT-mas!

Sammy Rich on Dec 23, 2019 10:45:00 AM

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Happy Holidays from CEWT!

ISU CEWT on Dec 20, 2019 10:36:40 AM

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CEWT wants to thank you and wish everyone a very Happy Holidays! We bring you Gary's Glorious Gifts.

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Entrepreneur Highlight: 80’s Nostalgia in the Modern Era

Sammy Rich on Dec 16, 2019 9:30:00 AM

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Since the rise of arcades in the 70’s, video games have become an important cornerstone of popular culture. While the modern perception of playing video games probably includes sitting in front of a large TV screen alone in your living room, 40 years ago it was a completely different experience. Before the majority of households could obtain household consoles, gaming meant going down to the local pizza parlor with friends and playing a handful of different games, or planting yourself down at a specific cabinet to get your name on the high score screen.

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