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Employee Networks (E-Nets), also known as Employee Resource Groups, and Employee Affinity Groups, are voluntary employee-led groups whose memberships are typically based on specific demographic groups. They are dedicated to a diverse and inclusive environment that align with the mission, values, and goals of an organization (Welbourne, Rolf, & Schlachter, 2015, 2017).

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Community Members

  • Allyship

    Green Dot

    At UW we are committed to reducing and preventing power-based personal violence such as sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. Green Dot is a bystander intervention program to reduce these forms of violence with one thought; If everyone does one thing, no one will have to do everything.

    A Green Dot is your choice at any moment to make campus safer by promoting safety for everyone and letting others know that you will not tolerate violence. A Green Dot is any behavior, choice, word or attitude that sends a clear message that:

    1. Violence is not okay with you, and
    2. Everyone is expected to do their part.
  • Wyoming Food Bank


    Food Bank of Wyoming provides food and necessities to people in need through signature programs and by teaming up with over 160 Hunger Relief Partners to serve communities across the state. We believe that for a community to thrive, every member must have the resources they need to flourish, and we strive to provide equitable access to proper nourishment for all.

  • GLSEN


    GLSEN believes that every student has the right to a safe, supportive, and LGBTQ-inclusive K-12 education. We are a national network of educators, students, and local GLSEN Chapters working to make this right a reality. Our research and experience has shown that there are four major ways that schools can cultivate a safe and supportive environment for all of their students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

  • Wyoming GSA Network


    The Wyoming Gay-Straight Alliance Network seeks to create new GSAs, support existing ones, and works to educate, empower, and organize student leaders across the Equality State. Wyoming Equality launched The GSA Network as part of a comprehensive plan to empower LGBTQ and allied students to foster safer and more inclusive environments in their schools. To support these student efforts, the Wyoming GSA Network will develop resources for Gay-Straight Alliances to educate their schools and communities. 

  • Laramie Jewish Community Center


    We are a multipurpose independent non-profit organization serving the Jewish community and general public of southeastern Wyoming. The Laramie Jewish Community Center (LJCC) has provided a variety of services including cultural programs, religious service and social activities for over 30 years. The LJCC is affiliated with the Reform Movement of Judaism, the Union of Reform Judaism (formerly UAHC - the Union of American Hebrew Congregations) with headquarters in New York.

  • Wyoming Women’s Business Center


    Wyoming Women’s Business Center, open to all genders, based in Laramie. Offers mentorship, networking, savings program, and small business loans.

  • WYOAIDS Assistance


    We provide financial assistance to men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS in Wyoming and you can help by donating, volunteering, and sharing!

  • SAFE Project


    Our mission is to advocate for and empower survivors of stalking, intimate partner, family and sexual violence. Our education and awareness efforts are focused on prevention and advocacy.


Local Resources

  • Equality State Policy Center


    • Mission: The Equality State Policy Center’s mission is to improve the lives of all Wyoming’s people through transparent government, fair elections, and thriving communities.

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  • Laramie Main Street


    Farmer's Market, Art walk, street dances in downtown Laramie.

    Visit Laramie (has information on events, happenings, and local restaurants)

    Laramie Parks and Recreation Programs and Activities

    Youth Program Guide
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters


    Provides children an additional opportunity for adult friendships with a positive role model with the goal of increasing self-esteem, improving peer relationships and strengthening communication skills. Also offers a Parent Support Group and opportunities for volunteers.

     

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars


    The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is a nonprofit veterans service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard and reserve forces.


Health and Family

  • Ark Regional Services


    At Ark Regional Services in Laramie, Wyoming, we facilitate opportunities for people with acquired brain injuries and developmental/intellectual disabilities to live, learn, work, and play in an integrated and enriched community environment. We appreciate and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual – who they are, how they want to live their lives, and what they want to become. Because people have individual needs and levels of ability, there cannot be a “one size fits all” approach to supporting them. We provide people with the support they need and facilitate opportunities for them to be involved in the things that are important to them. As part of the philosophy we live every day, we always stay focused on the person and ensure dignity, respect, and choice.

  • CLIMB Wyoming


    Offered to SINGLE MOTHERS, 16-21 years old, income eligible and Laramie are residents. You can become job ready, get paid work experience, earn a GED if needed refresh basic skills and meet new friends.

  • Laramie Downtown Clinic


    For two decades, the Downtown Clinic has provided primary and specialty healthcare services to residents and homeless individuals of Albany County, Wyoming. With two full-time employees, four part-time staff members, and over 80 community volunteers, the Downtown Clinic provides free healthcare to over 500 individuals (with no health insurance and at <175% of the Federal Poverty Level) annually and receives nearly 75% of its funding from local sources.

  • Laramie Reproductive Health


    Laramie reproductive health clinic provides comprehensive affordable quality reproductive and sexual healthcare, education, and counseling to anyone seeking services in a supportive nonjudgmental professional environment.

  • KnowWYO


    3 Laramie clinics (at Albany County Public Health, Reproductive Health, and the UW Student Health Service), offering free STD testing, free condoms, HIV testing.

  • UW Speech, Hearing & Telepractice Clinic


    The Clinic is open to the public. A sliding fee scale is available for speech services based on financial need and UW student status. The Clinic is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hearing services are available year-round. Speech services follow the University's academic calendar. The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic is located on the campus of the University of Wyoming, in Room 160 of the Health Sciences Center.

  • Wyoming Quality Counts


    WY Quality Counts helps Wyoming parents and child care providers identify and create quality learning experiences today, which helps ensure a bright, innovative and viable workforce for the future.

  • UWYO Cares


    Any concerned individual can refer a student who may be experiencing academic, personal or emotional challenges or who may be demonstrating concerning, distressed, or disruptive behavior to the UWYO CARES Team by submitting a referral form. Submitting a referral simply means you have a concern about a student's well-being. Receipt of this form initiates the outreach process (typically by a Student Welfare Coordinator).

  • WYOAIDS Assistance


    We provide financial assistance to men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS in Wyoming and you can help by donating, volunteering, and sharing!


Churches

  • Bethel Baptist Church


    1402 E Harney St, Laramie, WY 

    (307) 745-4717

  • Grand Avenue Baptist Church


    703 E Grand Ave, Laramie, WY

    (307) 742-0242

  • Cornerstone Baptist Church


    590 N Pierce St, Laramie, WY 

    (307) 742-4696

  • Cornerstone Baptist Church


    1301 S 5th St, Laramie, WY

    (307) 742-4696

  • Trinity Baptist Church


    1270 N 9th St, Laramie, WY

    (307) 745-5162

  • Trinity Lutheran Church


    107 S 7th St, Laramie, WY

    (307) 745-4222

  • First Baptist Church


    1517 E Canby St, Laramie, WY

    (307) 745-4106

  • Grace Baptist Church


    1603 E Garfield St, Laramie, WY

    (307) 745-9007

  • Laramie Reformed Presbyterian


    1416 Boswell Dr, Laramie, WY

    (307) 399-8710

  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laramie


  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Hayford Ave


    3311 Hayford Ave, Laramie, WY

    (307) 755-5568

  • Church of Later-Day Saints on E Grand Ave


    1219 E Grand Ave, Laramie, WY

    (307) 745-5496

  • Islamic Center of Laramie


    612 E Garfield St Laramie, Wyoming

  • Grace Chapel of West Laramie


    324 S Taylor St

    (307) 745-5801

  • St Lawrence O'Toole


    617 S 4th St

    (307) 745-3115

  • St Mark's Episcopal Church


    1908 Central Ave

    (307) 634-7709

  • Laramie Jewish Community Center


  • Laramie Nazarene Church


    402 Corthell Rd, Laramie, WY

    (307) 699-6285

 

 

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