The Governor’s ENDOW Executive Council spent the better part of three days in Sheridan and Johnson Counties last week.
Clearly, their focus was on workforce development and the need to diversify the state’s economy.
Much of what was discussed during the two days of meetings in Sheridan last week centered on prioritizing Wyoming’s youth and their ability to find a solid place in the global market.
Perhaps the council found one of the answers to that very concern on Wednesday when they heard Interapt’s CEO Ankur Gopal speak of his company’s effort to bring software coding training to Buffalo…
According to Gopal’s presentation, his company is investing ¾ of a million dollars into the project, approximately 30 percent of the funds needed to make the opportunity a reality.
Gopal will be presenting to Governor Mead and the ENDOW Council later this week in Jackson.