Bridget Stewart

Hello Everyone!
My name is Bridget Stewart and I am the Executive Director for Oyster Ridge Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), which is also known as the Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC) Kemmerer Outreach. Our focus is to work with students in the high schools and the college and help them achieve their goals. The BOCES is dedicated to providing the community with services and opportunities for continuing education and enrichment in the following areas: vocational, technical and professional education, broadly based education in the Arts, Sciences and Humanities for degree seeking and non-degree seeking students, personal growth, recreation and leisure, along with mental and physical fitness. We love helping students and the community! In December 2006, I graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor’s of Science in Marketing and a Minor in Human Resource Management. In March 2015, I graduated from Walden University with a Masters in Higher Education. I have lived in southwest Wyoming for the majority of my life and now I live in Kemmerer with my husband and our kids. We love to be outside and we have so much fun on my family’s ranch. When we are not helping out on the ranch we travel a lot to go see family and friends. We love to go to basketball and football games and support the Kemmerer Rangers and the University of Wyoming! GO POKES!












Julie Robinson



I was raised as a South Dakota native and have resided in Kemmerer for over 20 years. I have received my Associates Degree from Western Wyoming Community College, am the mother of four boys, and wife to a local dentist. We love being in Kemmerer and are very active in the community. I love working with the community in pursuing their education and it makes me proud of each of their accomplishments as they make it one step closer to their goal. I would be happy to help anyone on their way to their educational voyage.







Hello, my name is Denise Sargent. I am the Technology Center Facilitator in the Kemmerer Junior Senior High School. I monitor students who are taking concurrent college classes through Western Wyoming Community College BOCES Outreach. It is very fun and rewarding to help students who are taking classes while in high school to start their higher educational academic life. My family and I have lived in the Kemmerer area since 1999. We lived here in the 1980’s and chose to come back to this community. I have been involved in several great volunteering opportunities since we moved back. I was able to go into the elementary school and help with 1st, 2nd, and 4th grade reading groups for seven years which was a great experience for me. I have also volunteered my time tying balloons as a clown for the Fossil Fest Family fun night since moving here in 1999. My Husband and I and my two children have volunteered many hours in the past 15 years for the Oyster Ridge Music Festival. My husband and I enjoy going to Moab Utah to rock climb in our Jeep that we modified together. I have two grown children, a boy and a girl, who enjoy joining us in Moab when their schedules allow. We also enjoy going Las Vegas to watch NASCAR races.





Julia Carollo


I'm Julia Carollo and I am the Evening Facilitator at the Kemmerer Junior/Senior High School Technology Center. The Technology Center is open after school hours from 3:15 to 7:00 pm M – Th to students from 5th grade to 12th grade and all WWCC and UW students. The public is also welcome to use the Technology Center during these hours for a fee of $2.00 per visit or $25 per year. We have all the Microsoft Office Suite programs and internet access available for use. WWCC offers many classes online and the Technology Center is the perfect place to concentrate on completing the classwork. I enjoy working at the Technology Center part-time in the evenings since I am a full-time rancher up the Hams Fork Valley during the rest of my time. Come visit the Technology Center and I will be glad to assist you with any computer questions you might have!