2021 Equity in the Classroom Events
WTCS Open Educational Resources (OER) Symposium: Inspiration to Action
CVTC non-traditional student goes all-in on engineering
MPTC grad promoted to Chief Technology Officer and Senior VP of Automation
2021 Equity in the Classroom
WTCS Open Educational Resources (OER) Symposium
Gateway Police Academy responds to Blake incident with new training
Mid-State rolls out Firefighter Technician program
U. S. Education Secretary, Senator Baldwin visit NWTC to highlight technical education
MATC “JobUp” program supports succession planning, equal opportunities
NTC announces free application, career exploration kits and nearly $400K in scholarships
SWTC instructor appointed Richland County Sheriff
U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cordona with WTCS President Morna Foy and Senator Tammy Baldwin
Gateway hosts instructors from across the U. S. for national training summit
WCTC receives $540k donation from Gene Haas Foundation
Blackhawk Tech prepares students to run their own farming businesses
NWTC’s nursing program sees virtual reality simulations as important tool
From customer service to patient care, Juanmanuel Rocha continues to succeed as the first college graduate in his family. A passion for service to others has taken Juanmanuel Rocha from employment at a grocery store to the healthcare field. Each step of the way, NTC has been there.
Moraine Park is helping combat the skilled worker shortage by providing skill development -or boot camps- in a variety of Manufacturing Skills Academies. Each boot camp is a unique career pathway. Check out each of the boot camps listed below and then sign up for any information sessions you want to explore.
New CVTC President Sunem Beaton-Garcia’s childhood shaped how she fosters a culture of learning.
CVTC’s new leader: From immigrant to college president
Opportunity for Justice-Involved Individuals
MATC grad named Milwaukee Tool’s Outside Apprentice of the Year
BTC students will benefit from $3.8m of COVID relief funds
Western Technical College announced it will forgive nearly $740,000 in student debt for eligible individuals using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act.