Farm Tech Days: 52K farmers, families, neighbors takes a look at agriculture’s past, present and future
Gateway's solid training, scholarship program help student succeed and enter career quickly
Madison College celebrating a decade of Camp Hero
BTC honors community partners, Technical Education Champion
Sam Pittsenbarger said going to college had always been in his plans. He also knew he wanted to enter a career that combined his love of a hands-on environment with being a problem-solver, and he felt that becoming a vehicle technician was a good fit for him. Gateway Technical College helped Sam to do that — in more ways than one.
Western Technical College’s Business and Industry Services, in partnership with TrustPoint, is hosting a live diversity webinar series in August. The series will be hosted by Terrelle Wilson, a Western adjunct presenter and local business owner who will share his knowledge, experience and unique perspective that encourages open communication about race and diversity within our community.
What makes rural communities tick? Individuals with thoughts and insights on that question who are interested in sharing their ideas with the public are invited to submit a presentation proposal for a TEDx-style event at Nicolet College on Friday, Oct. 1. The theme is “How Rural Communities Thrive in the 21st Century.”
Growing lettuce without soil sounds like science fiction, but it’s something farmers are already doing. At the Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, you can see agriculture’s past, present and future. Part of that future: the next generation.
Lakeshore Technical College has announced that they are receiving huge interest from potential students. In fact, they have seen the number of requests for applications jump 38% of last year, and they are at a level they haven’t seen since the 2012-2013 school year.
WTCS Board, Nicolet College recognize Oneida County Health Department
WTCS Board elects officers for 2021-22
Governor Evers visits Nicolet College, makes workforce development announcement
CVTC promotes career awareness during Farm Technology Days
Promoting girl power in protective services careers; that’s been the goal of Camp Hero for the last ten years. The camp focuses on teaching young women what it’s like to work in protective service. Ten years ago, Madison Fire Capt. Jen Roman realized women were underrepresented in the EMT, fire and policing fields.
Rhinelander, WI – During a meeting hosted by Nicolet College in Rhinelander, the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Board elected new Board officers.
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