Sarah Fischer, welding instructor at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, says Women's History Month is a time to reflect. "There were a lot of women welders in World War II," she said. "The fact that not too many people even know about that, I think this month, it always seems we reflect and look in the past to see where we can get to in the future.”
One of the areas hit hard by the pandemic was education.
Mid-State students earn top awards at Business Professionals of America state conference, instructor named advisor of the year
Mid-State Technical College students have again earned top awards in the Workplace Skills Assessment Program (WSAP) Competitive Events at the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Wisconsin State Leadership Conference held in Wausau, Feb. 25–26. Mid-State Business Technology Instructor and BPA chapter advisor Sharon Behrens was also named statewide advisor of the year at the event.
Lakeshore Technical College in Manitowoc County will continue to hold in-person classes this fall. The college is also launching four new degree programs.
When the pandemic hit early last year and Nicolet College moved all classes to the virtual world, fire training instructor Mike Carlin had more than two dozen students just weeks away from finishing their in-person classes and becoming certified fire fighters.
Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Healthcare Pathway program allows students to gain experience working in hospitals, clinics, rehab centers and more.
Gateway’s 2015 WTCS Ambassador, current trustee, discusses importance of STEM scholarships
The law enforcement field has long been perceived as a male dominated industry.
Students at Western Technical College are working to help people during the pandemic. Starting Monday, March 8, Computer Support Specialist students will offer a virtual technology support help desk for the community.
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