Students from Moraine Park Technical College's Graphic Communications, Interactive Media Design, Digital Marketing and IT-Web Designer/Developer programs showed their work to prospective employers at Portfolio Night.
Lakeshore Technical College is taking a new approach to training job seekers for open manufacturing positions at local businesses. The college will offer a Production Technician Boot Camp to train applicants in production manufacturing, material handling and industrial maintenance.
Human Resources professionals are critical to the success of individuals and groups and the whole organization. Education coupled with good people skills are a must for the HR field. Read more from wisconsinrapidstribune.com.
CTE teachers come to NWTC for professional development
July 1, 2015
Nine teachers took part in a professional development workshop at the Sturgeon Bay campus of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College this week. Introduction to Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technologies gave them an opportunity to learn the latest industry technology.
Business, government and education cooperate to fill skills gap
July 1, 2015
The state's technical colleges have adapted programming to help meet the needs of employers and students, offering instruction aimed at keeping pace with the changing face of industry. Read more from greenbaypressgazette.com.
Learn the 'language of business' at a tech college
June 30, 2015
Accounting involves more than number-crunching. While new technologies have changed the field, demand remains strong for professionals who are good with numbers and good with people. Find out more about this career from sheboyganpress.com.
Moraine Park Technical College is training workers in CNC machining, welding and production assembly through its Manufacturing Skills Academy. Students in the "boot camp" programs complete a 72-hour paid internship with coursework at the college.
High placement rate for Wisconsin tech college grads
June 25, 2015
The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Graduate Outcomes Report shows a 92 percent placement rate for 2014 graduates. The report is based on responses from 17,000 individuals who graduated from one of the state's 16 technical colleges.
Students explored careers like science and technology, law enforcement, electrical power distribution, architectural structural design, auto body repair, cosmetology and more at Chippewa Valley Technical College's summer camps this week.