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Forest County Potawatomi Foundation creates scholarship program for Wisconsin residents

A new scholarship program created by the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation will award a total of $475,000 in scholarships to students enrolled in a high school vocational or technical program, an in-state technical college or an accredited Wisconsin university or four-year college.

Read more: Potawatomi Foundation creates new scholarship program

CVTC business and tech programs accredited

The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) recently announced full accreditation for nine business and technology associate degree programs at Chippewa Valley Technical College.

Read more: CVTC Business, Tech Programs Earn Accreditation

Western President named La Crosse Tribune Person of the Year

Western Technical College President Lee Rasch has been named the La Crosse Tribune Person of the Year for 2016. Rasch has spent nearly three decades leading efforts to strengthen the college, its reputation and the downtown where the main campus is located, including a recently completed $80 million project to modernize the college’s facilities and programming.

Read more: Western president named Tribune Person of the Year

MSTC receives grant to boost machine tool technician program

The Haas Factory Outlet presented Mid-State Technical College with a $15,000 grant, directed to post-secondary programs that teach computer numerical controlled machine technology. The money will be used to fund special student activities designed to enhance the hands-on training in the college’s machine tool technician program.

Read more: Mid-State students to benefit from $15,000 grant

BTC hopes to offer three new associate degrees and a technical diploma in 2017

In fall 2017, BTC hopes to offer three new associate degrees and a new technical diploma. The three applied science associates degrees under consideration are human services, supply-chain management and foundations of teacher education. The technical diploma will be in commercial truck driving. 

Read more: Blackhawk considers market, develops new courses

GTC approves funding for nursing school renovation

Gateway Technical College has approved a $1.4 million nursing school renovation that will create a unit with human patient simulators, debriefing rooms and a skills practice and training facility, and the project now awaits approval from the Wisconsin Technical College System board in January. 

Read more: $1.4M nursing school renovation coming to Gateway

Nicolet, UW-Stout sign culinary transfer agreement

Culinary Arts graduates from Nicolet College can now complete a bachelor's degree without leaving the Northwoods thanks to a new credit transfer agreement between the college and UW-Stout. 

Read more: Nicolet partnership with UW-Stout opens door to bachelor's degrees for Nicolet Culinary Arts grads

MSTC, UW-Stout sign new transfer agreement

A new agreement between Mid-State Technical College and University of Wisconsin-Stout allows students completing the corrections and community advocacy associate degree at Mid-State to transfer directly to the bachelor of science in the criminal justice and rehabilitation program at UW-Stout.

Read more: Mid-State adds new transfer agreement

MPTC looks to expand, start a gas utility technician program

Moraine Park Technical College in Beaver Dam is asking to purchase about two acres of land alongside Highway 151. The college is currently running a capital campaign to raise $800,000 for a gas utility technician program. 

Read more: Moraine Park wants to buy land, expand in Beaver Dam

MSTC has two new transfer agreements in place with the UW-Stout

Mid-State Technical College has two new transfer agreements in place with the University of Wisconsin-Stout. The agreements allow for Mid-State students completing an associate degree in Gerontology or Health & Wellness programs to transfer directly to the bachelor of science in Development & Family Studies program at UW-Stout.

Read more: Mid-State offering new transfer agreements