The 'Child Care Access Means Parents in School' four-year grant was renewed for Western Technical College, awarding the campus about $268,000, making it easier for local parents to further their own education. The money helps pay for full-time child care for Western students so they can complete their programs.
NWTC’s Small Business Initiative is a program to help small business owners expand their business beyond the “first stage” or microenterprise or level. Participants can discover the skills and talents needed for business success, identify potential gaps that might be stifling growth, and develop a plan for achieving their growth goals.
Nicolet College has launched a newly-structured and highly-flexible welding program that allows students to progress through the entire curriculum at their own pace. Instead of traditional classes, the welding program consists of instructional modules that focus on specific skills in each unit.
Madison College, MSD partner to offer early college STEM academy
December 11, 2017
Starting next fall, Madison high school students will be able to attend Madison College full time, earning high school and college credit at no cost as part of a new early college STEM academy. The pilot programs is the result of a new partnership between the Madison School District and Madison College.
Gov. Walker promotes new Broadband Academy at WITC
November 28, 2017
Governor Scott Walker was at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College to highlight the college’s new Broadband Academy and the 2017-19 budget’s workforce development initiatives and historic investment in broadband expansion. WITC’s Broadband Academy teaches the fundamentals of broadband services and how broadband networks operate with different technologies.
Madison College, UW-Baraboo partner to offer free English as a Second Language courses
November 20, 2017
Madison College and UW-Baraboo/Sauk County have partnered to offer free English as a Second Language courses at the Baraboo campus. The classes are taught by Madison College instructors, focusing on career-building language skills at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
Credit agreement between WTCS, Viterbo helps nursing students advance
November 20, 2017
A new credit agreement between WTCS and Viterbo will help make it easier for nursing students to get a four-year degree. Registered nurses with a two-year degree from a technical college in the state can now fully apply those credits toward a bachelor's degree from Viterbo University.
WCTC receives $2.6 million donation to expand Integrated Manufacturing Center, buy new training equipment
November 15, 2017
Waukesha County Technical College received $2.6 million from former Signicast Corp. president and owner Walter (Terry) Lutz. His donation will allow the college to enhance and expand the Integrated Manufacturing center and purchase new training equipment.
Madison College, DOC partnership could help fill in-demand jobs
November 13, 2017
A new partnership between Madison College and the state Department of Corrections is helping to fill in-demand jobs. The technical college will be lending nearly 20 welding machines to the Stanley Correctional Institution in Chippewa County, which will then provide vocational training opportunities for inmates.