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By Erin Eagan
Graduation season is upon us at Wisconsin’s technical colleges, so it’s the perfect time to recognize the talent and potential of technical college students and solve your employment needs. Each year, graduates from over 500 industry-driven programs in high-demand sectors enter the labor force...
We’ve all seen the lists of “Top Colleges for Science Majors,” “Best Party Schools,” “Best Value Schools,” or “Top Public Universities.” Are these really helpful when choosing an institution for higher education? What are the best criteria to use when making the choice? This week US News and World...
The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Board approved a 4.5 percent tuition increase for vocational adult education and a 5.5 percent increase for collegiate transfer courses beginning with the 2012 summer session. Resident vocational adult students will pay $5.05 more per credit and...
It's been more than a decade since I first graduated from a Wisconsin Technical College . I attended full-time for two years while working two jobs and one unpaid internship. What I got out of attending a technical college was much more than just a piece of paper saying I attended.
The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) is celebrating its 100th anniversary. As a system, however, we’re actually celebrating the fact that the technical colleges have been making futures for 100 years. Within the tradition of Wisconsin’s Technical Colleges, much has changed, but our principles have remained the same. Our commitment to our industry and community partners keeps our colleges as vibrant and relevant as ever. These relationships help Wisconsin continue to compete with top states in manufacturing, agriculture, energy and the availability of skilled workers.
In a recent blog post Fox Valley Technical College president Dr. Susan May talks about bringing 'celebration season' to a close. Among the many celebratory events that took place at her college and the other 15 technical colleges in the state was the High School Completion event. In it, FVTC...
Every spring, the sixteen technical colleges select one of their respective students to become an ambassador and represent the college and perhaps the System. The colleges respectively nominate one student to represent them, and the System recognizes all 16 of them with their nominators and families in a formal event. Selection is based on a number of criteria, including the students' academic performance and activity at the college. The role of the ambassador can vary from one college to the next, but generally, they be asked to speak as a representative of the college and/or of the state. They may help give campus tours, speak to the board of trustees, media, etc.
Policies lagging to help maximize employment and fill skills gap Wisconsin unemployment figures peaked in 2009-2010, however technical college graduates continue to find employment in their fields and in relatively short time.
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