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 Contacts and Office Hours


Veterans' Services
SC135, Student Center, Green Bay Campus
2740 W. Mason Street
Green Bay, WI  54303

Contacts and Office Hours

Jeremy Galica, Veterans Advisor
920-498-5744, 800-422-NWTC, ext. 5744
Fax: 920-491-2674
Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.


William (Bill) Trombley, School Certifying Official | Veterans Education Benefits Specialist
920-498-6292, 800-422-NWTC, ext. 6292
Fax: 920-491-2674
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

About the Staff               Jeremy Galica portrait

Jeremy Galica, Veterans Advisor 

Jeremy Galica is the Veterans Advisor. Jeremy is here to assist you with the enrollment process, and to ensure that you have access to the resources necessary to support your academic success at NWTC. In addition to answering questions about campus based services, Jeremy can also provide information on community based outreach programs that you and your dependents may have access to.
Jeremy has been enlisted in the military for over 15 years and is currently a Sergeant First Class in the US Army Reserve.
He was born and raised in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. After graduating from Oshkosh West, he enlisted into the Army, beginning his journey at Fort Benning, Georgia. It was there that he completed both Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training (AIT) as an infantryman. From there, he spent four years on active duty, concluding with the 1/327th Infantry at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. During this time, he also spent about a year overseas assigned to the 5/87th Infantry at Fort Kobbe, Panama.
One of the highlights of Jeremy’s military career was serving as a Cavalry Scout Instructor at Fort Knox, Kentucky. This allowed Jeremy to share his knowledge and mentor young soldiers, something he enjoyed very much. Some of Jeremy’s awards include two Army Achievement Medals, an Army Commendation Medal, the German Armed Forces Gold Medal Award for military skills and proficiency, and the Air Assault Badge.
While living in Kentucky, he pursued a college degree earning his Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice from Eastern Kentucky University. Further training included the Correctional Officer Certification Course, which he completed at NWTC.

 Jeremy Galica portrait

William (Bill) Trombley, School Certifying Official | Veterans Education Benefits Specialist

William Trombley is the School Certifying Official and Veteran Education Benefits Specialist at NWTC. William is here to ensure that you are guided through the process of using your State and Federal Benefits as well as answer any questions you may have regarding these benefits and to assist in resolving any benefit related issues.
After serving on worldwide deployments while on Active Duty from Jan 1986-Jan 1995 with the Army, William embarked on a career as an Apprentice in the Skilled Trades where he earned his Journeyman in the Technical Brick Mason Trade until he went back to College in August 2004.
William has earned his Bachelor Degree majoring in Human Resource Management and Business Management from Silver Lake College in Manitowoc, WI in May 2007.
For nearly 6 years prior to becoming the Certifying Official with NWTC in June 2014, William assisted Veterans in their employment search as a Disabled Veteran Outreach Program (DVOP) Representative which included Career Development, cover letter and resume creation and critique, interviewing, job advocacy and OJT Contract negotiations, partnering with other agencies and providing referrals to other agencies to gain assistance for those Veterans experiencing homelessness, transportation issues and financial difficulties. William began working full time as a permanent employee of the State of WI Office of Veterans' Services as a DVOP in March of 2009 and has assisted Veterans in seeking employment, training, beginning their own business and returning to college to further their education. As a major portion of his work with Veterans and family members, William was trained in Global Career Development Facilitation and completed an Apprenticeship as a Career Development Technician. William is a strong advocate for Veterans and their rights and entitlements.