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Power Up Campaign

Power Up: Planning for the Future of Energy

Join NWTC in preparing for the future of energy – in Wisconsin, the region, and the nation. 

NWTC is powering up its efforts in traditional energy distribution, generation, and conservation, and in cutting-edge, renewable energy and sustainability technologies.

Expanding for the Future

• To meet the continuing need for a cleaner energy mix to comply with new regulations and policy changes, NWTC energy programs must expand.
• Within the next five to seven years, over half of the energy workforce will be eligible to retire.
• To train the future energy workforce with hands-on experience in state-of-the-art technology, NWTC’s infrastructure must grow.

Powering Up

The NWTC Great Lakes Energy Education (GLEE) Center™, a new $8 million, 32,000 square-foot facility, will increase capacity through multi-discipline training and education to create a pipeline of skilled utilities and energy workers.
With your generous support, the GLEE Center™ will be more than just another building; it will be a living energy laboratory.

Learn more - Download the Brochure (PDF)

Major Gift Recognition Through Facility Naming Opportunities

Facility naming recognition and multi-year pledges offered. Please contact the Foundation Office for more information.

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NWTC Educational Foundation

For more information on giving opportunities, please contact:

Crystal Harrison
Foundation Director
(920) 498-5541
Amy Kox, Ed. D
Associate Dean, Trades and Engineering Technology
(920) 468-6908