New Ways to Soar Higher
As companies expand networks across the country, skilled people are needed to design, install, operate, and maintain telecom systems. Learn about program options.
Get the education needed to qualify for experience-based technical and vocational education pathway with the WI Dept. of Public Instruction.
As businesses collect more data, there's increased need to interpret, analyze, and present that data to key stakeholders. Learn to do so using best practices and relevant technologies.
Start your path to high-demand careers in community advocacy, corrections, probation and parole, criminal justice, private investigation, and emergency dispatch.
Prepare for work with addiction issues in settings such as substance abuse counseling, corrections, employee and student assistance, and social services.
This one-year program provides students with basic entry-level skills to work as a maintenance technician in a diesel heavy equipment or truck repair facility.
This certificate prepares aspiring and experienced designers with the latest skills in additive manufacturing: sketching, modeling, prototyping, 3D printing, and more.