The last episode of 2021 ends on a high note, discussing topics like in-person graduation, winter break, NWTC's newest location, and much more!
Join Garrett and Brad in the booth to discuss all things career prep. Nothing is left unsaid in this episode dedicated to helping you prepare for and land your dream job!
Organizations that train and value employees are shown to be more productive and satisfying places to work. Don't let myths about corporate training stop you from upskilling your workforce.
Jennifer Flatt, Dean of NWTC Marinette, and Cindy Bailey, Campus Executive Office of UW - Green Bay, Marinette Campus, discuss their shared vision for the Marinette Area Higher Education Coalition.
Continuing the discussion started with NWTC Marinette's experience hosting the exhibit "Immigrant Journeys from South of the Border," NWTC talks with Birgit Yunke, a German student immigrant.
This week, Joshep Richter and Robert Norwood join Garrett in the studio to discuss how students can get involved in clubs and events around NWTC's campuses.
Handshake is the number one place for college students to find jobs, and we want to help you make a profile that stands out from the crowd.
New technologies, like virtual reality and 3D printing, are being integrated into NWTC's curriculum to help provide more realistic and immersive training opportunities for students.
Jill Kramer, alumnus of NWTC Marinette and UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus is making a difference in her community thanks to the education she received at both institutions.
NWTC is expanding the program offerings at its regional learning centers, bringing more opportunities for education and training in Northeast Wisconsin.