The Engineering Technologies Atrium and College of Business main entrance – both reimagined and redesigned to prepare students to become innovative leaders of tomorrow’s workforce – were unveiled in a
The RISE Leadership program allows students to earn a non-credited certificate that demonstrates their commitment to engaging and leading diverse teams.
Michael Sykes started his NWTC journey while serving a 14-year prison sentence. While incarcerated, Sykes was encouraged by a friend working in horticulture to pursue his education.
Last December, Bay Port senior Alexis Dietrich became the first high school student to complete NWTC’s Baking and Pastry Certificate.
Rosa Faustino has been selected as NWTC’s 2022 state ambassador. As part of this honor, Faustino will participate in the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) District Ambassador program.
Like many industries, healthcare continues to get more advanced as smart technologies continue to make their way into the beds and operating rooms of the hospitals and clinics in Northeast Wisconsin.
Students can now gain hands-on skills and knowledge for an electro-mech career in bite-sized chunks. NWTC is offering short certificates (just two to six credits each) in specific areas such as PLCs,
The Trades and Engineering atrium, located in the Engineering Technology Center on the Green Bay campus, is about to get a major facelift.
NWTC Mechanical Design students partnered with Green Bay Metro Fire Department to design and create removable trays to sort and store their medical equipment.
Exacerbated by the pandemic, the state’s skilled healthcare workforce shortage is continuing to impact Northeast Wisconsin employers. To combat this issue, Prevea Health has partnered with NWTC’s Corp
Balancing work, family, and school is not always easy, but Helms said that eight-week classes have made it much more manageable.