James Kilsdonk, market president at Old National Bank and 2008 marketing graduate, is the recipient of NWTC’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award.
A dual graduate from NWTC, in 2015 and 2020, Sarah Stackhouse has a story that spans continents, career fields, and educational systems.
Invest, Dream, Achieve (IDA) is a collaboration between the Women’s Fund of Door County (a component fund of the Door County Community Foundation) and NWTC.
EMT International is working with NWTC to create augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) troubleshooting capabilities for its service engineers.
Starting this October, residents from the Aurora, Crivitz, Luxemburg, Oconto Falls, and Shawano areas will have more ways to earn an NWTC certification or credential in their communities.
Stop by our campus Welcome Centers throughout the region, your one-stop-shops for all admission questions – from finding courses to setting goals or paying for college.
In August, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin visited NWTC Green Bay to discuss President Biden’s Build Back Better plan.
Employees of JBS Green Bay – one of the area’s largest private employers – have the opportunity to pursue their college dreams tuition free.
Dr. Kathryn Rogalski, NWTC’s vice president of Learning, was one of 40 community college leaders selected for the 2021-22 Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship.
NWTC was one of 27 U.S. institutions designated as a 2021 Center of Excellence for Domestic Maritime Workforce Training and Education by the U.S. Dept. of Transportation's Maritime Administration.