Moraine Park Technical College CNC/Tool and Die Technologies Instructor Tim Clemens (left) and student Dewayne Sexton (right) are joined by Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch at the College's military logo display at the Student Showcase in Madison.
STUDENTS SHOWCASED AT STATEWIDE EVENT
As a part of the Wisconsin Technical College System's (WTCS) fifth annual student showcase event: A Celebration of Student Engagement, Moraine Park Technical College sent five students to the State Capitol. The event, which was held on Tuesday, Feb. 16, was designed to increase awareness of the many ways Wisconsin's technical college students give back to their communities as part of their educational experience.
MORAINE PARK FOUNDATION HONORS FACT SCHOLARSHIP DONORS
The Moraine Park Foundation honored area businesses for supporting its Forming Alliances to Cultivate Talent (FACT) program.G
enerous contributions from participating partners help support Moraine Park students enrolled in manufacturing-related programs.
OUTSTANDING STAFF RECOGNIZED AT MPACTE AWARDS BANQUET
Moraine Park Technical College recognized staff members at the annual Moraine Park Association of Career and Technical Education (MPACTE) awards banquet, held Tuesday, Feb. 23, at the Old Hickory Golf Club in Beaver Dam.
MORAINE PARK RECEIVES NATIONAL WELL WORKPLACE DESIGNATION
The Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) recently awarded Moraine Park Technical College with a three-year Well Workplace gold rating designation, ranking Moraine Park among America's healthiest companies.
TRANSFER AGREEMENTS EXPANDING STUDENTS' DEGREE OPTIONS
Moraine Park has developed strong relationships with numerous four-year colleges/universities. These partnerships have created valuable transfer agreements, allowing students to use their
Moraine Park associate of applied science degree credits to transfer to other college's bachelor's degree programs. For more information on Moraine Park's transfer opportunities, visit morainepark.edu/transfer.
Traci Lawrenz, a native of Kewaskum, has always enjoyed school. During her time at Kewaskum High School, she enrolled in business classes, and it sparked her interest in business. This has led her to Moraine Park's West Bend campus to pursue a degree in accounting as well as business management and supervision.
For the past 14 years, Dr. Bruce Forciea of Delafield has taught anatomy and physiology at Moraine Park.
He is also a member of the Advancing Online Education committee at the College. His career in education has been a very rewarding one.