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PEWAUKEE, Wis. (Tuesday, May 10, 2022) – Members of the Waukesha County Technical College Class of 2022 are getting …
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PEWAUKEE, Wis. (Tuesday, April 26, 2022) – Waukesha County Technical College’s Small Business Center (SBC) is offering …
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PEWAUKEE, Wis. (Monday, April 11, 2022) – Cutting a ribbon may seem simple and straightforward, but do to so in eight …
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PEWAUKEE, Wis. (Tuesday, April 5, 2021) – Waukesha County Technical College is excited to welcome guests to the main …
A Second Chance: Adult Learners Earn a High School Credential
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Most children and teens follow a straightforward educational path from grade school through high school. But for some, …
WCTC students shine at state SkillsUSA leadership and skills conference
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Several Waukesha County Technical College students participated in and earned awards at the SkillsUSA State Leadership …
Shift change at Hartford PD as retiring officer passes baton to sonopens in new window
Washington County Insider -- A shift change at the Hartford Police Department as Officer Patrick Beine had his last day on the road as a patrol officer on Sunday, May 22. He was joined by his son, Officer Craig Beine, and Sunday was his first day on the road as a patrol officer for Hartford. The younger Beine is a 2021 graduate of WCTC's Criminal Justice associate degree program as well as the College's Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Academy.
After 27 years, Waukesha's deputy police chief retiresopens in new window
PATCH -- Waukesha Deputy Police Chief Dennis Angle, who has served on the department for 27 years, has retired from his position. Additionally, he led training sessions for the department as well as Waukesha County Technical College.
GLGA announces recipients of Women in Print Leadership Awardopens in new window
PiWorld -- The Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA) recently announced Women in Print Leadership Award recipients and nominees. Among the nominees was WCTC's Peggy Krouse, who teaches in the Graphic Design program.The Women in Print Leadership Awards supports GLGA’s ongoing quest to recognize the contributions of women in the Midwest print, graphic arts, finishing and print packaging community as well as those women who support the print industry in a vendor or supplier capacity.
WCTC graduate turns hobby into full-time businessopens in new window
BVMSports -- WCTC Printing and Publishing grad Jon Cline has merged his hobby and career to help grow his business, Cline Design Photography. As a child, he experienced limitations in sports due to having epilepsy, but his experiences have helped segue into a rewarding career.
'Contraption Competition' helps middle schoolers learn STEM skillsopens in new window
Spectrum News 1 -- Usually, the goal is to make everyday tasks easier, not harder. However, for some Wisconsin middle school students, the opposite is true. Recently, middle school students from around the state came together at Waukesha County Technical College to compete in a Contraption Competition.