Global Entrepreneurship Week is recognized in 130 countries including Australia, Sweden and Zimbabwe. This year the world’s largest celebration of entrepreneurs takes place the week of November 14-20. Global Entrepreneurship Week is a global eco system that promotes entrepreneurism by engaging, connecting, and inspiring new audiences to think about starting their own business someday.
Have you ever thought about starting your own business? This is a great time to explore the opportunity.
Once in a while, I have an opportunity to exchange my business suit for something more casual. This time it happened to be a pumpkin costume!
Each year, the West Bend Early Childhood students and staff coordinate a family-friendly Halloween party for the children of students and staff. Every year has been a great success; this year was no exception.
Automotive, nursing and accounting students? Staff and students?
Maybe on any other night.
For one evening, though, Moraine Park’s West Bend campus was brimming with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pumpkins, princesses, Minions, Giraffes, super heroes and the occasional ghost.
That one evening took place Oct. 26, as Moraine Park Technical College hosted its annual family-friendly Children’s Halloween Party. Check out all the photos below from this year’s fun-filled event.
Also, though Halloween is a fun time to pretend to be something new, if you’ve been considering a new career path that can bring lasting change to your life, visit morainepark.edu/programs for all our options!
Written by Sarah Spang, 2016 Moraine Park graduate
I chose to attend Moraine Park two times in my life for drastically different reasons. The first time in 2008-2009 was because I had just graduated high school with no direction. I wanted to stay local and enroll in a program that suited some of the natural talents I already had, so MPTC’s Office Assistant technical diploma was a great choice for me. After one year of courses and studying, I was able to go into the workforce with the knowledge and confidence I needed to land my first real “adult” job.