We love hearing from MPTC alumni! Here, 1974 Alumni Don Charleston shares the interesting journey his career took after Moraine Park. If you would like to share your MPTC alumni story, connect with us here!
Kim Thrane, RN, and Megan Limbach, RN, recently visited Moraine Park’s Complex Health Alterations 1 classroom in Fond du Lac.
They are recent graduates from the West Bend campus nursing program and successful NCLEX exam passers.
How’s that old saying go? “The more things change, the more they stay the same?”
Well, there’s probably some truth to that. Certainly the business equipment people use every day has evolved over time. But the fact remains that any equipment, regardless of what era it’s used in, needs a helping hand for maintenance, support and repair.
Life can throw unexpected challenges in front of us, completing taking us off our current, familiar path. Looking back at a fateful holiday season more than 10 years ago, Donna Smith knows this all too well.
But, it turns out she can also vouch that these difficult times offer great opportunities to choose a new direction in life!
Six more weeks of winter?! Release the groans!
Or … not.
As Anton Chekhov, a Russian author in the 1800s, once penned: “People don’t notice whether it’s winter or summer when they’re happy.”
Devin Kissinger likes to fish, woodwork, do home improvement projects and … win national championships, too. He did the latter in Industrial Motor Control at the SkillsUSA national competition held June 23-24 in Louisville, Ky.
That was a culminating accomplishment after years of hard work for Devin.
Along this journey, Devin honed his skills at Moraine Park in my classroom, and I recently caught up with him to get his thoughts on his time here at Moraine Park, and to see if he had advice for anyone else considering a career in electricity.