Did you know the Nursing Program admits students every Fall and Spring?
So if you’ve been contemplating a career in nursing, now’s the time! Our health programs continue to exceed national board exam pass rates.
Moraine Park’s cosmetology students hosted another fashion show on Tuesday, Dec. 6. The theme for this fashion show was “Fashion Through the Decades,” with students showcasing various vintage looks, inspired by popular hair styles and fashion of yesteryear.
Take a look at these photos from the event, and see if you can guess which decades were showcased!
Also, to learn more about our cosmetology program, click here!
This holiday season, think about giving yourself the gift of education. Moraine Park Technical College has over 100 educational options to choose from, including associate of applied science degrees, certificates, technical diplomas, and many continuing education courses for refreshing professional skills or enhancing a hobby.
Moraine Park held a welding competition at our Jackson Campus, Friday, Dec. 2 for high school students. The event, hosted by our Welding Program, had participants from West Bend and Slinger high schools locate and cut a hole, put the parts together to match a print, then weld them per print. The students could pick either GMAW, SMAW, or both.
GMAW is gas metal arc welding, and SMAW is Shielded metal arc welding.
Written by: Beau Gellings
As a business representative, I spend most of my day speaking with employers. Through several conversations I see some commonalities surrounding key workforce gaps. Items such as technology, different generations, and evolving business plans have impacted how a business’s workforce interacts with each other and how their business is done.
Our students recently used a collaborative project to help showcase local first responders, as well as share stories of a wide-ranging spectrum of area citizens – young, old, unemployed, business owners, and far more.
This opportunity came through Moraine Park’s “Design Production Planning: Workflow” class. Students in this class worked with a Quest III class from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, with the two groups collaborating to create a “Humans of Oshkosh” book.