Alex Prunty, a Moraine Park Technical College alumnus and 24-year-old rising racing star from Lomira, Wisconsin, has won the 2016 “Kulwicki Cup” Championship. That announcement from officials at Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) came the day before Thanksgiving.
Prunty won the title by eight points (533-525) over New England standout Dave Farrington, Jr., from Jay, Maine.
“Absolutely shaking with excitement!,” Alex posted on Facebook after finding out the news
Comfort Cups “N” Sweets is a business started by 14 students in the Business Practice Firm class at Moraine Park Technical College. This class is required in the Administrative Professional, Business Management, and Human Resource Programs. The class provides students with real life experience and utilizes the skills they’ve acquired throughout their program. Within the first few weeks of class students decide what their business will be for the semester.
Do you know what percentage of offenders will be released from prison and return to the community in which they live?
According to the Bureau of Justice, 95% of offenders will be released from prison and return to their community.
Students enrolled in Moraine Park Technical College’s Corrections Science program, engage in numerous hands-on activities in Probation and Parole class, and recently our students were able to sit down and interview offenders from Burke Correctional.
Moraine Park welcomed area business leaders on Nov. 11 to a complimentary forum to discuss how employee engagement can impact their business. Over 50 participants, representing 23 companies, had an opportunity to hear from three panel presenters as they shared their journey and philosophy on employee engagement. In addition to the Q & A, attendees had an opportunity to network as they discussed best practice techniques, challenges and action steps they can apply at their respective organizations.