Goljenboom is first to earn four IT certificates - Eleven students complete Moraine Park IT grant programs

by dritger6. August 2015 08:07

Moosey Goljenboom of Pickett is one of 11 students who recently earned certificates from Moraine Park Technical College’s Information Technology (IT) Careers grant program. The students received certificates in Content Management Systems, Website Security and Android/iOS Web Application Development. 

Moraine Park Technical College President Bonnie Baerwald (right) presents one for four IT certificates to Moosey Goljenboom, who is the first to earn all four certificates offered through the College's IT Careers program.

Goljenboom is the first student to complete all four certificates offered though Moraine Park’s IT Careers program. Goljenboom, who grew up in Canton, Okla., knew from a young age that she was interested in IT. “I always excelled in accounting and business classes in high school and, during my senior year, I took my first computer programming class,” she said. She went on to graduate from UW-Oshkosh in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems. “I could get a job after graduation but not in my field,” said Goljenboom.

In 2009, Goljenboom was working full-time and decided to enroll part-time in Moraine Park’s Information Technology-Web Designer/Developer program. With some encouragement from her instructor, Dominic Garofalo, she decided to take a course in the IT Careers program. After receiving her first certificate in Content Management in September, 2014, Goljenboom decided to quit her job and enroll full-time at Moraine Park. Since then, she has been taking courses in the IT Careers program while also working toward an associate of applied science degree.

Although she is still in school, Goljenboom has already hit the ground running with her IT expertise. She started up her own business, Eagleshead Web Design LLC, and has developed a client base of businesses looking for help with logo development and website design. “I decided to start my own business because of the changing technology. Businesses need to be sure their websites are keeping up with the changing technology, and I have the knowledge to help them with this,” said Goljenboom. 

Although her business is off to a good start, Goljenboom is continuing her education at Moraine Park. She is on track to earn her associate of applied science degree in the IT Web Designer/Developer program in fall 2016, and she is also completing an Entrepreneur certificate in the spring. “Technology is ever changing, upgrading and evolving,” said Goljenboom. “I plan to continue learning and upgrading my technology skills to help my business and others.”

When asked what excites her most about IT, Goljenboom responded, “I like the front end of designing a website--it’s like making a quilt and choosing the right colors to make it look beautiful. Although I also do like coding and validating on the back end.”

This summer, Goljenboom was joined by 10 other classmates receiving an Android and iOS Web Application Development certificate from Moraine Park’s IT Careers program. Those students included: Jeannie Bruesch and Tim Staffaroni of West Bend; Austin Enders of Oshkosh; Zacharia Kejo and Adam Skeel of Fond du Lac; Becky Scannell of Campbellsport; Daniel Spredemann of Menomonee Falls; and Keith Walters of Cedar Grove. Jeannie Bruesch also completed the Web Site Security certificate, and Javeed Kadri of Waupun completed the Content Management Systems certificate.

The IT Careers program is funded by a three-year, $995,662, TAACCCT 3 grant, awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor. The grant supports the statewide INTERFACE project, which was established to help develop, improve and expand adult educational training pathways to careers in information technology-related occupations in Business, Information Technology, Healthcare, Logistics, Automation and Manufacturing. Overall, 29 students have earned IT certificates through Moraine Park’s IT Careers program since its inceptions in October, 2013, and 90 students are expected to enroll in the program over the course of the three-year grant.

In the upcoming fall semester, Moraine Park is offering Content Management and Website Security certificates on the Fond du Lac campus. For more information on Moraine Park’s IT Careers program, visit morainepark.edu/itcareers.


Moraine Park welcomes three new District Board members

by dritger3. August 2015 10:57

Candy Fields of Mt. Calvary, Lisa Olson of Hartford and Bur Zeratsky of Green Lake were sworn in as the newest members of the Moraine Park Technical College District Board, July 13. Fields will serve as an employee member representative for the eastern portion of the Moraine Park District, and Zeratsky will represent the western portion of the District as an employer member. Olson will serve as a school district administrator member. 

John St. Peter, college legal counsel for Moraine Park, administers the Oath of Office to the College’s new District Board members, from left, Bur Zeratsky , Lisa Olson and Candy Fields.

The three new members bring strong community ties and numerous years of experience to the board. “We are thrilled to have Candy, Lisa and Bur join the board,” Bonnie Baerwald, president of Moraine Park, said. “Each one of them brings a remarkable set of skills and experiences that will help move the College forward.”

Fields is a Bilingual Offender Classification Specialist for the Department of Corrections at Taycheedah in Fond du Lac. She came to the United States 14 years ago as a non-English speaking immigrant. Her first educational experience in the United States was taking English Language Learning classes at Moraine Park. She studied Law in Cartagena, Colombia, and was employed there as a Paralegal. Fields is currently working to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Special Education from Western Governors University, Salt Lake City.

“One of my goals as a member of the Moraine Park Board is to find new ways to reach out to the Hispanic community and low income families in our area to help them access higher education,” said Fields. “I believe that establishing and maintaining responsiveness to community growth and student learning needs is a priority.” 

Olson is the district administrator of the Hartford Union High School District. Prior to this position, she was employed as a business and information technology educator for 18 years. She is a National Board Certified Teacher in Career and Technical Education - Business. Olson served as an educational consultant for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction on the Career and Technical Education Team and currently serves on the GPS Education Partners Board of Directors. She is also a member of the Washington County Workforce Alliance and the Hartford Rotary Club.

“I have been involved with Moraine Park since I moved into the area in 1992--from an evening instructor at the West Bend campus to a transcripted credit instructor at Hartford Union High School to meeting with instructors and deans in seeking input for our programs at the school,” said Olson. “My experiences have always been positive, and I look at serving on the board as an opportunity to learn more at a different level and find additional ways to give back.” 

Zeratsky is the executive vice president of National Rivet & Manufacturing Company, Inc., in Waupun, which is a fourth-generation family business that manufactures fasteners for industries including automotive and aerospace. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Economics from Regis College, Denver. Zeratsky served as a member of the Green Lake School Board from 1998-2007, was the former president of the Green Lake Sailing School, and currently is the president of the Green Lake Conservancy, a non-profit Land Trust. 

“I look forward to representing the employer interests and ensuring a well-trained pool of potential employees. At National Rivet & Manufacturing Company, we use testing and training services offered by Moraine Park and have found them to be quite effective, from the standpoint of cost, availability and effectiveness,” said Zeratsky. “In addition, my father served on the Moraine Park Board and Foundation Board for many years, so I'm proud to carry on that tradition.”

In addition to the new board members, the board also nominated the following members to serve as officers: Vernon Jung of Kewaskum, chair; Mike Miller of West Bend, vice-chair; Kim Krueger of Randolph, treasurer; and Mike Staral of West Bend, secretary. Krueger will serve as chair of the Finance Committee, and all of the remaining board members will serve as committee members.

Appointments were also made for the district’s representatives on the Wisconsin Technical College System District Boards Association committees. Jung will serve as Moraine Park’s delegate to the association’s board of directors. Other appointees include Miller, Legislative Committee; Zeratsky, Human Resources Committee; Staral, Program Committee; Lowell Prill of Brandon, Marketing/Public Relations and Awards Committee; Jung, Interdistrict/Interagency Cooperation Committee; and Fields, Bylaws, Policies and Procedures Committee. 

For over 100 years, Moraine Park has served communities surrounding its three campus locations in Fond du Lac, Beaver Dam and West Bend. Moraine Park offers more than 100 associate of applied science degrees, technical diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates delivered in a variety of options including classroom, online and blended courses. For more information about Moraine Park, visit morainepark.edu


Still time to learn motorcycle safety at Moraine Park - Fall sessions through September 27

by dritger29. July 2015 10:44

There is still plenty of time to learn to ride a motorcycle before the snow falls. Moraine Park Technical College’s Motorcycle Rider courses will get you ready to hit the road in just one weekend!  

The course schedule includes class on Friday from 5:00-8:30 p.m., Saturday from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and Sunday from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. By the end of the weekend, upon successful completion of the course, a waiver for the Department of Motor Vehicles is issued. This waiver allows students to get a motorcycle license without taking a road test. Sessions are available every weekend through the end of September on Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac Campus.

Fall is a beautiful time for a motorcycle ride, so sign up now before the leaves start to change color! The course is designed for riders of all levels but is aimed particularly at those seeking a motorcycle license. Students get actual riding experience in the basic skills of motorcycling, including straight-line riding, turning, shifting, braking and the mental skills needed for control. Motorcycles and helmets are provided by Moraine Park. 

For more information or to register for the course, visit morainepark.edu/motorcycle or call 1-800-472-4554. 

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Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation receives Futuremakers Partner award

by dritger28. July 2015 07:31

The Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation received the “Futuremakers Partner” award from the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) board on the evening of Tuesday, July 14, at Moraine Park Technical College’s Fond du Lac campus. The award recognizes the unique and dynamic partnerships between Wisconsin’s technical colleges and their employer partners.   

The Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation receives the “Futuremakers Partner” award for their contributions to the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) and Moraine Park Technical College. From left: WTCS Board President John Schwantes; President and Treasurer of the Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation JoAnn Bachhuber; Moraine Park President Bonnie Baerwald; and WTCS President Morna Foy.

WTCS board President John Schwantes and Moraine Park President Bonnie Baerwald presented the award to the Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation for the organization’s contributions over the course of a long-standing, two-decade partnership with Moraine Park and WTCS. The foundation is an active partner in the College’s efforts to be a leader in manufacturing training and education and is a loyal supporter of the Moraine Park Foundation.    

"The Wisconsin Technical College System and Moraine Park Technical College are grateful to have the Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation as partners," said WTCS board President John Schwantes. "Every day, their contributions and commitment to technical education make a difference in the lives of our students, create qualified employees to fill the employment demands of our state, and help build and strengthen our communities."

The Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation was created in 1982 with a belief that education enables people to improve their lives. Ted and Grace wanted to share their personal success with the community in which they worked and lived. Ted’s company, Mayville Engineering Company, is one of the largest manufacturing companies in Wisconsin, with approximately 2,000 employee shareholders, and they continue to grow. 

The Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation values a strong manufacturing community, and they have partnered with Moraine Park through the years to help develop and strengthen this community. They have donated $75,000 to support a welding addition at the Beaver Dam campus, and $150,000 to Moraine Park’s Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Center. In 2012 they contributed $45,000 to the College’s Forming Alliances to Activate Talent (FACT) program to strengthen the appeal of manufacturing-related careers, grow enrollment in manufacturing programs, and provide area manufacturers with direct access to students enrolled in those fields. The Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation donates $9,000 annually for student scholarships. To date, they have given approximately $112,000 in support of the student scholarship program, allowing more than 60 Moraine Park students to see their dreams of attaining a college degree become a reality.

“We want to recognize the important role community partnerships play within our individual colleges and the technical college system as whole,” said Baerwald. “The generosity of the Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation has meant so much to Moraine Park but, more importantly, so much to so many of our students who, because of this Futuremaker’s generosity, were able to achieve their educational goals.”

“We greatly appreciate this recognition, as well as all of the good work done by Moraine Park Technical College,” said JoAnn Bachhuber, president and treasurer of the Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation, Inc. “Moraine Park is a wonderful source for finding skilled and well-trained individuals and, together, we hope to continue to provide outstanding opportunities.”

For more information on Moraine Park, visit morainepark.edu.


Moraine Park’s Student Support Services program awarded $1.1 million grant

by dritger23. July 2015 11:00

Moraine Park Technical College has been awarded a five-year, $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to continue its Student Support Services (SSS) program, which provides assistance for students who are low-income, first in their family to attend college or have a learning disability. 

Moraine Park’s SSS program, referred to as its EDGE program, is in place to help students meet their goals and graduate from college. Each year, 140 students are enrolled in the program, and their progress is closely monitored. The EDGE program offers many services to help students stay on track, including academic advising, financial aid and scholarship resources, cultural events, skills development and tutoring. 

“The EDGE team provides the tools and confidence our students need to overcome challenges and earn their degrees,” said Michael Smith, Moraine Park’s TRIO grant manager. “During the 2013-14 school year, 94 percent of EDGE students were in good academic standing, which is an exceptional accomplishment for the students and the program.” 

This grant is the second for Moraine Park’s EDGE program. The first was awarded in 2010 and was a similar five-year grant from the Department of Education. The goal of the SSS grant is to increase college retention and graduation rates by providing motivation for students, opportunities for academic development and assistance with basic college requirements. The new grant will take effect on September 1, 2015, and the college will receive $220,000 every year, totaling $1.1 million over the next five years.

Moraine Park’s SSS program falls under the umbrella of Federal TRIO programs, which are federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. TRIO includes eight programs targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to postbaccalaureate programs. TRIO programs are administered by the Student Service area of the Department’s Office of Postsecondary Education.

For more information on Moraine Park’s EDGE program, please visit morainepark.edu/trioSSS.


Moraine Park students place in national business competition - Lawrenz named Administrative Financial Officer for Wisconsin Student Government

by dritger20. July 2015 10:56

Four Moraine Park Technical College students headed west this summer to the National Business Professionals of America (BPA) Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Cal. After placing in the top three in their category at the state BPA competition at Lakeshore Technical College, Traci Lawrenz of Kewaskum and Megan Lynch-Belzer, Hailey Johnson and Joan Rider, all from West Bend, earned the opportunity to gather with students from across the nation and put their business and leadership skills to the test at the organization’s annual national conference.

Johnson, Lawrenz and Lynch-Belzer competed as a team in the small business management category and placed in the top 5 at the national level. The team was judged on their ability to strategize and present solutions to turn a mock business profitable. In addition, Lynch-Belzer competed in the college payroll accounting category and Rider in the prepared speech category.

Lawrenz, who is in the accounting program at Moraine Park, also competed individually, making it to the finals in college accounting and college payroll accounting. Lawrenz was required to complete high-level, timed exams, and it was her exceptional scores that earned her a place in the top 10 for both competitions. 


“It was an amazing accomplishment,” said Lawrenz when asked about her achievements. “Next year I plan to participate in more competitions through the BPA, including one for income tax accounting. The experience provides a great opportunity to build skills I can use in future careers.” 

Lawrenz, who will graduate from Moraine Park in spring of 2017, has been instrumental in getting students involved in the College’s BPA Club and is the current vice president. The club is for any business, accounting and IT student interested in preparing for the workforce by gaining experience in leadership and citizenship and strengthening academic and technological skills. Besides her involvement in BPA, she is also president of the Accounting Club and a member of the West Bend Student Senate and District Student Government. In addition, during the 2015-16 school year, she will assume her elected role as the Administrative Financial Officer for Wisconsin Student Government (WSG).

“My classes and activities at Moraine Park have prepared me to be able to take on my new role with WSG and be comfortable in it,” said Lawrenz.

WSG meets throughout the state approximately five times per year. Other members of the WSG executive team for next year include Joseph Dolzani, president, from Western Technical College; Chris Villarreal, vice president, from Mid-State Technical College; and Richard Weber, parliamentarian, from Fox Valley Technical College.

For more information about Moraine Park’s business programs, visit morainepark.edu/programs.


Moraine Park students compete in national SkillsUSA Championships

by dritger20. July 2015 08:01

Two Moraine Park Technical College students made their way down to Louisville, Ky., on June 22-26 to put their skills to the test at the National SkillsUSA Championships. The contest brought together top contenders from around the nation to compete in hands-on competitions in 100 different trade, technical and leadership fields.

Richard Thiemer IV, an electricty student of Kewaskum, was up for the challenge and came out sixth in the nation in the Electrical Construction Wiring Competition. Thiemer had to complete a written test, perform a practical conduit bending exercise and install a conduit system, cabling system and wiring devices. The challenge requires students to install an electrical system common in most residential and light commercial projects, mimicking what they may encounter in the industry. 

Moraine Park student, Richard Thiemer IV, places fifth in the nation in the Electrical Construction Wiring Competition at the National SkillsUSA Championships held in Louisville, Ky. on June 22-16.

“In the seven years I have been teaching, this is the highest I have seen a student from Moraine Park place at the national level,” stated Mark Wamsley, Theimer’s advisor and electricity instructor at Moraine Park. “We had some really talented students competing in SkillsUSA this year, and I am proud of all of their accomplishments.”

Also going up against the best in the nation was Sean Breister of Fond du Lac, who participated in the Industrial Motor Controls Competition. In this category, students install motor control equipment and associated enclosures, raceways, pilot devices and circuitry. 

Moraine Park student, Sean Breister, competes in the Industrial Motor Controls Competition at the National SkillsUSA Championships held in Louisville, Ky. on June 22-16.

In order to make it to the National SkillsUSA Championships, a student must have placed first place in their category at a state competition prior. For Wisconsin, that competition took place in Madison in April. A number of Moraine Park students competed at the state level, including Jacob Beck of Cedarburg and Tyler Wollner of Newburg who placed second and third, respectively, in the Industrial Motor Control Competition. Jared Schmitt of West Bend and Ben Loehr of Fond du Lac also placed second and third, respectively, in the Electrical Construction Wiring Competition. In addition, a team of three students from the computer numerical control (CNC)/tool and die technologies program competed and took fifth place in the Automated Manufacturing Technology Competition. The team was evaluated on their ability to construct a part using computer-aided drafting/design, generate a tool path using computer-aided manufacturing, and then set up and machine a part using CNC machining. Team members included Kevin Boudwine of Germantown, Cody Ermer of Hartford and J.J. Pocian of West Bend. 

“The pressure of competition is a good learning experience for the students,” said Wamsley. “There is more pressure than when the students are in class, and there are times over the course of competition when anxiety is so thick it could be cut with a knife.”      

For more information on SkillsUSA, visit skillsusa.org. For more information on Moraine Park’s programs, including the electricity and CNC/tool and die technologies programs, visit morainepark.edu/programs.


Moraine Park holds GED/HSED graduation ceremony

by dritger13. July 2015 07:34

Moraine Park Technical College held its 15th Annual GED/HSED Graduation Ceremony and, for the 2014-15 school year, 62 students received their General Education Development (GED) and High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) certificates. In order to earn their GED/HSED, students had to pass five standardized tests in math, reading, writing, social studies and science.

During the ceremony, David Downer of Hartford was presented with the Moraine Park Foundation Basic Education Scholarship. The award was presented by Annette Meihack, Basic Education instructor. This is the fifth year the $500 scholarship has been awarded to a student pursuing further education at Moraine Park.

“I’m 36 years old and in a two-year program,” said Downer, who is enrolled in the Automotive Maintenance Technician program. “I finished the first year and made the Dean’s List.” He went on to add that this scholarship will help him pay for his books and education.

Lisa Gurley, a student speaker from Lowell, spoke to graduates about the meaning of this ceremony. “Graduation is a time to look back at the challenges you were able to overcome.” Gurley also gave advice about accomplishing goals. “Setting small goals and rejoicing when you reach them is the key to reaching your larger goals.” Gurley received the Moraine Park Foundation Basic Education Scholarship in 2013 and is set to graduate with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Human Resources next year.

Crispian Trewhella of Richfield also a student speaker at the ceremony, explained what it was like receiving his GED and how graduates should feel about the achievement. “It meant the world to me. If the GED was easy, everyone would do it,” said Trewhella. “Show that GED off with pride! You worked hard for it.”

Crispian Trewhella addresses fellow students and guests at Moraine Park Technical College’s 15th Annual GED/HSED Graduation Ceremony.

Bonnie Baerwald, president of Moraine Park, wished the graduates success and gave them advice about their future. “You are all courageous individuals,” said Baerwald. “You may be asked to take on a lot of different challenges – take them.”

For more information about Moraine Park’s GED testing, visit morainepark.edu/GED.


Moraine Park’s Portfolio Night showcases creative talent

by dritger1. July 2015 12:44

Moraine Park Technical College students shared their work with the community, prospective employers, students and staff at the College’s annual Portfolio Night at the Fond du Lac Campus.

This year, 24 students from the College’s Graphic Communications, Interactive Media Design, Digital Marketing and IT-Web Designer/Developer programs participated in Portfolio Night. Among them was Natalee Olson of Fond du Lac. Olson, who hopes to work in advertising after graduation, commented on the relationships the students formed in the Graphic Communications program.

Moraine Park Graphic Communications student, Natalee Olson of Fond du Lac, shares her work at the College’s Portfolio Night with Daniel Gonzalez, a relative of fellow classmate, Eric Keberlein of Poy Sippi.

“There is a good mix of students with different experiences in my classes,” said Olson. “There are students right out of high school and also older adults that have more work experience. We all grew really close and helped each other out.”

Also in attendance was Vincent Wondra, owner and president of the BBS Agency in Fond du Lac and member of the Moraine Park Technical College Web Development Advisory Committee. Wondra said that he has hired many Moraine Park graduates, including a student he met at a previous Portfolio Night.

“I am a big believer in building up the local economy, and I like to hire Moraine Park graduates,” said Wondra. “When a student shows me a high quality portfolio, I know they have the skills to be successful in a work environment,” 

Dominic Garofalo, IT-Web Designer/Developer instructor at Moraine Park, said the students produced outstanding projects. "The event is a great opportunity for students to show their work to members of the community who could end up being a potential employer. I was very proud of all the students," said Garofalo.

Daniel Gonzalez of Appleton, who is a relative of Graphic Communications student Eric Keberlein, spent time looking over the projects on display. “The students each have their own style, and it’s impressive to see their perspective and imagination,” said Gonalez.

To learn more about Moraine Park’s Graphic Communications, Interactive Media Design, Digital Marketing and IT-Web Designer/Developer programs, visit morainepark.edu/programs


Deppisch, Goetz and Zimman recognized for service to the Moraine Park District

by dritger1. July 2015 12:37

Three Moraine Park Technical College District Board members were recognized for their years of service and dedication during their final District Board meeting, June 17. Jodine Deppisch, Richard Zimman and Donna Goetz have served 19 years, combined, as Moraine Park District Board members.

Moraine Park District Board Members are recognized for their years of service and dedication to the College and the District. Pictured (from left): Moraine Park President Bonnie Baerwald, Richard Zimman, Jodine Deppisch and Donna Goetz.

Deppisch, of Ripon, joined the District Board in July 2006 and has represented the western portion of the District as an employer member. During her nine years with the Moraine Park District Board, Deppisch took on many different roles, serving terms as chairperson and vice-chairperson and, most recently, as chairperson of the Finance Committee and treasurer for the board. “I have enjoyed serving the Moraine Park District Board,” said Deppisch. “I feel very comfortable leaving, knowing the College is in excellent hands under the leadership of our new president.”

Zimman, of West Bend, joined the board in February 2008 as a school district administrator member. He was a very active board member throughout his seven-year term, attending many national, state and local events. Zimman also served terms as chairperson and vice-chairperson of the Moraine Park District Board. “It’s really been a pleasure serving,” said Zimman. “The people of the College make it what it is, and I am very happy I agreed to serve here.”

Goetz, of West Bend, was sworn in as an employee member representing the eastern portion of the Moraine Park District in July 2012. During her three-year term, she served as the Board’s representative on the Moraine Park Foundation Board. “This is an incredibly well-run organization and it’s been refreshing and exciting to be part of the board,” said Goetz.

Since 1912, Moraine Park has served communities surrounding its three campus locations in Fond du Lac, Beaver Dam and West Bend. Moraine Park offers more than 100 associate of applied science degrees, technical diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates, delivered in a variety of options including classroom, online and blended courses. For more information about Moraine Park, visit morainepark.edu.