Moraine Park honors students at annual awards banquet

by dritger1. June 2015 10:44

The hard work and academic achievement of Moraine Park Technical College students was recognized during the College’s annual Student Awards Banquet held May 8 at The Golf Club at Camelot in Lomira. 

Denise Fitzsimmons, the 2015 Moraine Park Distinguished Alumnus Award recipient, spoke to the attendees about tackling the challenge of change. Fitzsimmons graduated with a degree in Fashion Merchandising and Marketing from Moraine Park in 1981. After a 19-year tenure with Conley Publishing, she became a director of advertising. In 2004, she, along with another Moraine Park Distinguished Alumnus Mary Beth Bockhorst and sister-in-law Jill Huizenga, co-founded “InSpire,” a Dodge County monthly magazine sharing the successes of women. Fitzsimmons said her education at Moraine Park gave her “the foundation I needed to diversify and branch out into other areas of the business world.” She went on to add, “Don’t be afraid to travel the road that may not be familiar. You are equipped to face the challenges.” 

The 2015-16 District Student Ambassador Award was presented to Kayla Ebert of Burnett. Ebert is enrolled in Moraine Park’s Human Resources program. She will assume her Ambassador role in fall, taking over for 2014-15 Student Ambassador, Kim Dickinson of Beaver Dam. 

Moraine Park presented the 2015 Student of the Year Award to Ben Werner of West Bend. This honor was given to Werner, a student in the Electrical Power Distribution program, for exemplifying the College’s core abilities and excelling both in and outside of the classroom. He spoke about his experiences with leadership, classmates and faculty while attending the College. “Moraine Park encouraged me to step out and take on leadership roles that’ll help me succeed in my future career,” said Werner. “Whether the leadership role came in a classroom setting during a tactical activity or in the hallways, instructors always encouraged the student body and me to become involved and strive to better ourselves.” Werner found transitioning back into academics was initially a challenge but said adjusting to his new life as a student became easier with the help of his classmates. “I feel like Moraine Park works hard to develop the family feeling within their programs so students learn to work together and help each other throughout their college career.”

Technical Achievement Awards were presented to 12 students. To receive this award, recipients must be enrolled in a one-year technical diploma program and have maintained a 3.25 GPA. They are judged on classroom participation and other contributions and characteristics that exemplify an outstanding student. Recipients were:  Nicolas Malchow of Allenton; Jeremiah Alderden of Beaver Dam; Jacob Beck, Matt Grady and Zach Lauterbach of Cedarburg; Kevin Boudwine of Germantown; Jason Diels of Horicon; Keith Rhinert of Milwaukee; Logan Scheel of Oshkosh; Jordan Wendlandt of Randolph; and Andrew Passmore and John Pocian of West Bend.

The Meritorious Service Award is granted to students who have served the College through their leadership and participation in co-curricular activities such as student clubs, student government or other volunteer opportunities. This year’s 62 recipients include: Lisa Gurley, Melissa Kuntz, Amy Surprise, Grace Bleiler and Sharon Vlach of Beaver Dam; Kristin Wadell of Brownsville; Kayla Ebert of Burnett; Travis Gibbons of Camp Douglas; Kelly Collins, Jessica Henning, Ashley Kaul and Cody Liesener of Campbellsport; Rebecca Powell and Matt Grady of Cedarburg; Cold Hansen of Deerfield; Kouta Benson, Nicole Holz, Angela McCrory, Tyler Soto, Matthew White, Richard Goetsch, Kia Goncalo and Heather Sprifke of Fond du Lac; Kristy Sparacio of Fox Lake; Kevin Boudwine of Germantown; Ashley Currier, Amalia Scherer and Brook Weiss of Hartford; Holly Muenchow of Horicon; Jen Kelm and Bryce Wentlandt of Jackson; Nikki Ricco of Juneau; Jessica Volesky of Kewaskum; Annette Moericke of Lomira; Zach Erickson of Madison; Michael Cole and Margaret Fuller of Malone; Jacob Featherson of Milwaukee; Noah Kearns of Montello; Robert Knox of Newburg; Danielle Dolinac of North Fond du Lac; Matthew Henning of Oakfield; Marki Henderson and Carissa Weina of Omro; Logan Scheel of Oshkosh; Jordan Wendlandt of Randolph; Michael Weyer of Richfield; Adam Blindauer of Sheboygan; Nick Duesterbeck of Waupun; Tricia Becker, Nichole Welzien, Michael Burns, Katie Duncan, Katie Dye, Naomi Gosse, Justin Groth, Tracie Hofbauer, Adam Krichoff, Leah Spieth and Ashley Walker of West Bend; Josh Marten of Wilton.

Twenty-Six Moraine Park students received the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges Award. Who's Who Among Students is one of the most highly regarded and long-standing honors programs in the nation. Students receive national recognition for achieving at least a 3.25 GPA as well as participating and showing leadership in academic and extracurricular activities. Those students include: Roxann Johnson, Robert Krist, Tina Smedema and Amy Surprise of Beaver Dam; Felicia Van Houten of Burnett; Jessica Henning of Campbellsport; Rikki Davis, Kia Goncalo, Nicole Holz, Christine Koenig and Trudy Vanness of Fond du Lac; Kristy Sparacio of Fox Lake; Kevin Boudwine and Madeline Greco of Germantown; Teresa Bates and Ashley Currier of Hartford; Catherine Tishler of Johnson Creek; Shawn Grimes of Lowell; Michelle Hoffman of Neenah; Marki Henderson of Omro; Susan Bauer and Marion Scott of Oshkosh; Jacob Fenton, Alan Nagorny, Katie Olson and Dawn Pauli of West Bend.

The Leadership and Service Awards were presented to 16 students. Recipients were: Jeremiah Alderden, Kim Dickinson and Robert Krist of Beaver Dam; Zach Lauterbach of Cedarburg; Rikki Davis, Robert Drehmel and Christine Koenig of Fond du Lac; Traci Lawrenz and Aaron Schlosser of Kewaskum; Annette Whyms of Oakfield; Austin Neis of Reeseville; Mike Kirchoff of Watertown; John Pocian, Joan Rider, DeWayne Sexton and Ben Werner of West Bend.

The Moraine Park Federation of Teachers sponsors a Community Stewardship, Activist and Leadership Award. This award is given based on a written application displaying the student’s understanding of and participation in community-based efforts. Recipients were: Amy Surprise of Beaver Dam; Rikki Davis and Nicole Holz of Fond du Lac; Graceanne Forsyth-Krajna of Menomonee Falls; John Pocian and DeWayne Sexton of West Bend.

Student government leadership recognition included Ben Werner, Beaver Dam Student Senate president; Christine Koenig, Fond du Lac Student Senate president; Robert Krist, West Bend Student Senate president; William Milbrot, District Student Government president; Jayson Gremminger, Wisconsin Student Government lt. governor; and DeWayne Sexton, Wisconsin Student Government governor. 

Moraine Park Technical College’s student government leadership team. Pictured from left: Ben Werner, Beaver Dam Student Senate president; Robert Krist, West Bend Student Senate president; Christine Koenig, Fond du Lac Student Senate president; Bonnie Baerwald, Moraine Park president.

In addition, nearly 100 students were inducted into Beta Mu Kappa, Moraine Park’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society. To be eligible, students must achieve and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 in an associate of applied science degree program and complete a minimum of 12 associate degree credits. Moraine Park’s chapter officers include Lisa Gurley of Lowell, president; Jennelle Brown of Beaver Dam, vice president; and Heather Sprifke of Fond du Lac, secretary. 

Moraine Park Technical College’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter officers. Back row, left: Jennelle Brown of Beaver Dam, vice president; Heather Sprifke, secretary; Valerie Baumann, regional vice president of Phi Theta Kappa; Lisa Gurley, president. Front row, left: Iolanda Oliva, club advisor; Nicole Held, past president. 

This year's inductees include:

Allenton: Dawn Woebbeking, Julie Wolf
Beaver Dam: Jennelle Brown, Kristina Giese, Tracy Guetzlaff, Victoria Hollenberg, Kelsey Kiehl, Sarah Kuhnz, Edith Leal, Cheryl Nummerdor, Michelle Stippich, Dawn Weber, Sierra Welch
Brookfield: Roberta Bero
Burnett: Kayla Ebert
Campbellsport: Bryan Hewitt, Ashley Kaul, Austin Tennies
Cedarburg: Scott Bancroft, Jennifer Cisco
Fond du Lac: Christopher Cleland, Hannah Dardis, Robert Drehmel, Carmen Greicar, Maira Gutierrez, Vickie Mally, Kera Margelofsky, Lucas McFarren, Michael Morgano, Jennifer Morse, Samantha Race, Baylee Radke, Hilary Schneider, Sarah Spang, Bethany Thronburg
Fox Lake: Vicki Haase, Scott Hawley, Lisa Koenig
Fredonia: Eliot Hess
Germantown: Penny Stephan
Hartford: Christine O’Callaghan, Lindsay Rutley, Amalia Scherer, Alyssa Simpson
Horicon: Samantha Cundy
Jackson: Jessica Walczak
Kenosha: Carey Michaud
Kewaskum: Debra Ebert, Brielle Legate, William Whitney
Lomira: Denis Ramos
Markesan: Sheila Schmidt
Mayville: Breanna Henninger, Sharon Hinz, James Mittlesteadt
Menomonee Falls: Tatum Thomas
Monticello: Tina Bidlingmaier
Neosho: Sabrina Hennes
New Holstein: Jamie Floeter
North Fond du Lac: Jesus Aguirre, Lellia Bavers, Stephanie Cheevers, Rachel McFarlane
Oakfield: Lexis Zitlow
Oconomowoc: Jessica Reitz
Oostburg: Jesse Meyer
Oregon: Bailey Brumeier
Oshkosh: Melissa Hildebrand, Erika Lloyd, Megan Prellwitz
Plymouth: Tyler Rezachek, Angela Schleh
Port Washington: Megan Lynch-Belzer
Princeton: Jasper Kallenbach
Randolph: James Bates
Saint Cloud: Megan Kapellen
Saukville: Caitlin Watson
Slinger: Susan Nagel
Stockbridge: Kati Zahringer
Theresa: Ashley Stratz
Waupun: Jennifer Sorenson
West Bend: Ashley Duckart, Amber Geier, April Johnson, Jori Kapla, Cynthia Koskey, James Littrell, Carmen Melstrand, Adam Parchim, Carol Peters, Gina Peters, Matthew Sorensen, Karen Werner, Ashley Wimer

For more information about Moraine Park, visit


Still time to register for Toolin’ It! Manufacturing Camp

by dritger1. June 2015 10:41

On June 15-19, Moraine Park Technical College is offering its 10th Annual Toolin’ It!, a Nuts, Bolts, & Thingamajigs manufacturing summer camp for middle and high school students ages 13-16. 

Registration is underway now for this high-tech, hands-on experience that provides an introduction to 21st-century manufacturing technology. Participants have the chance to learn about computer-aided design, computer-controlled manufacturing operations, basic electrical systems, machining, welding and fabrication, and so much more! Students will also experience the start-to-finish satisfaction of designing and manufacturing a product, using high-tech machinery, under the close supervision of expert manufacturing trainers. 

The Toolin’ It! registration fee is $100 and includes all materials, lunches and field trips. Space is limited. Register today by visiting or by contacting Lisa Dougherty at 262-306-5321 or email at

Toolin’ It! is part of a national manufacturing summer camp program designed and sponsored by Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs, the Foundation of the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association.


Moraine Park hosts Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day

by dritger1. June 2015 10:36

To honor cancer survivors, Moraine Park Technical College is hosting its own Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day on Wednesday, June 10, from 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. at Techniques Salon and Spa on Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac campus. The event is part of a national effort to provide support and free pampering for cancer survivors. 

Cosmetology students at Moraine Park will offer manicures, haircuts and scalp treatments. All cancer survivors are invited to attend, but appointments are required to guarantee service. 

Each year thousands of salons, spas and cosmetology schools volunteer their time and services to cancer survivors across the nation. This is the fourth year Moraine Park cosmetology students have hosted the event. To make an appointment for Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day, call 920-929-2106. For more information about Moraine Park’s Techniques Salon and Spa, visit


Two Moraine Park staff earn state honors

by dritger29. May 2015 13:24

Moraine Park Technical College staff members Kimberly DeMaa and Marla Pearce were honored for their contributions to technical education during the Wisconsin Association for Career and Technical Education’s (WACTE) annual conference held in Oshkosh, Wis.         

DeMaa of Plymouth is a financial aid specialist for Moraine Park. She received the 2015 Professional Excellence – Outstanding Support Professional Award.

Pearce, a human resources instructor for the College, received the 2015 Professional Excellence – New Instructor Award. Pearce lives in Waupun. 


WACTE has more than 600 members throughout Wisconsin and is comprised of local affiliates representing the Wisconsin Technical College Districts, Department of Public Instruction, Business Education, Vocational Education Special Needs, Wisconsin Technical College System Board/UW-Madison Association, Wisconsin Association of Agricultural Educators, and Wisconsin Association for Leadership in Education and Work, and UW-Stout. The association unites those involved in career and technical education by providing professional development, encouraging leadership in the political arena and promoting innovative change to enhance lifelong learning.

Moraine Park Technical College was established in 1912 and is one of 16 colleges making up the Wisconsin Technical College System. To learn more, visit


Baerwald named president of Moraine Park Technical College

by ratkinson21. May 2015 15:52

The Moraine Park Technical College District Board announced that Bonnie Baerwald, who is presently serving as interim president at the college, has been named permanent president and will begin in this new role immediately.

"It is with great pride that we have selected Bonnie to serve as our next president," said Vernon Jung, chairperson of the Moraine Park District Board. "In her short time as interim president, Bonnie has showcased extraordinary focus in setting a path for the long-term growth of the college. It is evident that our entire college community has been energized by her leadership, and we all look forward to working with Bonnie for many years to come. There is no doubt that Bonnie is the person who can help us reach the next level. Together, we will accomplish great things."

Baerwald has been with Moraine Park since 1993, joining the college as senior accountant. Over the years, she has also served as financial services manager and vice president of financial management before being named vice president of finance and administrative services in 2007. Baerwald was appointed interim president in January 2015 following the departure of President Sheila Ruhland, who accepted the presidency position at Tacoma Community College in Tacoma, Wash.

"I consider the opportunity to lead Moraine Park Technical College both an honor and a privilege," said Baerwald. "Moraine Park needs to maintain fiscal stability, innovate for growth and performance, engage and develop our staff, and address the skills gap throughout our district and the State through new and extended partnerships. With the continued support of the District Board, faculty, staff, students, and the community, I believe I can fulfill this role and create new opportunities for the college. I am truly excited and I look forward to the challenges ahead."

Baerwald has provided vision and expertise in leading Moraine Park’s finance and facility operations, including fiscal reporting, budgeting, financial operations, procurement, risk management, auxiliary services, facility operations, design and construction. Over the years, she has provided direction to the College’s administration regarding fiscal and facility-related operations, including a comprehensive budget totaling $83 million in expenditures. Prior to joining Moraine Park, she served as staff auditor and then senior auditor at Grant Thornton, LLP, in Fond du Lac.

Baerwald has an associate degree from Wisconsin Lutheran College, a bachelor’s degree in business administration-- accounting from the University of Wisconsin-- Whitewater, and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Wisconsin-- Oshkosh.  She has been a certified public accountant in Wisconsin since 1991.

Baerwald has been recognized with a 2013 Professional Excellence Award – Community Involvement and a 2004 Professional Excellence Award – Administrator from the Wisconsin Association of Career and Technical Education. She is a member of the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Government Finance Officers Association, is a member and past president of the Moraine Park Vocational Association and the Wisconsin Technical College System Business Officers Committee. She was recently named to the Fond du Lac Association of Commerce’s Board of Directors, and has served as a board member with the District’s Mutual Insurance Company since 2013.

Moraine Park Technical College was established in 1912, and is one of 16 technical college districts that make up the Wisconsin Technical College System. With campuses in Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac and West Bend, Wis. and regional centers in Jackson and Ripon, Wis., Moraine Park offers more than 100 associate of applied science degrees, technical diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates delivered in a variety of formats — classroom, online and blended. Training and technical assistance for businesses is also offered. To find out more about Moraine Park, visit 



Moraine Park Class of 2015 looks forward to opportunities ahead - More than 250 participate in May 16 commencement ceremony

by dritger18. May 2015 13:41

Excitement ran high as the Moraine Park Technical College Class of 2015 gathered among classmates, instructors, family and friends to celebrate their accomplishments and relish in the opportunities ahead as future leaders of Wisconsin. 

More than 250 commencement participants filled the Fond du Lac High School Field House for Moraine Park’s May 16 commencement ceremony as the graduates prepared to receive their diplomas and become Moraine Park alumni. A quote by an unknown source -- “It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.” -- was the class motto adopted by the graduates from the College’s Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac and West Bend campuses. In all, the Class of 2015, had more than 770 graduate candidates complete their studies receiving associate of applied science degrees and technical diplomas.  

Dr. James Eden, vice president of Academic Affairs, presided over the presentation of candidates with the conferring of degrees and diplomas done by Moraine Park Interim President Bonnie Baerwald. Kristen Finnel, dean of Health and Human Services and Dr. Fred Rice, dean of Applied Technology and Trades announced the graduate candidates. From the Moraine Park District Board, Chairperson Vernon Jung, Jr. and Secretary Mike Staral recognized the graduates. 

Agnesian HealthCare President and CEO Steve Little was the 2015 commencement speaker. Little encouraged the graduates to look at everyday as a gift, to lead by example and to do good in the world. “All of the time you have spent learning the technical skills you will need to enter the work world is important,” said Little, “but success requires more than education. Success also requires passion and it requires a positive attitude. So, be passionate about what you do. Communicate with others. Take risks. We are put in this world to do something remarkable. So, do something remarkable!”  

Jung, who welcomed the Class of 2015 and their guests to the ceremony, expressed to the graduates how perseverance, determination and the support of others had gotten them to this point. “As you head out today, ready to take that next step in your life, take a moment to reflect on all of the people who have supported you on your educational journey,” he said, “Take a moment to embrace all that this day brings.” 

District Board Chairperson Vernon Jung welcomes the more than 250 Moraine Park Technical College graduates who participated in the College's 2015 Commencement Ceremony. In all, more than 770 graduates were receiving associate of applied science degrees and technical diplomas. Also pictured, from left, Mike Staral, district board secretary; Steve Little, commencement speaker; and Bonnie Baerwald, Moraine Park interim president.

Baerwald extended her congratulations to the graduates wishing them success in the great opportunities ahead. “You have prepared for the next stage in your lives, whether your new path takes you to the start of a new career, continued employment in your chosen field, or continuation of your formal education at a four-year college or university,” she said. “Our communities and our State could not move forth without you. Congratulations to each of you.” 

Moraine Park’s graduation processional was led by bagpiper Gina Crossley, with the ceremonial music performed by Brassination, a brass quintet from the Fond du Lac area. Shady Grove, also from the Fond du Lac area, provided the pre-ceremonial music.

Moraine Park Technical College was established in 1912 and is one of 16 technical college districts that make up the Wisconsin Technical College System. With campuses in Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac and West Bend, Wis., Moraine Park offers more than 100 associate of applied science degrees, technical diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates delivered in a variety of formats — classroom, online and blended. Training and technical assistance for businesses is also offered. Learn more at

To view a collection of Moraine Park graduates who were hired in their fields before graduation, go to

To view photos from the 2015 Commencement Ceremony, go to


Moraine Park announces welding competition winners

by dritger14. May 2015 08:33

Area high school students squared off in a welding competition recently at Moraine Park Technical College’s Beaver Dam campus.

Supervised by Moraine Park Welding Instructors Larry Clark and Gary Watry, students from Horicon and West Bend high schools were judged on three different welding processes: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW). 

“We started this competition to give area high school students a chance to stretch their experiences and compete in a welding skills competition similar to the state SkillsUSA competitions,” said Clark. “Participants also had an opportunity to see what a career in welding can offer and how Moraine Park’s program can build the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the industry.”

Contestants were required to demonstrate their skills from a list of competencies, including safety, measurements and blueprint reading. Winners of each of the three processes were determined by accuracy of set-up, defects, general appearance, bead size, safety and clothing.

Tanner Reichert, a senior at West Bend High School, took first place in the SMAW and GTAW competitions. The GMAW competition ended in a tie, with Reichert and Alex Mages, also a senior at West Bend High School, both taking first place.

Other participants from West Bend High School included sophomore Nick Fry and senior Yajaira Perez. The students were accompanied by their teacher, Jacob Gitter.

Horicon High School students competing in the welding competition included seniors Ben Spindler, Dryden Watry and Dylan Bunkoske and juniors Brett Pride and Chris Panetti. They were accompanied by teacher Mark Boehmer.

For more information about Moraine Park’s Welding and Metal Fabrication programs, visit


Moraine Park’s Lieburn promoted to Lt. Colonel

by dritger11. May 2015 08:22

Moraine Park Technical College congratulates employee Scott Lieburn, dean of students, for his promotion to Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force, Air National Guard. Lieburn completed Air Force Basic Training in 1987, Officer Training School in 1999, Squadron Officer School in 2005 and Air Command and Staff College in 2013.


Lieburn is a 27-year veteran of the Wisconsin Air National Guard. He served with the 128th Air Refueling Wing, Milwaukee, from 1987-2008 and the Wisconsin National Guard Joint Force Headquarters, Madison, from 2008-2014. In his current position, Lieburn serves as the Inspector General for both the 115th Fighter Wing, Madison and Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Camp Douglas.

Lieburn, who joined Moraine Park in September 2011, says managing his time between the military and his role as dean of students is challenging but very rewarding. “Moraine Park genuinely values the military service of their employees and fosters a culture that supports individuals who are serving in the National Guard and Reserve.”  

A true advocate for military students and student veterans, Lieburn helps make the transition into civilian life and higher education as smooth as possible. He has been instrumental in starting a Student Veterans of America (SVA) chapter at Moraine Park, as well as assisting the College with being designated a Military Friendly School for the past five years. He also speaks at state conferences on the subject of veterans returning to college, sharing his message with college staff, students, legislators, and college boards and presidents.

“We are very fortunate to have Scott leading our college in veteran affairs,” said Bonnie Baerwald, Moraine Park interim president. “He is very passionate about his work, and his experience with the military allows him to really connect with our current and potential veteran students at Moraine Park.” 

For more information on Moraine Park’s veteran services, visit


Steven Little is Moraine Park’s 2015 Commencement Keynote Speaker - Graduation set for May 16

by dritger6. May 2015 08:08

Moraine Park Technical College has announced Steven N. Little, President and CEO of Agnesian HealthCare, as their 2015 Commencement keynote speaker. 

The College’s 2015 Commencement Ceremony will be held Saturday, May 16, at 10 a.m. at the Fond du Lac High School Field House. Nearly 800 graduate candidates will be receiving associate of applied science degrees and technical diplomas, with approximately 370 graduate candidates expected to participate in the Commencement Ceremony. Bonnie Baerwald, Moraine Park interim president, will preside over the ceremony.

“It is a significant honor for me to be asked to address the Moraine Park Technical College’s Class of 2015,” said Little. “Moraine Park Technical College has a rich tradition of graduating students that exceed expectations. Simply, Moraine Park Technical College is the foundation to solving our workforce issue of the future.”  

Little, a current resident of Fond du Lac, joined Agnesian HealthCare in 2003 as the senior vice president and chief financial officer, was promoted to executive vice president in 2010, and has held his current position since January 2012. Prior to joining Agnesian HealthCare, Little spent time in Wyoming, serving as chief financial officer for St. John’s Medical Center and senior vice president/chief financial officer for United Bancorporation. Prior to that he was in Colorado for six years as a public accountant with Deloitte & Touche. Little earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting and Business Administration from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., and is also a Certified Public Accountant. 

Little is involved in many organizations including the Wisconsin Hospital Association, Integrated Health Solutions of Wisconsin, National Exchange Bank and Trust, the Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership and Blue Line Family Ice Center. He is the past Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Fond du Lac Association of Commerce and the Fond du Lac YMCA. Little is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.  

Moraine Park Technical College was established in 1912, and is one of 16 technical college districts that make up the Wisconsin Technical College System. With campuses in Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac and West Bend, Wis., Moraine Park offers more than 100 associate of applied science degrees, technical diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates delivered in a variety of formats — classroom, online and blended. Training and technical assistance for businesses is also offered. To find out more about Moraine Park, visit


Moraine Park hosts Portfolio Night, May 7

by dritger29. April 2015 14:17

Graduating students from Moraine Park Technical College’s Graphic Communications, Interactive Media Design and IT Web Designer/Developer programs will be showcasing their talents at the College’s annual Portfolio Night on Thursday, May 7, at the Fond du Lac Campus. 

Portfolio Night highlights the projects and work these graduating students have completed in their respective programs while at Moraine Park, and it allows them to share their projects with prospective employers, the local community and Moraine Park students and staff. Students from the Fond du Lac, Beaver Dam and West Bend campuses will have their work on display.

Portfolio Night is free and will be held on Moraine Park’s Fond du Lac campus in room O103/104 from 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, May 7. For more information on Moraine Park’s annual Portfolio Night, contact Shawn McAfee at 920-924-3342 or

To learn more about Moraine Park’s Graphic Communications, Interactive Media Design and Digital Marketing programs, visit