Moraine Park is hosting its 3rd Annual Jane of All Trades event on Wednesday, March 8. Jane is an event where women of any age* can come and learn about careers they may have never considered before (*Participants under the age of 16 should have a parent/guardian in attendance with them, of course!)
This is an amazing chance to get hands-on demonstrations in areas such as: Continue reading
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. Continue reading
The computer you may be reading this on. The lights illuminating the room you’re sitting in. The appliances and equipment that help make your home life and work life more enjoyable, easier, productive and safe. The … well, let’s just say the list goes on … and on … and on!
There is so much we use in our daily life that, at least in some small way, is made possible due to the work and skill of electricians.
And, if you’ve been looking for a rewarding career yourself, perhaps you may want to consider a career in the electricity field. Here are a few good reasons why: Continue reading
Learning about tomorrow’s careers was the focus of our annual Toolin’It manufacturing summer camp held in June at Moraine Park Technical College’s West Bend and Jackson campuses. While sparks flew on Wednesday when the 13-16 year old’s took part in welding eagles, they fortunately didn’t fly when Continue reading