Before you buy a house, before you apply for a job, before you take a trip … what do these things all have in common? The word “before.” Before is the time that you gather information. Before is making sure you understand what is about to happen. Before is when you analyze data and then use that to make a decision.
In the world of business, decisions can be the difference between success and failure. The before scenario in the workplace is where a business analyst shines. Continue reading
If we want to improve student learning, we really should focus on making sure faculty have what they need to support their teaching endeavors. A new program at Moraine Park has been designed to do just that! Continue reading
It’s pretty rare that you get everything you ask for, but that’s exactly what’s happening to Moraine Park when it comes to Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) grants. Every year WTCS makes funds available to the 16 technical college districts (and others) in Wisconsin, but recently more and more of these grants have been competitive.
Most of the time, most colleges have to settle for only a portion of what they are hoping for. Continue reading
Moraine Park recently held “Transfer Fairs” at each of its campuses. Our College has developed strong relationships with many four-year colleges/universities to help students earn a bachelor’s degree, and our Transfer Fairs provided a great opportunity for students to speak in-person with representatives from these various schools.
What’s that? You missed out on attending the Transfer Fairs but still want to learn about your options? Well, don’t you worry. We’ve got your back! Check out the many credit transfer agreements Moraine Park has to offer at the links below: Continue reading
Senator Dan Feyen stopped by Moraine Park Technical College’s Fond du Lac campus on Monday morning to take a tour of our facilities. Guiding him on the tour were Moraine Park President Bonnie Baerwald, Vice President of Student Affairs Stan Cram and Vice President of Academic Affairs Jim Eden, along with Recruitment Specialist Erin Wierenga.
The Senator is focused on continuing to help in closing the skills gap, and technical education is important to him. With that in mind, the visit gave us an opportunity to show off our great programs and discuss what we think he could work on during his term. Continue reading
Are you an adult considering college? Have you withdrawn from school or are you hoping to transfer to a new school?
Students who have withdrawn from school without completing a degree may find themselves in some difficulty. They may owe money on student loans, but not have the degree or diploma they need to find a career that will leave them the ability to pay the loans back.