There is no charge for tuition. No income qualifications required. However, a $30 program admission fee is required upon admittance into the boot camp.
Additional funding resources available for those who qualify from:
- Local job centers
- WIOA-Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
- W2-Wisconsin Works Program
- TAA-Trade Adjustment Assistance Program
- DVR-Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
- FSET-FoodShare Employment & Training
Boot Camp Criteria
Anyone can apply to participate in boot camps. Individuals must attend an information and testing session and are required to attain minimum scores in Reading and Math on the Accuplacer as well as take a series of Mechanical Aptitude tests for the participating businesses.
Interested in Welding or CNC Boot Camps? For more information – call 920-924-3334, TTY/VP: Use Relay/VRS or email email@example.com.
Individuals interested in participating are required to attend an information and testing session. Call 920-924-3334, TTY/VP: Use Relay/VRS or email firstname.lastname@example.org for dates and registration information.
Visit our Student Success Center for help with reading and math or our Career Center for resume writing and interviewing skills.
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Phone: 920-924-3334, TTY/VP: Use Relay/VRS