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Your Workforce Partner


At Moraine Park Technical College, we understand you rely on us to provide your future and current team members with the skills and knowledge they need to help your business thrive. As your educational and workforce partner, we offer a variety of services that will help you attract and retain the talent that you need.

Moraine Park Technical College is part of the Wisconsin Technical College System and serves students and business partners across ten counties at all stages of life and careers. The College plays a crucial role in educating students across a variety of in-demand programs and in training for industry-critical jobs in the region. Moraine Park has campuses in Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac and West Bend.

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of our current workforce plans to retire in the next 10-15 years.
of Wisconsin jobs require technical skills training.
of workers have the appropriate skills/training to fill those jobs.
of MPTC grads say they are satisfied/very satisfied with their training.


Apprenticeship programs are sponsored by employers, employer associations or labor groups and offer students the opportunity to learn while they work.

Apprenticeships allow individuals to learn while on the job to foster growth within existing and emerging industries and occupations. Moraine Park offers paid-related instruction to employer-sponsored apprentices in the following Registered Apprenticeship programs:

  • ABC Construction Electrician
  • ABC Carpentry, Tool and Die Technologies
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Industrial Electrician
  • IT Service Desk
  • IT Software Developer
  • IT Data Analyst
  • Financial Services Professional
  • Medical Assistant
  • Cosmetology
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator


Moraine Park is helping combat the skilled worker shortage by providing skill development (or boot camps) in a variety of Manufacturing Skills Academies. Partner with employers to provide employment opportunities for boot camp students.


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Program advisory committees provide insight on current practices, labor needs and future industry trends to guide curricular outcomes and equipment purchases. It is through this guidance programs can be attentive and responsive to the needs and expectations of business and industry in the College district. Membership is comprised of program area practitioners from district employers.


Industry steering committees are sector representative, such as manufacturing or health. The purpose of these committees is to engage senior-level representatives from district employers in an effort to identify and discuss visions and trends in workforce, practices, processes, and equipment in order to help guide longterm planning and decision-making at the College.

If your company would like to discuss representation on these committees, please contact Dr. Fred Rice, Associate Vice President of Academics, at frice@morainepark.edu.


Moraine Park experts will work with you to develop customized solutions, professional development opportunities, seminars and more. These can be held at your location or on a Moraine Park Campus and can be scheduled to fit the needs of your business.

English Language Learners (ELL)

At Moraine Park, English Language Learners can get the help they need to succeed in school and the community.


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FACT (Forming Alliances to Cultivate Talent) partners have the opportunity to connect with students through a manufacturing job fair, classroom presentations and the FACT scholarship luncheon.

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Employers can visit any Moraine Park Technical College campus to meet with students about open positions within your business.


Moraine Park offers more than 100 program and certificate options to high school graduates and adult learners.

Moraine Park’s State Certified Firefighter 2 and EMT classes holding a vehicle extrication training exercise.
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Community partners can rent meeting rooms or conference spaces on any Moraine Park campus.

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The Moraine Park Foundation partners with individuals and businesses to help make education accessible and affordable for Moraine Park students through scholarship assistance. Your business can create a named scholarship, and you will have the opportunity to meet your scholarship recipient(s).

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Moraine Park Technical College is an equal opportunity and affirmative action College. Women, minorities, those with different abilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit morainepark.edu/nondiscrimination. TTY/VP: Use Relay/VRS.