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Northeast Wisconsin Technical College’s President of Learning, Dr. Kathryn Rogalski recognized by the Aspen Institute

  NWTC’s Rogalski selected for prestigious fellowship Posted Yesterday At 8:36pm by Tanner Bickford One of the nation’s rising community college leaders is closer than you know. Northeast Wisconsin Technical College announced that the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program named Dr. Kathryn Rogalski, NWTC’s vice president of learning, as one of forty leaders to be a part of this year’s Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship. Current and former community college presidents will mentor those selected for the 10-month fellowship that starts in November. […]

Derek Newton (Forbes) makes a simple, direct case for pursuing a college degree

The decision to pursue a college degree has always been tough, complex and risky – in that it requires commitments and compromises other paths forward.  this piece unclutters the decision with pretty straight forward economics and return on investment – in yourself.

Christopher Caldwell named President of the College of the Menominee Nation

Caldwell Named President of the College of Menominee Nation    Christopher Caldwell has been named President of the College of Menominee Nation (CMN) by the CMN Board of Trustees. The Board is led by Chairperson Gary Frechette, Vice-Chairperson Sara LaBarge, members; Shannon Chapman, Jesse Waukau, Michael Delabrue, Crystal Chapman-Chevalier and Marcus Denny. Caldwell assumes the position on June 25, 2021.   Caldwell has been serving as Interim President of the College since February 2020. Frechette noted his leadership after the […]

It definitely pays to obtain post secondary education

The relationship of education and earning power is highlighted in this data from the census bureau.  This article shows two graphic pictures of earning power and unemployment during 2020.  The pandemic clearly magnified employment resilience for those with education credentials beyond high school.

UW Regents recognize UWO’s Kimberly Langolf for Campus Covid testing response

Kimberly Langolf, director of Risk and Sponsored Programs at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, is still amazed to think her ninth and 10th years on the job focused on leading response to COVID-19 testing and vaccination. “I would say predicting a global pandemic and my role was not in my ‘crystal ball’ for my career path,” Langolf said. “However, I felt that I had a unique set of experiences and skills that I could use to make a positive impact […]

UW enrollments on the rise

This may be a good indication of how a post-pandemic student population is responding to some positive Covid 19 trends.

A unique perspective on the current worker shortage

This is a unique perspective on the surge in talent demand and the decision drivers for displaced workers as we come out of public health mandates due to Covid 19.  This is focused on Nevada’s tourism workforce, but it has lots of implications across the country, including here in Northeast Wisconsin

An opinion piece that brings the skills gap ahead of the demand for talent

this opinion piece from Mayor Barret has a couple of nice – startling facts that show we’re right back to pre-pandemic workforce shortages, but his focus is on building skills.  It puts the emphasis on skills, skill building, education and training over that of the end result – filled jobs.
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