The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently. Chamber Ambassador Mike Gogin of Mike Gogin – State Farm (L) presented Jon Koch, Dean of the Waukesha County Technical College Business School with a plaque from the chamber. Also pictured (l-r) are Chamber Board Member Scott Heyerdahl, Scott Heyerdahl- First Weber, Premier Partners.; Chamber Ambassador Nick Jensen, Keller Williams Realty, Milwaukee Lake Country; Dr. Bradley Beran, WCTC – Waukesha County Technical College; Andrea Wolf, WCTC; and Dr. Cyndi Kaye Lambach, WCTC.
For nearly a century, Waukesha County Technical College, the leader in workforce development, has been preparing students for success within the regional and global economy. Today the College offers more than 150 areas of study, including associate degree, technical diploma, apprenticeship and short-term certificate programs.
WCTC offers programs that are as diverse as their students. All of their programs offer comprehensive training in skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace. For those who aspire to further their education, WCTC offers numerous transfer agreements with four-year colleges and universities.
Business leaders are a key partner: More than 700 business professionals serve on WCTC’s advisory committees to ensure that what they teach in the classroom reflects the latest industry needs. Their caring instructors, who have impressive work histories and education credentials, create a learning environment that is rich and relevant.
WCTC is located at 800 Main St, Pewaukee and can be reached at (262) 691-5227. For more information visit www.wctc.edu.