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Employers

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98%

of employers surveyed said a technical college was important to the success of their business

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Graduates

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94%

of technical college grads are employed within 6 months of graduation

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You need a skilled workforce. We can help.

With a focus on developing technical skills through hands-on learning and work experience, Wisconsin's technical colleges are your talent pipeline.

Because employers are in on the ground floor in program design, you can be certain that when you hire a technical college graduate, they will have the skills you need on day one.

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Walter James - Supply Chain Management Alum

Walter James is a 2019 Southwest Wisconsin Technical College graduate of the Supply Chain Management Associate’s degree program. This program is delivered completely online allowing students from all across the United States to take Southwest Tech classes.

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Apprenticeships a Boon to Students, Workforce

In 1911, Wisconsin became the pioneer for the Registered Apprenticeship system in the United States, and in 1937, Congress enacted the National Apprenticeship Act establishing the program as it is today.

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Employer Satisfaction

High-quality employer partnerships, in every economic sector and region of the state, are unique to the our colleges' programs and services.

The result of this employer engagement in the development of technical college programs is consistent value for employers and a proven, sustained track record of delivering positive graduate outcomes.

This report summarizes the most recent employer survey results, an effort to gauge satisfaction with WTCS programs and graduates’ skills. This survey is conducted every four years.

Read the publication online here or download using the links below.

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