1. Sharing Relationship

Both partners are getting acquainted and developing trust and ideas about mutually beneficial ways to collaborate. They are exchanging information without committing.

MCA-I / Educators partnership

Partnership Type: 
Diversity
Entrepreneurial
Mentoring
Networking
Professional Association
Partnership Level: 
1. Sharing Relationship

This is a networking and mentoring type of partnership.

The Media Communications Association - International, Milwaukee Chapter provides networking opportunities for students by allowing students to attend meeting free of charge.  MCA-I strives to hold at least one meeting annually that is student-focused and can showcase student work and provide professional feedback.  MCA-I includes an educator list in it's Newsletter Emails and attempts to involve educators in its leadership committee.

MCA-I members are also informed of and invited to participate in MATC events such as Portfolio night.  MCA-I members have served as advisory committee members and on special advisory summits at MATC.

MATC Employees engaged: 
David Thomas
John Grozic
Alain DeMars
Contact Person external to MATC: 
Michael Brown
List of Stakeholders: 
MATC Graphic Arts Students
MATC TV/Video Students
Non-broadcast Video Production community
Vendors and suppliers to the industry
MATC Agency (Department): 

HIRE (Help In Re-Employment)

Partnership Type: 
Project
Partnership Level: 
1. Sharing Relationship

Welcome to the HIRE Center

Dislocated worker retraining program

Plant closings, disaster recovery

RIF

downsizing

Five organizations

Co-located

to provide comprehensive re-employment services to the group

the five organizations:

MATC

Labor Education Training Center (LETC)

Job Service

Milwaukee Area Labor Council AFL-CIO

Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board

Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
Alfredo Luna
Hoja Stolen
Betsy Johnson
Contact Person external to MATC: 
Alba Baltatano,
List of Stakeholders: 
Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership

Skillz for Success - Customer Service Excellence

Partnership Type: 
Project
Partnership Level: 
1. Sharing Relationship

YWCA, Empowering Women, Eliminating Racism

A collaboration between MATC, Multicultural Community Services, and YWCA to provide advanced skills training to youth ages 16-18 in retail hostpitality industry using the National Retail Federation Foundation Curriculum. At the end of the training, youth obtain a certification of completion from MATC and test for the NRF certification.

 

YWCA

Multicultural Community Services

Lisa Boyd-Gonzalez

Nancy Nestler

MATC Employees engaged: 
Sandi McClary
Contact Person external to MATC: 
Lisa Boyd-Gonzalez
List of Stakeholders: 
Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board
Bayshore Town Center
Community Agency: 

Southeast Wisconsin Service Learning Consortium

Partnership Type: 
Project
Partnership Level: 
1. Sharing Relationship

K-12 and higher education administrators collaborating and advancing service learning in their institutions and communities.

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Contact Person external to MATC: 
Pam Proulx-Curry, Executive Director Wisconsin Campus Compact
List of Stakeholders: 
Milwaukee Public School System
Cedarburg School District
Racine School District
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
MATC Agency (Department): 
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