2. Service Relationship

Networking brings together people with common interests and provides vehicles for information sharing. Members are committed to communication and developing common understanding.

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory Commitee

Partnership Type: 
Advisory Committee
Partnership Level: 
2. Service Relationship

MATC's occupational programs are advised by external committees made-up of incumbent workers, program graduates and supervisors of employees in the occupation.

 

With MATC faculty and staff serving as resources, the committees are linked to the curriculum development process by providing insight and direction based on professional experiences.

 

Program advisory committees assist in maintaining programs that are technologically current and responsive to workforce needs.

 

The committees are critical in occupational program development, modification, and discontinuance.

 

Industry Members Include

 

 

Dr. Stan Stojkovic - Dean, Social Welfare, UW-Milwaukee

 

Chief Tom Bauer - Oak Creek Police Department

 

Chief Tom Czaja - Point Police Department

 

Chief Frank Springob - Greenfield Police Department

MATC Employees engaged: 
Jim Dailey
Paul Stuhmer
Constance Prange
Timothy Talaska
Vincent J.Vitale
LuAnn Dietrich
Mary Brindowski
Contact Person external to MATC: 
none
Department/Division: 
Technology and Applied Sciences

Automotive Technology (ASSET) A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory Commitee

Partnership Type: 
Advisory Committee
Partnership Level: 
2. Service Relationship

MATC's occupational programs are advised by external committees made-up of incumbent workers, program graduates and supervisors of employees in the occupation.

 

With MATC faculty and staff serving as resources, the committees are linked to the curriculum development process by providing insight and direction based on professional experiences.

 

Program advisory committees assist in maintaining programs that are technologically current and responsive to workforce needs.

 

The committees are critical in occupational program development, modification, and discontinuance.

 

 

Industry Members Include  

  1.  Rick Elliott                             Ford Motor Company
  2. Peter Loberg                        Schlossmann’s Honda City
  3. Jon Nemke                           Schmit Ford         
  4. Matt Zuehlk                           Ford Motor Company    
  5. Jeff Dowd                             WATDA
  6.  Ray Pedersen                      WATDA
  7. Mike Schulz                          Gordie Boucher
  8.  Rachel Symoniak                 Hiller Ford
  9.  Harold Zimdars                    Zimdars Motors

 

               

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
Becky Alsup
Julie Klug
Scott Scheife
David Schwid
Tim Stankey
Margie Zamorski
Contact Person external to MATC: 
none
Department/Division: 
Technology and Applied Sciences

Cardiovascular Technology A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory Commitee

Partnership Type: 
Advisory Committee
Partnership Level: 
2. Service Relationship

MATC's occupational programs are advised by external committees made-up of incumbent workers, program graduates and supervisors of employees in the occupation.

 

With MATC faculty and staff serving as resources, the committees are linked to the curriculum development process by providing insight and direction based on professional experiences.

 

Program advisory committees assist in maintaining programs that are technologically current and responsive to workforce needs.

 

The committees are critical in occupational program development, modification, and discontinuance.

 

Industry Members Include

 

 

Elsner

Haynes

Hillmann

Jassak 

Larson

Kelly

Mahn

Nikolaus

Simpson

Stawicki

Smoody

Thompson

Wurth

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
Richard Ammon
Maria Figueroa
Erwin Wuehr
Rick Dettman
Anne Kaczmarski
Kayla Schulz
Contact Person external to MATC: 
none
Department/Division: 
Health Occupations

eCommerce/Web Administration A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory Committee

Partnership Type: 
Advisory Committee
Partnership Level: 
2. Service Relationship

MATC's occupational programs are advised by external committees made-up of incumbent workers, program graduates and supervisors of employees in the occupation.

 

With MATC faculty and staff serving as resources, the committees are linked to the curriculum development process by providing insight and direction based on professional experiences.

 

Program advisory committees assist in maintaining programs that are technologically current and responsive to workforce needs.

 

The committees are critical in occupational program development, modification, and discontinuance.

 

Industry Members Include

 

William Kellner - JCP Logistics LP

Greg Kosmeder - JC Penny

Adonica Randall - Connection Stratagies, Ent., Inc.

Greg Ryan - Ecommandos

Eric Rehl - Robert W. Baird

Chris Remington - Trivera Interactive

Ryan Schmidt - Midwest Airlines

Eileeen Soto - eSoto Solution. LLC

Roxanne Baumann - WMEP

Scott Isaacs - Fullhouse

Jason Evans - GS Design

Paul Guellar - Hanson Dodge Creative, Inc.

Patrick Torhorst - Quest CE

 

 

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
Steve Burleson
Rich Busalacchi
Jonathan Meersmen
Suzanne Moore
MariJo Travis
Contact Person external to MATC: 
none
Department/Division: 
Business & Information Technology
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