PartnershipBodyPartnership TypePartnership Level MATC Employees engagedContact Person external to MATCPartnership WebsiteList of StakeholdersPhone NumberMATC Department/DivisionCommunity AgencyDepartment/DivisionCommunity PartnerUpdated date
MATCPartners.org Development ProjectBucketworks and the MATC Partnerships and Collaboration core committee came together to help MATC with program development and partner development.  This website is the result of that effort
Entrepreneurial
Project
Service Learning
Working Group
3. Exchange RelationshipDavid ThomasJames Carlson, Kevin CiesielskiMATCPartners.org Development ProjectPartnership and Collaboration Core CommitteeBucketworksBucketworks12/06/2010 - 11:59
North Region Academic Partnership (NRAP)Purpose:  Bring all of the 10 regional schools in the North area to ensure there is smooth artciulation agreements to graduate from highschool and enter MATC.  To look at dual-credit enrollment activities.  Share best practices between MATC and faculty and staff Identify technology needs and resources that districts need and for MATC to meet those needs Provide support around grants and development 10 schoolsK-12 Articulation1. Sharing Relationship
Dr. Townsend
Dr. Terry Ferkins
Jonathan Feld
Barbara Cannell
Terry BricklandBrown Deer HighschoolAcademic Affairs - Mequon Campus11/08/2010 - 17:38
Southeast Wisconsin Service Learning ConsortiumK-12 and higher education administrators collaborating and advancing service learning in their institutions and communities.  Project1. Sharing Relationship
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Pam Proulx-Curry, Executive Director Wisconsin Campus CompactMilwaukee Public School SystemOffice of Engaged and Service Learning11/08/2010 - 17:38
Advisory Committee for Visual CommunicationsMembers of the committee consist of the faculty from the Dept of Visual Communications and professionals from the community who work in that field. We meet regularly to develop the curriculum towards relevance in the public world. We track industry trends, link the programming to the professional world, and organize visits of students to advisory committees and provide linkages to internships within organizations. Membership Includes:Jon Chapman , R.A. Smith & Associates, Inc.   Dustin Dupree , Discovery World  Jason Evans , G. S. Design  Mark Irving , iLevel Media  Brad Krause , Radiancee Media(Self Employed) Josh Rasmussen , Midland Video Production  Mike Roth , BVK  Jackie Schneider , Johnson Controls  Tom Snyder , Trivera Interactive  Matt Wooten , Planetarium Producer    
Advisory Committee
Curriculum Review
Networking
4. Cooperative Relationship
Susan Retzer
James MacDonald
John Grozik
Thay Yang
Charisse Place
Unknown1 (414) 297-6433MATC Department of Visual CommunicationsBusiness & Information Technology02/11/2011 - 13:02
Skillz for Success - Customer Service ExcellenceA 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 NestlerProject1. Sharing RelationshipSandi McClaryLisa Boyd-GonzalezMilwaukee Area Workforce Investment BoardOffice of Economic Development and Community PartnersYWCA-Community LabYWCA-Community Lab05/18/2011 - 14:23
HIRE (Help In Re-Employment)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  Project1. Sharing Relationship
Alfredo Luna
Hoja Stolen
Betsy Johnson
Alba Baltatano,Wisconsin Regional Training PartnershipOffice of Economic Development and Community Partners05/18/2011 - 14:23
MCA-I / Educators partnershipThis 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.
Diversity
Entrepreneurial
Mentoring
Networking
Professional Association
1. Sharing Relationship
David Thomas
John Grozic
Alain DeMars
Michael BrownMCA-I / Educators partnershipMATC Graphic Arts StudentsMATC Department of Visual CommunicationsMedia Communications Association - International, Milwaukee ChapterMedia Communications Association - International, Milwaukee Chapter11/08/2010 - 17:38
UWM School of Education / MATC Teacher Education trackpartnership defined by common goals of dual enrollment, college transfer, and urban mission
Advisory Committee
Curriculum Review
Grants
Higher Education
Internship
Mentoring
4. Cooperative Relationship
Dr. Wilma Bonaparte
Eva Hagenhofer
David Espinoza
Patti Gondek
Barbara Logan, Rob Longwell-Grice, Gail Schneiderstudents1 (414) 297-8391LAS / Education Department / Teacher Education trackUWM School of EducationUWM School of Education11/08/2010 - 17:38
Service-Learning at Journey HouseService-Learning at Journey House: Placements at Journey House work toward a  mission "to increase education, reduce unemployment & crime, strengthen families, and revitalize neighborhoods" while using a self-help philosophy.  Tutoring and program development are needed at multiple locations, including the Adult Learning Center, the Youth Center, the Journey House Soccer League, Allen Field Elementary Shcool, Longfellow Elementary School, Gustav A. Fritsche Middle School, and Humboldt Park K-8 School. 
CBO (Community Based Organization)
Project
Service Learning
3. Exchange Relationship
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Service-Learning Team
Gina Gomez, Michele BriaMATC studentsOffice of Engaged and Service LearningJourney HouseOffice of Engaged and Service LearningJourney House11/08/2010 - 17:38
Service-Learning at Milwaukee Habitat for HumanityService-Learning at Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity:  Through the “building or rehabilitation of modest but adequate housing,” Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity seeks to uplift communities “to create an environment of hope, dignity, and a truly human existence for all people.”  Students can help with projects ranging from on-site construction to teaching financial literacy to Habitat clients.  
CBO (Community Based Organization)
Project
Service Learning
3. Exchange Relationship
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Service-Learning Team
Katie KowalskiMATC studentsOffice of Engaged and Service LearningHabitat for HumanityOffice of Engaged and Service LearningHabitat for Humanity11/08/2010 - 17:38
Service-Learning at Benedict CenterService-Learning at Benedict Center:  The mission at Benedict Center enables students to “work with victims, offenders, and the community to achieve a system of criminal justice that is fair and treats every person involved with dignity and respect.”  Placement can involve projects such as the Community Justice Action Coalition, the Community Justice Center Initiative, the Sentencing Advocacy Program, the Women’s Harm Reduction Program, the Milwaukee County Jail, and providing office support.
CBO (Community Based Organization)
Project
Service Learning
3. Exchange Relationship
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Mary Pat UtechOffice of Engaged and Service LearningBenedict CenterOffice of Engaged and Service LearningBenedict Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Service-Learning at Hunger Task ForceService-Learning at Hunger Task Force:  The Hunger Task Force seeks to “prevent hunger and malnutrition by providing food to people in need today and by promoting social policies to achieve food security tomorrow.”  After on-site training, students work collaboratively toward the dual objectives of the agency: advocacy and food banking. 
CBO (Community Based Organization)
Project
Service Learning
3. Exchange Relationship
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Service-Learning TeamMATC studentsOffice of Engaged and Service LearningHunger Task ForceOffice of Engaged and Service LearningHunger Task Force11/08/2010 - 17:38
Service-Learning at Repairers of the BreachService-Learning at Repairers of the Breach:  Repairers of the Breach “bring forth homeless people to act collectively to change the present conditions under which they live, through advocacy, education, and direct action.”  As the sole daytime shelter in our area, Repairers of the Breach serve 120-150 adults daily.  Student involvement is needed for evening social programs, gardening, distributing non-perishables/clothing, and renovating office space. 
CBO (Community Based Organization)
Project
Service Learning
3. Exchange Relationship
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Maryann RadowskiOffice of Engaged and Service LearningRepairers of the BreachOffice of Engaged and Service LearningRepairers of the Breach11/08/2010 - 17:38
Service-Learning at Urban Ecology CenterService-Learning at Urban Ecology Center:  With two outdoor laboratories and a “green” main office building, the Urban Ecology Center works to provide “informational exhibits and user-friendly resource materials about the environment to the community.”  Outreach projects have involved students in the restoration of the Menomonee Valley building and program development at the Washington Park site.    
CBO (Community Based Organization)
Project
Service Learning
3. Exchange Relationship
Dr. Courtney Marlaire
Suzanne Goodrich
Beth Fetterley, Ken LeinbachMATC studentsOffice of Engaged and Service LearningUrban Ecology CenterOffice of Engaged and Service LearningUrban Ecology Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
OnRamp & MATCOnRamp is an organization working to create diversity in the ranks of the advertising/design/media industries in Milwaukee.  OnRamp connects High School students with industry mentors and agencies in a 16-18 week structured program that teaches students the basics of the advertising and design industry through the creation and marketing of a T-Shirt brand.  MATC School of Creative Technologies faculty provide support to the program.
Advocacy
Diversity
Mentoring
Networking
Non-Profit
Technology
workforce development
Working Group
3. Exchange Relationship
David Thomas
Bob Stocki
Andrea KhanOnRamp & MATCMilwaukee Institute of Art and DesignSchool of Media and Creative ArtsOnRampBusiness & Information TechnologyOnRamp01/03/2013 - 16:27
Adult Education Center at Goodwill IndustriesBasic Skills    levels 1-6      referrals from agency only.
Basic Skills
HSED/GED/Basic Skills
Job Training
3. Exchange RelationshipPeter KafkasPeter Kafkas, Julie Kerr-Nicholson1 (414) 353-6400Pre-College Education DivisionGoodwill IndustriesPre-College Education DivisionGoodwill Industries11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Education at Benedict CenterAdult education center offering basic skills, levels 1-6 & GED preperation.
Basic Skills
HSED/GED/Basic Skills
3. Exchange RelationshipDonna HietpasAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 347-1774Pre-College Education DivisionBenedict CenterPre-College Education DivisionBenedict Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Education at CYDAdult education levels 1-6, Spanish GED.
Basic Skills
ESL
HSED/GED/Basic Skills
OTHER
3. Exchange Relationship
Wilma Spann
Andrew Ward
Rebecca Quesada
James NelsonAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 264-6888Pre-College Education DivisionCareer Youth DevelopmentPre-College Education DivisionCareer Youth Development11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Education with Milwaukee Urban LeagueAdult education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Deanna Durham
Kimberly Purifoy
Shirley SharpAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 374-5850Pre-College Education DivisionUrban LeaguePre-College Education DivisionUrban League11/08/2010 - 17:38
Northcott Neighborhood Adult Education CenerAdult Education levels 1-6.  Together, MATC and Northcott provide HSED / GE/ and basic skills classes and instructionsal services to people who need them at the community site.Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Dennis Bodden
Jacqueline Jolly
Gloria Pitchford-Nicholas (Dean)
Dr. James Campbell
LaTonya Lucas, Executive Director MacWaddleAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 372-3770Pre-College Education DivisionNorthcott Neighborhood CenterPre-College Education DivisionNorthcott Neighborhood Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Education Center at New Concepts Adult Education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipVonnie OrrVanessa KeyAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 344-5788Pre-College Education DivisionNew ConceptsPre-College Education DivisionNew Concepts11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at International Learning CenterAdult Basic Education at   Adult Basic Education levels 1-6. Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipAnna BiererRichard CoxAdult Basic Education at Adult Basic Education levels 1-6. Learners1 (414) 344-4777Pre-College Education DivisionInternational Learning CenterPre-College Education DivisionInternational Learning Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
YWCA Community Lab, Adult Basic EducationAdult Basic Education levels 1-6. Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Carolyn Allen
Timothy Foran
Paula PenebakerAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 267-3146Pre-College Education DivisionYWCA-Community LabPre-College Education DivisionYWCA-Community Lab05/18/2011 - 14:23
Adult Basic Education at The Adult Learning Center Adult Basic Education levels 1-6. Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipJon GilgenbachAnn Marie PalmisanoAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 263-5874Pre-College Education DivisionThe Adult Learning CenterPre-College Education DivisionThe Adult Learning Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Next Door FoundationAdult Basic Education levels 1-6. Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipHolly ThielenSharon MarksAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 562-2929Pre-College Education DivisionNext Door FoundationPre-College Education DivisionNext Door Foundation11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Word of Hope Ministries, Inc. Adult Basic Education levels 1-6. Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipRhonda PateNeddie GaleAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 447-0138Pre-College Education DivisionWord of Hope Ministries, Inc.Pre-College Education DivisionWord of Hope Ministries, Inc.11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Multicultural Community ServicesAdult Basic Education levels 1-6. Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Tracey Flores
George Nestler
Steven Shea
Judith Salinsky
Nancy PetersAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 527-1010Pre-College Education DivisionMulticultural Comminity ServicesPre-College Education DivisionMulticultural Comminity Services11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Literacy Services of Wisconsin Adult Basic Education levels 1-6. Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipBarbarua FelixAdult Basic Education LearnersPre-College Education DivisionLiteracy Services of WisconsinPre-College Education DivisionLiteracy Services of Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Silver Spring Neighborhood CenterAdult education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipXang ThaoKathy JohnsonAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 463-7950Pre-College Education DivisionSilver Spring Neighborhood CenterPre-College Education DivisionSilver Spring Neighborhood Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Milwaukee Achiever Literacy ServicesAdult Basic Education levels 1,2,3 ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Brooke Haley
Tiffany Prather
Tracey Loken WeberAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 643-5108Pre-College Education DivisionMilwaukee Achiever Literacy servicesPre-College Education DivisionMilwaukee Achiever Literacy services11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Social Development CenterAdult Basic Education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Gwen Carter
Marsha Connett
Lew Eastern
Mary Flynn
Milton Mitchell
Sheila Taugher
Terry BrennanAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 906-2739Pre-College Education DivisionSocial Development CommissionPre-College Education DivisionSocial Development Commission11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at COA Youth and Family CenterAdult Basic Education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Lynne Milton
Reginal Hillman
Wendy GreenAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 265-7686Pre-College Education DivisionCOA Youth & Family CenterPre-College Education DivisionCOA Youth & Family Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Christian Fellowship Community ChurchAdult Basic Education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipPastor Mary JilesAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 873-4671Pre-College Education DivisionChristian Fellowship Community ChurchPre-College Education DivisionChristian Fellowship Community Church11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Hillside Learning CenterAdult Basic Education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipMary Alice TamsenMary Alice TamsenAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 224-7239Pre-College Education DivisionHillside Learning CenterPre-College Education DivisionHillside Learning Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Journey House Adult Basic Education ProgramAdult Basic Education levels 1-6 & ELL.Basic Skills Educaton3. Exchange Relationship
Ann Bria
Michele Bria
Eileen Marotte
Glorianne MatherAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 389-5080Pre-College Education DivisionJourney HousePre-College Education DivisionJourney House11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at UMOSAdult Basic Education levels 1-6 & ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipTony TsaiTony TsaiAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 389-6260Pre-College Education DivisionUMOSPre-College Education DivisionUMOS11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at the Spanish CenterAdult Basic Education levels 1-6 & ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Joyce Kindsfater
Terri Corrigan
Diane Steigerwald
Kay MacKenzieAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 384-7420Pre-College Education DivisionSpanish CenterPre-College Education DivisionSpanish Center11/08/2010 - 17:38
Adult Basic Education at Esperanza UnidaAdult Basic Education levels 1-6 & ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipMarguerite McGillRamon GelyAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 671-0251Pre-College Education DivisionEsperanza UnidaPre-College Education DivisionEsperanza Unida11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Hope HouseAdult Basic Education levels 1-6.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipFred De la RosaWendy KukakAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 645-2122Pre-College Education DivisionHope HousePre-College Education DivisionHope House11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Milwaukee Careers CooperativeAdult Basic Education levels 1-6. (Referrals from contracted agencies only)Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Carolyn Allen
Rheba Currie
Tanya HenryMillwaukee Careers CooperativeAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 937-8260Pre-College Education DivisionMilwaukee Careers CooperativePre-College Education DivisionMilwaukee Careers Cooperative11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Genesis Behavorial ServicesAdult Basic Education levels 1-6. (referrals from agency only)Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipMichelle CrockettAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 777-1570Pre-College Education DivisionGenesis Behavorial ServicesPre-College Education DivisionGenesis Behavorial Services11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Goodwill IndustriesAdult Basic Education levels 1-6. (referrals from agency only)Basic Skills3. Exchange Relationship
Peter Kafkas
Julie Kerr-Nicholson
Jennifer KingAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 353-6400Pre-College Education DivisionGoodwill IndustriesPre-College Education DivisionGoodwill Industries11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Salvation ArmyAdult Basic Education for Spanish GED.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipTimothy MorganJason GrandstaffAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 276-4316Pre-College Education DivisionSalvation ArmyPre-College Education DivisionSalvation Army11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Allen Field SchoolAdult Basic Education Spanish GED.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipMs. SantiagoAdult Basic Education LearnersPre-College Education DivisionAllen Field SchoolPre-College Education DivisionAllen Field School11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Forest Home Avenue SchoolAdult Basic Education for ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipLucy BermudezAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 902-6261Pre-College Education DivisionForest Home Avenue SchoolPre-College Education DivisionForest Home Avenue School11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Guadalupe Loyola HeadstartAdult Basic Education for ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipRosie SerranoAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 384-9830Pre-College Education DivisionGuadalupe Loyola HeadstartPre-College Education DivisionGuadalupe Loyola Headstart11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Riley SchoolAdult Basic Education for ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipAndrew PattersonAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 902-7105Pre-College Education DivisionRiley SchoolPre-College Education DivisionRiley School11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Rogers Street AcademyAdult Basic Education for ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipAlicia AlamoAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 902-1100Pre-College Education DivisionRoger Street AcademyPre-College Education DivisionRoger Street Academy11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Wedgewood Park International SchoolAdult Basic Education for Spanish GED.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipFreya NuemannAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 475-8078Pre-College Education DivisionWedgewood Park International SchoolPre-College Education DivisionWedgewood Park International School11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at St. Rafael SchoolAdult Basic Education for ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipCarolyn EttlieAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 645-1300Pre-College Education DivisionSt. Rafael SchoolPre-College Education DivisionSt. Rafael School11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at South Division High SchoolAdult Basic Education Spanish GED.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipDiana RosadoAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 902-8343Pre-College Education DivisionSouth Division High SchoolPre-College Education DivisionSouth Division High School11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at United Community CenterAdult Basic Education for ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipVirgilio RodriguezAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 389-4741Pre-College Education DivisionUnited Community CenterPre-College Education DivisionUnited Community Center11/08/2010 - 17:39
Adult Basic Education at Vieu SchoolAdult Basic Education for ELL.Basic Skills3. Exchange RelationshipEduardo GalvanAdult Basic Education Learners1 (414) 902-6105Pre-College Education DivisionVieu SchoolPre-College Education DivisionVieu School11/08/2010 - 17:39
Milwaukee Public Schools / MATC Teacher Education trackGuided by an MOU, Teacher Education faculty and staff place Teacher Education students in MPS classrooms for observations, service projects, and extended field experiences.Designated MPS staff participate in the Teacher Education track advisory committee meetings and speak to classes regarding current issues, procedures, policies of MPS.MATC participates in grant writing with MPS administrative staff e.g. DOE Transition to Teaching 
Advisory Committee
Resources (funding, grants, assets)
field experience opportunities
4. Cooperative Relationship
Eva Hagenhofer
David Espinoza
Patti Gondek
Wilma Bonaparte
Maria Ayala-Smith,LAS / Education Department / Teacher Education trackLiberal Arts & Sciences11/08/2010 - 17:39
United Migrant Opportunities ServicesAs part of the WisTEC grant, UMOS is contracted to refer clients to MATC programming in Advanced Manufacturing and Energy. 
Job Training
Employment
2. Service Relationship
Ken Johnson
Candice Zielinski
Shawntel Shands
Nicole FolleyUnited Migrant Opportunities Services1 (414) 389-6390Office of Economic Development and Community PartnersUMOSUMOS11/08/2010 - 17:39
Milwaukee Engineering and Technology PartnershipThis partnership hosts and manages the Wisconsin Regional Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.STEM5. Transformational Relationship
David Turner
Greg Holther
Terese Dressel
Kelly WesolowskiEngineers and Scientists of MilwaukeeDivision of Technology and Applied ScienceTechnology and Applied Sciences11/08/2010 - 17:39
Highway Technician Certification ProgramThrough this partnership, students in the Civil Engineering Technology program have the ability to become HTCP certified for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.  The certification training is integrated into the existing curriculum, and students can opt to take the certification test at MATC at the end of the semester.Certification Training/Testing5. Transformational Relationship
David Turner
Terese Dressel
Michael Benner
Ray SpellmanHighway Technician Certification ProgramMATC1 (608) 342-1545Division of Technology and Applied ScienceTechnology and Applied Sciences11/08/2010 - 17:39
Riverworks Development CorporationRecruit low-income participants for the WisTEC grant, in IMS certificates.Recruitment and Training3. Exchange Relationship
Ken Johnson
Candice Zielinski
Vanessa White, Workforce Development ManagerRiverworks Development Corporation1 (414) 906-9650Office of Economic Development and Community Partners11/08/2010 - 17:38
Milwaukee Area Investment Board, Inc.Recruitement and Training in Advance Manufacturing for the WisTEC grant.Recruitment and Training3. Exchange Relationship
Ken Johnson
Candice Zielinski
Chytania BrownMilwaukee Area Investment Board, Inc.1 (414) 270-1700Office of Economic Development and Community PartnersOther11/08/2010 - 17:39
First RoboticsRecruitment and Training teachers for First Robotics and MSSC with the WisTEC grant.  High school student designed robots for competition.
Recruitment and Training
High School Initiative
3. Exchange RelationshipCandice ZielinskiLauren Baker, Cooridnator - Career and Technical EducationFirst RoboticsHigh school students1 (414) 475-8060Office of Economic Development and Community PartnersMilwaukee Public SchoolsOffice of Corporate LearningMilwaukee Public Schools11/08/2010 - 17:39
Manufacturing Skill Standards Council High School InitiativeRecruitment and Traing for MSSC training with the WisTEC grant.Recruitment and Training3. Exchange RelationshipKathryn M. Clayton, Consultant - MSSC TrainingManufacturing Skill Standards Council High School Initiative1 (317) 926-5682Office of Economic Development and Community PartnersHarley-Davidson FoundationAcademic Affairs - Downtown CampusHarley-Davidson Foundation11/08/2010 - 17:39
UMOS WisTEC Training PartnershipRecruitment and Training in Advance Manufacturing with the WisTEC grant.Recruitment and Training3. Exchange RelationshipKen Johnson and Candice ZielinskiNicole Folley, Supervisor - Job Skills TrainingUMOS WisTEC Training Partnershipdisplace workers1 (414) 389-6390Office of Economic Development and Community PartnersUMOSOffice of Corporate LearningUMOS11/08/2010 - 17:39
Esperanza Unida WisTEC Training PartnershipRecruitment and Training in Advance Manufactuirng with the WisTEC grant.Recruitment and Training3. Exchange RelationshipKen Johnson and Candice ZielinskiRobert Miranda, Executive DirectorEsperanza Unida WisTEC Training Partnership1 (414) 671-0251Office of Economic Development and Community PartnersOther11/08/2010 - 17:39
Renewable Energy Summitrenewable energy5. Transformational RelationshipKen JohnsonDirector of Development Chair, Wisconsin Renewable Energy SummitRenewable Energy Summit1 (608) 576-3434Office of Economic Development and Community PartnersBucketworksOtherBucketworks11/08/2010 - 17:39
Gear-UpMATC is partnered with UWM in this federally funded program through the U.S DOE supporting local partnerships and state efforts for programs providing educational oppoptunities, support, and information to low-income middle and high school students. It encourages students to remain in school, stay on course, and attend college.College preparation3. Exchange RelationshipValencia WeinmanTanganyika BryantGear-UpHigh school students1 (414) 229-4287Pre-College Education DivisionMilwaukee Public SchoolsPre-College Education DivisionMilwaukee Public Schools11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with Aurora Health Care for Occupational Therapy Assistant ProgramClinical Affiliation Agreement with Aurora Health Care to provide clinical education for students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.  The agreement covers Aurora Heath Care Metro facilities:Aurora West Allis Medical Center, West Allis, WIAurora Sinai Medical Center, Milwaukee, WIAurora Medical Center, Hartford, WIAurora St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WIAurora St. Luke's South Shore, Cudahy, WI
Affiliate Agreement
Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Elaine Strachota-Clinical Coordinator
Richard Ammon-Associate Dean
Linda Esche-Agreement Coordinator
Site Educational CoordinatorsMATC Occupational Therapy Assistant students1 (262) 238-2237MATC Health Occupations DivisionAurora Health Care, Inc.Health OccupationsAurora Health Care, Inc.11/08/2010 - 17:39
Center for Driver's License Recovery and EmployabilityLack of a valid driver’s license is a significant barrier for many individuals, particularly persons who are low-income and are more easily caught in the cycle of serious legal, financial, and social consequences that can result from license suspension. Driver’s license recovery positively impacts the ability of low-income residents to obtain and retain employment, provide a better quality of life for themselves and their families, and fully participate in and contribute to their communities.The Center for Driver’s License Recovery and Employability is a collaborative effort that works to increase the number of licensed low-income drivers in Milwaukee County through case management and legal services; policy improvements to limit license suspensions and revocations to unsafe driving; driver's education for low-income teens; and community education.The Center is located on the campus of the Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) in downtown Milwaukee, within two blocks of the two major court systems, the Milwaukee County Circuit Court and Municipal Court of Milwaukee, as well as a major branch office of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Division of Motor Vehicles.
Economic Justice
Community Education
3. Exchange Relationship
Nichole Yunk
Joshua Isham
Kenneth Velasco
Jennifer Santellan
Bob SaynerCenter for Driver's License Recovery and EmployabilityLow-income residents who have lost their driver's license1 (414) 297-7235Pre-College Education DivisionOther11/08/2010 - 17:39
Alverno College Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)Alverno College provides a generous transfer credit policy.  We will consider all coursework taken at MATC with a grade of C or better.  To view a list of current transfer courses, go to www.alverno.edu and click the undergraduate link or call the Office of Admissions and ask to speak with a transfer counselor.   Credit is guaranteed for MATC courses that meet the agreement guidelines. Best Course of Study at MATC for Transfer to AlvernoA.A. Degree (Education)Associate of ArtsAssociate of Applied Science (Mid-Management)Associate of Applied Science (Marketing Management)Human Service Associate of Science (Community Leadership)Total Credits Needed to Transfer:  Transfer students should have a minimum of 12 credits at a 2.0 GPA to transfer to Alverno.  However, we will consider all students for admission on an individual basis.  Students who enter programs offered in Weekday College and who have at least 12 credit hours at a 2.5 GPA are eligible for scholarship consideration.IMPORTANT:  Students considering transfer to Alverno College should meet with an MATC program advisor or schedule an appointment with a Transfer Counselor at Alverno.        Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellPat KosharekAlverno College Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)MATC students1 (414) 382-6100Academic Services / Office of ArticulationAlverno CollegeAcademic Affairs - Downtown CampusAlverno College11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Phoenix Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)The agreement provides that all credit from associate degree (AA, AS, AAS, AGS, etc.) awarded by the Milwaukee Area Technical College will transfer to the University of Phoenix as a "block", meaning that all associate degree-related courses will automatically transfer.  The maximum of 72 of these transfer credits will apply to the Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM) degree (in states where offered).  A maximum of 60-69 transfer credits will apply to all other available bachelor programs.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellGregory A. GriffinUniversity of Phoenix Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)MATC students1 (866) 766-0766Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of PheonixCollege AdvancementUniversity of Pheonix11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Stout transfer agreement (All Inclusive)The University of Wisconsin-Stout and the Wisconsin Technical College System recently signed an articulation agreement connecting all programs with the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management (BSIM) degree from UW-Stout.  The agreement accepts successful completion of an A.A.S. or a two-year diploma at the WTCS school as fulfilling the technical emphasis area in UW-Stout's BS in Industrial Management program.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellUniversity of Wisconsin Stout Admissions OfficeUniversity of Wisconsin Stout transfer agreement (All Inclusive)MATC students1 (800) 447-8688Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin StoutCollege AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Stout11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Cardinal Stritch Transfer AgreementMATC offers over 50 tranferable degree programsTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellSusan SlonacUniversity of Cardinal Stritch Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationCardinal Stritch UniversityCollege AdvancementCardinal Stritch University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Marquette University Air Force ROTC Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)Students who are interested in pursuing a career as an officer in the U.S. Air Force have the opportunity to complete coursework at MATC, enroll in Marquette University Air Force ROTC courses, and transfer to an eligible 4-year institution to complete their Bachelor's degree.  Eligible students will receive full tuition support, and other benefits while participating in this program.  Upon satisfactory completion of all requirements, participants will be commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellMarquette University Air Force ROTC Admissions OfficeMarquette University Air Force ROTC Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)MATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMarquette University Air Force ROTCMarquette University Air Force ROTC11/08/2010 - 17:39
Mount Mary College Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)A May 1, 2003 formal articulation agreement establishes a cooperative relationship between Mount Mary College and Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), to assist each institution to better meet the educational needs of students.  The agreement sets forth policies and procedures by which MATC program students may transfer to Mount Mary College's baccalaureate program in Liberal Studies.Credit will be granted for MATC courses that meet the agreement guidelines; and Mount Mary College will recognize earned A.A., A.S., and A.A.S. degrees and guarantee those students junior standing.For complete details, contact the Articulation and Transfer Office at Mount Mary College or at MATC.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellKaren SiegelMount Mary College Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)MATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMount Mary CollegeCollege AdvancementMount Mary College11/08/2010 - 17:39
Ottawa University Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)Up to 80 semester hours of 100-200 level Milwaukee Area Technical College coursework will be accepted and applied toward the 128 semester hours required for the Bachelor's Degree at Ottawa University.  Students who graduate with an Associate in Science, Associate in Arts, Associate in Applied Science, or an Associate in Applied Arts degree will be accepted.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellTrisha FrederickOttawa University Transfer Agreement (All Inclusive)MATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationOttawa UniversityCollege AdvancementOttawa University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Anesthesia Technology A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory CommiteeMATC'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 IncludeBarbara Berg Waukesha Memorial Hospital  James DuCanto Anesthesiology Associates of Wisconsin  Beth Harenda St. Francis Hospital  David Heale Dr's Oxygen  Lori Keyes Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare All Saints  Samantha Lamb Froedert & Community Health  Rita Luckett Children Hospital  Benjamin Magestro Froedert Memorial Hospital  Julie Mull Columbia St. Mary's   Advisory Committee2. Service Relationship
Erwin Wuehr
Aimee Paquett
Richard Ammon
Maria Figueroa
noneMATC studentsAnesthesia Technology - A.A.S. Degree ProgramHealth Occupations11/08/2010 - 17:39
eCommerce/Web Administration A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory CommitteeMATC'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 LPGreg Kosmeder - JC PennyAdonica Randall - Connection Stratagies, Ent., Inc.Greg Ryan - EcommandosEric Rehl - Robert W. BairdChris Remington - Trivera InteractiveRyan Schmidt - Midwest AirlinesEileeen Soto - eSoto Solution. LLCRoxanne Baumann - WMEPScott Isaacs - FullhouseJason Evans - GS DesignPaul Guellar - Hanson Dodge Creative, Inc.Patrick Torhorst - Quest CE   Advisory Committee2. Service Relationship
Steve Burleson
Rich Busalacchi
Jonathan Meersmen
Suzanne Moore
MariJo Travis
noneeBusiness Technology Specialist - A.A.S. Degree ProgramBusiness & Information Technology11/08/2010 - 17:39
Cardiovascular Technology A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory CommiteeMATC'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  ElsnerHaynesHillmannJassak  LarsonKellyMahnNikolausSimpsonStawickiSmoodyThompsonWurth Advisory Committee2. Service Relationship
Richard Ammon
Maria Figueroa
Erwin Wuehr
Rick Dettman
Anne Kaczmarski
Kayla Schulz
noneCardiovascular Technology - A.A.S. Degree ProgramHealth Occupations11/08/2010 - 17:39
Automotive Technology (ASSET) A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory CommiteeMATC'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   Rick Elliott                             Ford Motor CompanyPeter Loberg                        Schlossmann’s Honda CityJon Nemke                           Schmit Ford          Matt Zuehlk                           Ford Motor Company    Jeff Dowd                             WATDA Ray Pedersen                      WATDAMike Schulz                          Gordie Boucher Rachel Symoniak                 Hiller Ford Harold Zimdars                    Zimdars Motors                  Advisory Committee2. Service Relationship
Becky Alsup
Julie Klug
Scott Scheife
David Schwid
Tim Stankey
Margie Zamorski
noneAutomotive Technology Comprehensive - A.A.S. Degree ProgramTechnology and Applied Sciences11/08/2010 - 17:39
Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory CommiteeMATC'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 DepartmentAdvisory Committee2. Service Relationship
Jim Dailey
Paul Stuhmer
Constance Prange
Timothy Talaska
Vincent J.Vitale
LuAnn Dietrich
Mary Brindowski
noneCriminal Justice/Law Enforcement - A.A.S. Degree ProgramTechnology and Applied Sciences11/08/2010 - 17:39
Bennett College Transfer AgreementMATC offers a Liberal Arts program transferable to a 4 year degree at Bennett College.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellUlisa BlowlesBennett College Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationBennett CollegeCollege AdvancementBennett College11/08/2010 - 17:39
Capella University Transfer AgreementMATC offers a Liberal Arts Program transferable to 5 BS degrees at Capella UniversityTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellMel DiniusCapella University Transfer Agreement MATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationCapella UniversityCollege AdvancementCapella University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Marquette University Transfer AgreementTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellConnie BennettMarquette University Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMarquetteCollege AdvancementMarquette11/08/2010 - 17:39
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design Transfer AgreementMATC offers 3 programs transferable to 2 different BA degrees at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and DesignTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellKurt MeinkeMilwaukee Institute of Art and Design Transfer AgreementMATC students Milwaukee Insitute of Art and Design1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMIlwaukee Insitute of Art and DesignCollege AdvancementMIlwaukee Insitute of Art and Design11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Madison Transfer AgreementMATC offer a Liberal Arts program and a Registered Nursing program transferable to UW MadisonTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellTom BrowneUniversity of Wisconsin Madison Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin MadisonCollege AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Madison11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Transfer AgreementMATC offer 16 programs transferable to several different 4 year degrees at UW MilwaukeeTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellKatherine L. SteinbachUniversity of Wisconsin Milwaukee Transfer Agreement1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin MilwaukeeCollege AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Milwaukee11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with Clement Manor for Nursing Assistant ProgramClinical affiliate agreement with Clement Manor to provide clinical education for students in the nursing assistant program.  
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Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Mario Rojas - Nursing Assistant Program Coordinator
Kelly Dries - Associate Dean
Linda Esche - Agreement Coordinator
Site Educational CoordinatorMATC nursing assistant students1 (414) 297-8569MATC Health Occupations DivisionClement ManorHealth OccupationsClement Manor11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with Hales Corners Care Center for Nursing Assistant ProgramClinical affiliate agreement with Hales Corners Care Center to provide clinical education for students in the nursing assistant program.
Affiliate Agreement
Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Linda Esche-Agreement Coordinator
Mario Rojas-Nursing Assistant Program Coordinator
Kelly Dries-Associate Dean
Site Educational CoordinatorMATC nursing assistant students1 (414) 297-8569MATC Health Occupations DivisionHales Corners Care CenterHealth OccupationsHales Corners Care Center11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with Milwaukee Catholic Home for Nursing Assistant ProgramClinical affiliate agreement with Milwaukee Catholic Home to provide clinical education for students in the nursing assistant program.
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Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Kelly Dries-Associate Dean
Linda Esche-Agreement Coordinator
Mario Rojas-Nursing Assistant Program Coordinator
Site Educational CoordinatorMATC nursing assistant students1 (414) 297-8569MATC Health Occupations DivisionMilwaukee Catholic HomeHealth OccupationsMilwaukee Catholic Home11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with Lutheran Living Services for Nursing Assistant ProgramClinical affiliate agreement with Lutheran Living Services to provide clinical education for students in the nursing assistant program.  This agreement covers the following facility:The Lutheran Home
Affiliate Agreement
Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Mario Rojas-Nursing Assistant Program Coordinator
Kelly Dries-Associate Dean
Linda Esche-Agreement Coordinator
Site Educational CoordinatorMATC nursing assistant students1 (414) 297-8569MATC Health Occupations DivisionLutheran Living ServicesHealth OccupationsLutheran Living Services11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with The Village at Manor Park for Nursing Assistant ProgramClinical affiliate agreement with The Village at Manor Park to provide clinical education for students in the nursing assistant program.
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Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Mario Rojas-Nursing Assistant Program Coordinator
Kelly Dries-Associate Dean
Linda Esche-Agreement Coordinator
Site Educational CoordinatorMATC nursing assistant students1 (414) 297-8569MATC Health Occupations DivisionThe Village at Manor ParkHealth OccupationsThe Village at Manor Park11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center for Nursing Assistant ProgramClinical affiliate agreement with Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center to provide clinical education for students in the nursing assistant program.
Affiliate Agreement
Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Mario Rojas-Nursing Assistant Program Coordinator
Kelly Dries-Associate Dean
Linda Esche-Agreement Coordinator
Site Educational CoordinatorMATC nursing assistant students1 (414) 297-8569MATC Health Occupations DivisionClement J. Zablocki VA Medical CenterHealth OccupationsClement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center11/08/2010 - 17:39
Affiliate Agreement with Affinity Health System for Occupational Therapy Assistant ProgramClinical affiliate agreement with Affinity Health System to provide clinical education for students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.  This agreement covers the following facilities:St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton, WIMercy Medical Center, Oshkosh, WICalumet Medical Center, Chilton, WI.
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Clinical
3. Exchange Relationship
Richard Ammon-Associate Dean
Linda Esche-Agreement Coordinator
Elaine Strachota-Occupational Therapy Assistant Clinical Coordinator
Site Educational CoordinatorMATC Occupational Therapy Assistant students1 (262) 238-2237MATC Health Occupations DivisionAffinity Health SystemHealth OccupationsAffinity Health System11/08/2010 - 17:39
Carroll University Transfer AgreementMATC offers several programs tranferable to a 4 year degree at Carroll University.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellLinda J. SklanderCarroll University Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationCarroll UniversityCollege AdvancementCarroll University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Concordia University Transfer AgreementMATC offer several programs transferable to a for year dergree at Concordia UniversityTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellConcordia University Office of AdmissionsConcordia University Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationConcordia UniversityCollege AdvancementConcordia University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Drexel University Transfer AgreementMATC offers a Registered Nursing program tranferable to a BS in Nursing at Drexel UniversityTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellEric HaganDrexel University Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationDrexel UniversityCollege AdvancementDrexel University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Franklin University Transfer AgreementMATC offer over 30 transferable programs to a 4 year degree at Franklin UniversityTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellTim GoetzFranklin University Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationFranklin UniversityCollege AdvancementFranklin University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Jackson State University Transfer AgreementMATC offers a Liberal Arts Program Transferable to a 4 year degree at Jackson State UniversityTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellRobin MarshallJackson State University Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationJackson State University College AdvancementJackson State University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Lakeland College (Kellett) Transfer AgreementMATC offers over 10 transferable programs to a 4 year degree at Lakeland College (Kellett).Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellRhetta BajczykLakeland College (Kellett) Transfer AgreementMATC Students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationLakeland College (Kellett)College AdvancementLakeland College (Kellett)11/08/2010 - 17:39
Lane College Transfer AgreementMATC offers a Liberal Arts Program transferable to a 4 year degree at Lane CollegeTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellDeryl ListenbeeLane College Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationLane CollegeCollege AdvancementLane College11/08/2010 - 17:39
Marian University Transfer AgreementMatc offers a registered nursing program transferable to a BA in Nursing at Marian UniversityTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellJody HartzellMarian University Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMarian UniversityCollege AdvancementMarian University11/08/2010 - 17:39
McNally Smith College of Music Transfer AgreementMatc offers a music occupations program transferable to a BA in Music Business or a BM in Music Performance from McNally Smith College of MusicTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellKathy HawksMcNally Smith College of Music Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMcNally Smith College of MusicCollege AdvancementMcNally Smith College of Music11/08/2010 - 17:39
Miles College Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Liberal Arts Program transferable to a four year degree at Miles CollegeTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellMiles College Offfice of AdmissionsMiles College Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMiles CollegeCollege AdvancementMiles College11/08/2010 - 17:39
Milwaukee School of Engineering Transfer AgreementMATC offers several programs transferable to 3 different 4 year degrees at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellCrystal LeinweberMilwaukee School of Engineering Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMilwaukee School of EngineeringCollege AdvancementMilwaukee School of Engineering11/08/2010 - 17:39
Milwaukee Fire Department Transfer AgreementMATC offers a Fire Science program transferable to a job training program with the Milwaukee Fire Department.
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3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellMilwaukee County Fire Department Bureau of Instruction & Training (BIT)Milwaukee Fire Department Transfer AgreementMATC Students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationMilwaukee Fire DepartmentOtherMilwaukee Fire Department11/08/2010 - 17:39
North Carolina Agricultural and Technological State University Tranfer AgreementMATC offers a Liberal Arts program transferable to several differnent 4 year degrees in engineering at North Carolina Agricultural and Technological State UniversityTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellMozell N. WestonNorth Carolina Agricultural and Technological State University Tranfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationNorth Carolina Agricultural and Technological State UniversityCollege AdvancementNorth Carolina Agricultural and Technological State University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Paine College Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Liberal Arts Program transferable to a 4 year degree at Paine CollegeTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellJoe TinsleyPaine College Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationPaine CollegeCollege AdvancementPaine College11/08/2010 - 17:39
Rust College Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Liberal Arts program transferable to a 4 year degree from Rust College.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellMS. Jo Ann ScottRust College Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationRust CollegeCollege AdvancementRust College11/08/2010 - 17:39
Southern Illinois University Carbondale Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Fire Science program transferable to a  BS in Fire Science Management at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.Transfer Agreement4. Cooperative RelationshipBarbara CannellJim NicholasSouthern Illinois University Carbondale Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationSouthern Illinois University CarbondaleCollege AdvancementSouthern Illinois University Carbondale11/08/2010 - 17:39
Tallageda College Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Liberal Arts program transferable to a 4 year degree from Tallageda College.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellJacqueline PaddioTallageda College Transfer AgreementTallageda College1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationTallageda CollegeCollege AdvancementTallageda College11/08/2010 - 17:39
Texas College Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Liberal Arts program transferable to a 4 year degree from Texas College.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellTexas College Office of Student Affairs Admissions DepartmentTexas College Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationTexas CollegeCollege AdvancementTexas College11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Eau Claire Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Registered Nursing program transferable to the University of Wisconsin Eau ClaireTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellHeather PearsonUniversity of Wisconsin Eau Claire Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationTexas CollegeCollege AdvancementTexas College11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Green Bay Transfer AgreementMatc offers a registed nursing program transferable to a BS in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellDr. Jan ThortonUniversity of Wisconsin Green Bay Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin Green Bay College AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Green Bay11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin LaCrosse Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Radiography program transferable to either a BS in Nuclear Medicine Technology University, Radiation Therapy of Wisconsin LaCrosse.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellUniversity of Wisconsin LaCrosse Office of AdmissionsUniversity of Wisconsin LaCrosse Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin LaCrosseCollege AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin LaCrosse11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Transfer AgreementMatc offers several programs transferable to a 4 year degree from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellPaul GedlinskeUniversity of Wisconsin Oshkosh Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin Oshkosh College AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Oshkosh11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Criminal justice/Law Enforcement program transferable to a BA in Environmental Law Enforcement at University of Wisconsin Stevens PointTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellBill JordanUniversity of Wisconsin Stevens Point Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin Stevens PointCollege AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Stevens Point11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Parkside Transfer AgreementMatc offers an Early Childhood Education program transferable to a BS in Early Childhood Education (Grades PK-3)  at the University of Wisconsin Parkside.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellJoel BuschmannUniversity of Wisconsin Parkside Transfer AgreementUniversity of Wisconsin Parkside1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin ParksideCollege AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Parkside11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Platteville Transfer AgreementMatc offers over 10 transferable programs toward a 4 year degree from the University of Wisconsin Platteville.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarb CannellRuth JoyceUniversity of Wisconsin Platteville Transfer AgreementUniversity of Wisconsin Platteville1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin Platteville College AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Platteville11/08/2010 - 17:39
University of Wisconsin Whitewater Transfer AgreementMatc offers several programs transferable to a 4 year degree from the University of Wisconsin WhitewaterTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellMatc student, University of Wisconsin WhitewaterUniversity of Wisconsin Whitewater Transfer AgreementMATC students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUniversity of Wisconsin WhitewaterCollege AdvancementUniversity of Wisconsin Whitewater11/08/2010 - 17:39
Upper Iowa University Transfer AgreementMatc offers a Liberal Arts program transferable to either a BS degree in Management or Marketing from Upper Iowa University.Transfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipBarbara CannellTracy GriffithUpper Iowa University Transfer AgreementMATC Students1 (414) 297-6836Academic Services / Office of ArticulationUpper Iowa UniversityCollege AdvancementUpper Iowa University11/08/2010 - 17:39
Teachers Education Track - Advisory CommitteeCommunity Members Include the following Maria Ayala-Smith ofMilwaukee Public Schools    Linda Gordy ofCardinal Stritch University    Barbara Logan ofUW - Milwaukee    Christopher Mancheski ofLakeland College - Milwaukee Center    Pat Marcus ofBGC-GM, Davis Branch    Tom McGinnity ofMTEC    Tina Mcnamara ofMarquette University - College of Education    Linda Sklander ofCarroll College    Pa Vang ofUW - Milwaukee    Stephanie Walters ofMilwaukee Teacher's Education    Gary C. Waymire-Cooper ofUniversity of Wisconsin - Milwaukee   Vernon Wilkinson ofUWM   Advisory Committee4. Cooperative RelationshipnoneLAS / Education Department / Teacher Education track11/08/2010 - 17:39
Music Occupations A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory CommitteeCommunity Members include  Ramie Espanoza of       Firebird Recording(Self Employed)              Tonya J. Gorst of MMAC               Benjamin Hans of Ben Hans Music Studio/Hal Leonard Publishing(Self Employed)              Donald Huenefeld of  Menomonee Falls High School                Jeannine Rivers of  Jeannine Rivers Group(Self Employed)              David Ruetz of GZA Geo Environmental, Inc.(Self Employed)   Attorney           Brian Running of Running, Brian E Atty at Law(Self Employed)              Bill Sargent of  Bill Sargent Bands(Self Employed)   President           Roy E Schneider of Showcase(Self Employed)               Christopher White of White House of Music Inc.  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Deryl Davis-Fulmer
Ben Hans
Richard Harris
Juana Harrison
Robbi Heighway
Harold Miller
Steve Peplin
noneMusic Occupations A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
Chemical Technician A.A.S. Degree Program - Advisory CommitteeCommunity Members Include:Julius Adimola – PPGDan Casper – WH BradyDr. John Engelman – SC JohnsonDr. Ben Feinberg – UW-MilwaukeeRon Glass - PPGTom McLinn – HydriteMark Maller – HexionMike Mohs – RBP ChemicalsDr. Chae Yi - Marquette Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Dr. Kim Farley
Rick Harris
Dr. Bob Helwig
Dan Kuemmel
Scott Schlipp
Dr. Zack Shana
noneChemical Technician A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
Barber/Cosmetologist Apprenticeship Advisory Committee Community Members Include Tony Garnica of Taso’s Hair Studio Benito Rodriguez of Regis Cost Cutters Berrin Snyder of Great Clips Erika Brown of Options/Apprentice Yolanda McGowan of Dept.Of Regulations & Lic. Celia Jackson of Dept. of Regulations & Lic. Clarence Kelly of Admiracion Beauty Salon Nichelle Prmimi of Ebony 3 Beauty Salon Elise Garrett of Martha’s Salon Jont Tyson of Ricco’s Barbar Shop Tony Garnica of Tasos Hair Studio Keith Braggs of Student Apprenticeship Gaulien Smith of Gee’s Clippers Hafeezah Ahmad of BAS and DWD Sherri Hickenbottom of Malein Changez Hair Salon Ronnie Lockett of Ronnie’s Barber Shop Friedericke Marshall of A Head of times Scott Maule of Dousman Hair Depot Christopher Ortiz of Jose Barber’sAdvisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Liza Larson
Kara Netterville
Shari Tuska
Judy Brown
Roxanne Christian
Steve Holloway
Dr. Mohammad Dakwar
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Accounting A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members include Sue Kilby - City Colleges of Chicago Scott Larson - Oak Hill Business Partners Nancy Lepic (Chair) -North Shore Bank Angela Navarrete - Angies Tax ServiceYollande TchouapiGE Healthcare – Clinical Systems                                                                                                       Company Represented Darren Bornemeier - Briggs & Stratton Corp. Wayne Breitbarth - M&M Office Interiors, Inc. Chris Daniels - South Shore Suburban Consortium Jon Neal -The Neal GroupAdvisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Dawn Alvarez
Jim Benedum
Katherine Collins
Joan Cook
Erin Dischler
John Javers
Natasha Librizzi
Tammy Metzke
Tom Wichert
noneAccounting A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
Animation A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members include George Tzougros of Wisconsin Arts Board Christine Harris of Cultural Alliance Brad Krause of Radiance Media Matt Wooten of Milwaukee Public MuseumAdvisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
James MacDonald
Brian Mennenoh
Timothy Decker
noneAnimation A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
Culinary Arts/Food Tech Prep A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members include Knut Apitz - Consultant, Dean Cannestra of Libiamo Restaurant and Hall, Michael Clark of Miller Park Sport Service, Julie Hults of Milwaukee Health Department, Stella Love Ponderosa Family Steakhouse, Trude Mihalovich of South Milwaukee Family and Consumer Education, Bruce Parker of Aurora Health Care, Tracy Spoerl of Milwaukee Worlf Festival. Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Rich Busalacchi
Liane Hanson
Donald Kenner
noneCulinary Arts/Food Tech Prep A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
Management Development A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members include Terry Davinroy of Milwaukee Jobs.com Kurt Thomas of  MGIC John Vavra of Guy & O’Neil Barbara Volp of Heiser Automotive Group Angela Williamson of US Postal System Georgine Dluzak of  Pentair Water Tom Jansen of  Minerals Ann Heidkamp of Veolia Water Maurice Thompson of ArchDiocese of MilwaukeeAdvisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Mike Halloran
Darryl Habeck
Jackie Cook
Dr. Richard Ammon
Mike Kiley
noneManagement Development A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
Real Estate A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members includeTerry Carrick  Consultant Robert Flanagan (Chair) of Flanagan Company James Haertel of Brew City Revelopment James Larson of  Units Mobile Storage Madalene Sherman of  Gatewood Title Services James Thomas of Consultant    Gert Grohmann of AGC of Greater Milwaukee Deanne Halwas of Wells Fargo Bank David Kolesari of Milwaukee Homesight, Inc. Janet Rodell of Pinewood Creek LPAdvisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Mike Kuehnl
Tom Ortell
Richard Paur
Kim Queen
noneReal Estate A.A.S. Degree Program01/20/2011 - 13:53
MACHINE TRADES APPRENTICESHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEECommunity members include Sandy Brietzman ofState of Wisconsin - Department of Workforce Development   Todd Dunnam ofMilwaukee Forge   Kim Kozlik ofLadish Forging   Art Laabs ofLadish Forging   Ken Peters ofHarley Davidson   Al Sanders ofMax Weiss Company, Incorporated   Mark Schuster ofHarley-Davidson Motor Company  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
David Counard
Jeff Szymanski
Dorothy Walker
noneMachine Tool (Machinist) Apprenticeship11/08/2010 - 17:39
MAINTENANCE & INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN APPRENTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEECommunity members include Sandy Brietzman ofBureau of Apprenticeship Standards c/o Gateway Tech   Wayne Buroker ofHarley Davidson Motor, Co.   Brett Gomber ofP&H Mining Equipment   Kay Haishuk ofBureau of Apprenticeship Standards   Scott Ingersoll ofWE-Engergies   Thomas Pechacek ofCity of Milwaukee-DPW/ISD     Ryan Smith ofHarley-Davidson   Robert Stone ofWE-Energies/Local 2150   Mark Wieseke of Master Lock  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Roxanne Christian
Charles Bleau
Tom Heraly
William Hodgkinson
Heidi Peterson
Chuck Wimmer
Richard Wruck
noneIndustrial Electrician (Maintenance Electrician) Apprenticeship11/08/2010 - 17:39
PAINTING & DECORATING APPRENTICESHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEEComunity members include Hafeezah Ahmad ofBureau of Apprenticeship Standards   Adam Holmes ofIUPAT DC7   John T Jorgensen ofJATC/Painters Union   Robert A Owsianowski ofLocal 781   Rick Schriener ofLocal 781   Charles Schwiesow ofPorta-Painting, Inc  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Michael Benner
Robert Kurth
Dave Strem
Nick Triscari
nonePainter and Decorator Apprenticeship11/08/2010 - 17:39
SHEET METAL APPRENTICESHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEECommunity members include Bill Bulloch of WCTC   Ken Groescher Jr. of Butters-Fetting Co Inc. William Hoepner of Sheet Metal Union #18   Peter Lentz of Plumbing Mechanical Sheet Metal Contractors Alliance Inc   Mike Mamayek of Illingworth Corporation   Michael Mooney of Sheet Metal Workers L.U. #18   Kurt Nickel of Sheet Metal Union JACT   Barbara Robakowski of Bureau of Apprenticeship   Dan Rogers of Brendan Mechanical Systems  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Dorothy Walker
Michael Mcgurk
Thomas Schmidt
Nicholas Triscari
noneSheet Metal Worker Apprenticeship11/08/2010 - 17:39
BANKING AND FINANCE A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members include  Monica Baker of PyraMax Bank   CJ Dykstra of  Park Bank   Gretchen Foltz of Marshall & Isley Corporation   Jennifer R. Gonzalez  of Lawrence Agency   Lynette Jarreau of Riverworks Development Corporation   Kim Kintop of U.S. Bank, N.A  Pat Matthews of North Milwaukee State Bank   LaJoy Mitchell of Marshall & Ilseey Corp. Shawn Pulera of U.S. Bank    Cheryl Schneider of US Bank   Dutch Vandervort of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Katherine Collins
Christine Litwin
noneBANKING AND FINANCE A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members include David Armstrong of M&I Marshall and Isley Bank   Dennis Biel of CADBURY Adams   Claudia Dropik of Home Care Medical, Inc. Jon Fleming of Milwaukee World Festival Incorporated   Dieudonne Mananga of Milwaukee Public Schools   Annette Zamora of Kleentest  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Katherine Collins
Tammy Metzke
Pablo Cardona
Judy Reinders
Neil Slough
Dave Schultz
Roy Vargas
noneBUSINESS MANAGEMENT A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
COMPUTER SIMULATION & GAMING A.A.S. Dergree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity members include Michael Crowns   (Self Employed)  Dustin DuPree of Discovery World   John Grozik of Digital Campfires Press(Self Employed)  Dr. Jerry Isaacs of Carroll University   Emil Harmsen of Forever Interactive(Self Employed) Joseph Kmoch of MTEC   Scott Kohl of Raven Software  Advisory Committee4. Cooperative RelationshipnoneCOMPUTER SIMULATION & GAMING A.A.S. Dergree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & WATER QUALITY TECHNOLOGY A.A.S. Degree Program Advisory CommitteeCommunity Members Include Joseph Baumann of Veolia David Flowers of Natural Water Solutions Christopher  Schultz of Milw. Metro. & Sewage District David Kliber of S-F Analytical Laboratories Julie Tranetzki of Milwaukee Health Dept. Kenneth Fries of Enviro-Safe Consulting Brian Stoddard of America’s Best Quality Coatings Todd Guse of Veolia        Tariq Akmut of Synergy Property Mgmt Ann Beier of Office of Environ. Sustainability Nathaniel Tillis of City of Waukesha Pat Iwanski of WDNRAdvisory Committee4. Cooperative Relationship
Jerry Ortiz
Kathy Bates
Dr. Joe Jacobsen
Dr. Lucia Francis
noneENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & WATER QUALITY TECHNOLOGY A.A.S. Degree Program11/08/2010 - 17:39
Barber/Cosmetologist Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNick TriscariAhmad Aafeezzahhttp://www.dwd.state.wi.us/apprenticeship/1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Cement Mason Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNick TriscariAhmad AafeezzahBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Webpage1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Bricklayer and Mason Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNicholas TriscariAhmad AafeezzahBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Webpage1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinTechnology and Applied SciencesBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Bricklayer and Mason Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNicholas TriscariAhmad AafeezzahBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Webpage1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Culinary (Cook) Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNicholas TriscariAhmad Aafeezzahhttp://www.dwd.state.wi.us/apprenticeship/1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Construction Electrician Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNicholas TriscariAhmad AafeezzahBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Webpage1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Glazier Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNicholas TriscariAhmad AafeezzahBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Webpage1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Heat and Frost Insulator Apprenticeship ProgramApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipNicholas TriscariAhmad Aafeezzahhttp://www.dwd.state.wi.us/apprenticeship/1 (414) 571-4743Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards WisconsinBureau of Apprenticeship Standards Wisconsin11/08/2010 - 17:39
Industrial Electrician (Maintenance Electrician) ApprenticeshipApprenticeships and Trades4. Cooperative RelationshipAhmad Aafeezzahhttp://matc.edu/student/offerings/apprenticeships/general.html11/08/2010 - 17:39
Robert Lewis Crymes Memorial Scholarship FundMATC Robert Lewis Crymes Memorial Vocational Scholarship Working to provide access  to education, job training and job placements for disadvantaged individuals who demonstrate a serious commitment to improve their lives. Must have a high school diploma or have completed an accredited GED program; must be affiliated with a program offered by one of the collaborative partners such as: Big Step, Milwaukee Fatherhood Collaborative, Boys & Girls Club, Salvation Army, Wisconsin Community Services, Lad Lake, Benedict Center, Word of Hope Ministries, and Runnin' Rebels; must submit an application, along with a 500 word essay detailing their 5-year plan for success; must vow to be drug-free or involved in treatment or programming that will enhance their chances for success; referrals are made through community based organizations. Scholarship Fund2. Service RelationshipRobert HollandFatherhood InitiativeMATC FoundationBoys & Girls Clubs of Greater MilwaukeeDistrict AdministrationBoys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee11/08/2010 - 17:39
Milwaukee Mathematics PartnershipTo improve mathematics teaching and learning in MPS; recruit more teachers, particuarly teachers of color into mathematics; develop math curriculum.
STEM
Diversity
Curriculum Development
4. Cooperative Relationship
Dr. Kim Farley
David Ruszkiewicz
DeAnn M HuinkerK-16 StudentsMath DepartmentUniversity of Wisconsin MilwaukeeLiberal Arts & SciencesUniversity of Wisconsin Milwaukee11/11/2010 - 12:23
Biochemical Excellence in Science and Technology (BEST)BEST - STEP Grant / STEM ActivitiesIn July 2010, Milwaukee Area Technical College received a $526,937 three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to increase the number of students transitioning to baccalaureate degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields through its Biochemical Excellence in Science and Technology (BEST) program. Pending satisfactory results in the first three years of the project, MATC could receive an additional $418,205 in 2013 and 2104, bringing the five-year grant total to $945,142.STEM4. Cooperative Relationship
Dr. Zack Shana
Dr. Aparna Sen
Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, Marquette U.matc.edu/matc_in_action/2010_best.htmlMATC StudentsNatural Science DepartmentMarquetteLiberal Arts & SciencesMarquette12/14/2010 - 12:52
Bridging the Gap- Enabling Student Transfer to UWWTransfer 2 year AAS to UWW.  Project begins with Computer Simulation and Gaming (CS&G) AAS program to allow MATC Program Graduates to enter UW-Whitewater with Junior StatusTransfer Agreement3. Exchange RelationshipAlain DeMarsMATC StudentsBUSINESS MANAGEMENT A.A.S. Degree ProgramUniversity of Wisconsin WhitewaterBusiness & Information TechnologyUniversity of Wisconsin Whitewater11/08/2010 - 17:39
Emergency Management for Higher EducationFunds training , equipment  and the development of emergency planning for Institutions of Higher EducationTraining and Developement2. Service RelationshipBrad HinesMilwaukee CountyMATC StudentsUniversity of Wisconsin MilwaukeeOtherUniversity of Wisconsin Milwaukee11/08/2010 - 17:39
ARRA Green Jobs TrainingAmerican Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) initiative for Green Jobs TrainingTraining and Developement4. Cooperative RelationshipDorothy WalkerDivision of Technology and Applied ScienceTechnology and Applied Sciences11/08/2010 - 17:39
Service Delivery For Food Share Employment and TrainingTraining, case management, child care, transportation assistance, and academic support services for FoodShare recipients in support of their employability plans.  
Training
Academic Support
Student Services
3. Exchange Relationship
Cheralyn Randall
Duane Schultz
Jessica Steeber
Dick Buschman
Mike Peppers
Food Share RecipientsPartners Advancing Career Employment (PACE)The Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment BoardAcademic Affairs - Downtown CampusThe Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board11/23/2010 - 15:58
Health Information Technology Training ProgramHealth Information Technology Training Program.  Funded by a Us Department of Health and Human Services grant, for the purpose of implementing training programs in health records data entry.  
Job Training
Health Information
3. Exchange Relationship
Richard Ammon
Lori Kohl
Encumbent WorkersMATC Health Occupations DivisionCuyahoga Community CollegeAcademic Affairs - Downtown CampusCuyahoga Community College11/23/2010 - 16:14
Master Curriculum for Energy Auditors, Commissioning Agents, and Energy EngineersBuilding Operations - ARRA: Training Program Development for Commercial Building Equipment Technicians, Building Operators, and Energy Commissioning Agents/Auditors -Training students how to reduce carbon footprint in buildings with energy efficient controls. To operate commercial and industrial facilities in a more efficient manner  
Training
sustainability
Green Technology
3. Exchange Relationship
John Stilp
Joe Jacobsen
Commercial Building Equipment TechniciansOffice of Economic Development and Community PartnersEnergy Center of Wisconsin Technology and Applied SciencesEnergy Center of Wisconsin11/22/2010 - 11:35
Pathways to Construction Trades (PACT)Exposing stakeholders to construction trades using a green construction focus.  Students will receive 500 hours of construction trades training.Training4. Cooperative Relationship
Mona Schroeder-Beers
Dave Turner
Michael Benner
Low skilled English Language Learners (ELL) Hmong and SpanishHIRETechnology and Applied SciencesHIRE03/17/2011 - 00:17
Wind energy program development with UWMProgram/course  development of Wind and Renewable Energy systems in cooperation with UW-Milwaukee.  Funded by a Department of Energy grant
Curriculum Development
Program Development
4. Cooperative RelationshipJoe JacobsenUW-MIlwaukeeCenter for Energy Conservation and Advanced Manufacturing (ECAM)University of Wisconsin MilwaukeeTechnology and Applied SciencesUniversity of Wisconsin Milwaukee12/14/2010 - 14:53
Wind energy program development with Lakeshore Technical CollegeProgram/course  development of Wind and Renewable Energy systems/Career Laddering.  Cooperative arrangement with Lakeshore Technical College.  Funded by a grant from the Department of Energy.
sustainability
Curriculum Development
Program Development
Career laddering
4. Cooperative RelationshipDr. Joe JacobsenMATC StudentsCenter for Energy Conservation and Advanced Manufacturing (ECAM)Lakeshore Technical College Technology and Applied SciencesLakeshore Technical College03/17/2011 - 00:18
Master Curriculum for Energy Auditors, Commissioning Agents, and Energy EngineersBuilding Operations - ARRA: Training Program Development for Commercial Building Equipment Technicians, Building Operators, and Energy Commissioning Agents/Auditors.  An ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) and Departmant of Energy funded program
Program Development
Curriculum Development
4. Cooperative RelationshipDr. Joe JacobsenDavid YustudentsCenter for Energy Conservation and Advanced Manufacturing (ECAM)Energy Center of Wisconsin Technology and Applied SciencesEnergy Center of Wisconsin12/13/2010 - 15:51
Bread of Healing Dental ServicesThe MATC Dental Hygiene Clinic will provide dental hygiene services free of charge to 3-5 patients referred from the Bread of Healing Dental Clinic. This relationship will allow partons of the Bread of Healing Clinic to receive dental hygiene services in a more timely manner. It will also enhance the educational experience for dental hygiene students by providing opportunities for patient treatment and interaction.Health2. Service RelationshipDental Hygiene clinical facultyEllen SchleicherDental Hygiene ClinicDental HygieneHealth Occupations02/06/2013 - 00:06
MCFI Dental Hygiene ServicesDental Hygiene students provide individualized oral hygiene instructions to clients at the Milwaukee Center for Independence. In conjunction with this, clients are afforded the opportunity to receive dental hygiene services at the MATC Dental Hygiene Clinic.CBO (Community Based Organization)2. Service RelationshipChristine BrusethEligible Students(414) 937-2020Dental HygieneMilwaukee Center for IndependenceHealth OccupationsMilwaukee Center for Independence02/14/2013 - 22:11