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Training and Education
There is a connection between training and your earnings, over a period
of time. It's a fact: the more you learn the more you may earn!
- Training Program, information appropriate for your intended career,
including Apprenticeship, Youth Apprenticeship, classroom and on-the-job training.
- Wisconsin Colleges and Universities present higher educational resources
with a worldwide reputation for quality.
- Financial Aid takes many forms, including loans, grants and scholarships.
- Customized Training programs from the Wisconsin Technical
College System help job seekers meet the changing needs of business and industry.
- Wisconsin Apprenticeship is a structured system
of training designed to prepare individuals for skilled occupations.
- Youth Apprenticeship is designed for
high school students who want hands on learning in an occupational area at a worksite along with
- Job Corps is a no-cost education and vocational training
program that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through vocational
and academic training.
Two Wisconsin Locations:
- Wisconsin GED/HSED Program. Open the doors to your future!
If you have not completed high school, earn your a General Educational Development (GED) or High School
Equivalency Diploma (HSED).
- Workbased Learning. Students can benefit from
participation in educational programs which provide a work-based experience and a more deliberate
selection of course work based on potential career interests
- Wisconsin Challenge Academy, part of the National Guard
National Guard Youth Challenge Program, intervenes in and reclaims the lives of 16-18 year old high school
dropouts, instilling values, life skills, education, and self-discipline to succeed as productive citizens.
- WISCareers contains details about schools, programs
and financial aid.
- StudentAid.gov is a gateway to Federal government programs, financial aid, and student loans.