The Madison Equal Opportunities Division has been providing training through a series of workshops to companies and organizations located in the City of Madison for many years. These workshops can be generic or customized to the specific needs of a particular company or organization. All training programs are available in power point format. We have bilingual staff available to present in both English and Spanish, trainings include:
Please contact Annie Weatherby-Flowersme if you would like to schedule some time to discuss your training needs. You can reach Annie by phone at (608) 266-6577 or email@example.com. Or visit the website for training descriptions at:http://www.cityofmadison.com/dcr/documents/TrainingPgmsOffered.pdf
Are you interested in a career with 100% job placement, job security and high wages that is both fascinating and rewarding, and that requires less than a 4-year degree? If so, check out these two programs at Madison College! We would love to hear from you!
Construction and Modeling
The Construction and Remodeling Program is a one-year program that prepares students for a career in residential construction and/or remodeling. Students learn how to take a project from prints and specifications through final finish work. As part of their coursework, students learn about site preparation, layout and foundations, do the framing of floors, walls, ceilings and roofs, and install roof shingles, windows, doors, stairs, exterior trim, siding, cabinets and interior trim. All phases of home construction are covered, including materials estimating, building science, building codes and tool maintenance.
Classes available days or evenings, and 50% of classroom activity is hands-on! The median wage is $24.40 per hour. Visit us at madisoncollege.edu (search construction and remodeling), and Facebook. Contact: Jen Voichick, 608-246-5213, JVoichick1@madisoncollege.edu
UW-Madison’s Agriculture Campus Is Focus of MadisonTrust for Historic Preservation’s Saturday, Oct. 1, Walking Tour
MADISON, Wis.—On Saturday, Oct. 1, the Madison Trust for Historic Preservation will offer a docent-led historic architecture walking tour of the University of Wisconsin-Madison agriculture campus. Tour participants will view architectural gems, including the National Historic Landmark Dairy Barn, the Queen Anne-style Dean’s House and the “Cowlesium,” and learn about trailblazing scientific discoveries made on the campus that have benefited people around the world.
The 90-minute tours will depart every half hour beginning at 10 a.m. through 2 p.m. from the entrance to Allen Centennial Garden, 620 Babcock Dr. Tickets will be available starting Aug. 1. To insure a place on the tour, order advance timed tickets at www.madisonpreservation.org or call 608-441-8864. The cost is $30, $20 for students with an ID, and $25 for Madison Trust members. A limited number of tickets may be available on site on the day of the event. Free parking will be available at the Steenbock Ramp, 1645 Observatory Dr., and Tripp Hall, 1480 Tripp Circle.
"As tour-goers walk along the streets and pathways of UW-Madison's ag campus, they’ll not only discover some hidden architectural treasures, but they’ll also trace the footsteps of the pioneering 19th- and 20th-century scientists who helped make UW's international reputation,” explained Peter Gottlieb, who developed the special fundraising tour for the Madison Trust.
Most of the buildings included on the tour were built between 1890 and 1917. The work done in these buildings includes many of the first manifestations of the Wisconsin Idea, the belief that the benefits of university research and teaching should extend throughout the state and improve the lives of all Wisconsin residents. Research by scientists including Stephen Babcock, Harry Steenbock, Karl Paul Link and, more recently, Hector De Luca, has resulted in improved animal and human nutrition, advances in plant genetics and life-saving drugs. .
The Madison Trust for Historic Preservation is dedicated to the conservation of Madison’s historic places through advocacy and education. A volunteer board of trustees guides the independent, nonprofit, community-supported organization. Madison Trust works with the Madison Landmarks Commission and other municipal agencies as well as Historic Madison Inc., the Wisconsin Historical Society, and the Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation. Madison Trust is a Local Partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
For more information about Madison Trust for Historic Preservation:
Facebook: Madison Trust for Historic Preservation
Available for interviews:
Madison Trust for Historic Preservation Tour Committee Chair: Jeri Grogg, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tour developer: Peter Gottlieb, email@example.com
(Gottlieb, who served as state archivist for Wisconsin from 1991-2010, will be available for interviews Sept. 12-21 only.)
High-resolution photos (UW-Madison agriculture campus buildings today):
Peg Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org
A draft of the 2017 - 2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is now available for review and comment. Click on the image to access the site and the document.
Comments regarding the federally funded projects or any of the other listed projects should be submitted to the Madison Area Transportation Planning Board (MATPB) – An MPO in writing by Friday, September 23.
The following MPO Policy Board meetings provide an opportunity for public and agency comment. MPO staff is also available to meet and answer questions, discuss projects, and take comments.
MPO Public Hearing
Wed., September 7 at 6:30 p.m.
City - County Building
210 MLK Jr. Blvd., Room 351
MPO Action Anticipated
Wed., October 5 at 6:30 p.m.
Madison Water Utility Building
119 E. Olin Avenue, Room A-B
This summer, Madison Water Utility is reaching out to people across the city in an effort to gauge public awareness and attitudes about tap water. The “Know Your H2O” survey campaign was launched to measure what Madisonians think about everything from conservation to aging infrastructure to water quality and safety. Unlike past surveys sent largely to the utility’s 68,000 bill-paying customers, the “Know Your H2O” survey is intended for anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Madison and uses its water.
Madison Water Utility’s role is to provide a public service, and we believe all members of the public should have a voice when it comes to their water. The online survey takes around 5 minutes to complete and is available in English and Spanish.
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