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 for Fall 2017 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
The Court Reporting Program is a 2.5 year associate degree program that prepares students to work in a variety of career areas. These careers include court reporting, closed captioning for television and web media, and live-event captioning for the deaf or hard-of-hearing community. Choose your own hours, create your own business, or work for the court system or a freelance employer!
The average annual starting salary is $45,000. The program at Madison College offers a 100% online option, a free bootcamp to test drive the program, and scholarship opportunities. Visit us at madisoncollege.edu (search court reporting), Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and You Tube
Contact: Yvonne Meichtry, email@example.com, 608-246-6635
The City of Madison in partnership with the Urban League will be transforming the former Griff’s restaurant into Madison’s first neighborhood employment center.
We need your input to help us plan!
January 12th, 5:30 PM
The Crossings Apartments
1132 Morraine View Drive.
This will be the the third in the series of community input sessions. City of Madison staff and architects from Dorschner Associates will be present the floor plan concept based on the feedback provided at the previous sessions. We will also ask for your feedback on color and material concepts.
In addition to this discussion about the facility renovation:
(1) Urban League staff will share information about upcoming training programs.
(2) Briarpatch will present information and conduct enrollment for their Teen Job Center program which they will offering at the temporary employment center at 658 S. Gammon Rd. (BEGINS AT 4:30 PM)
(3) Learning for Kicks will give a brief demonstration of the new martial arts program for youth that will be offered at The Crossings later this month (BEGINS 6:00 PM)
Pizza & Beverages will be served
PARKING NOTE: Parking on The Crossings property is for residents only. Parking will be available across the street at the Elver Park Neighborhood Center and street parking is available on Morraine View Park.
Looking to get started with a career in the Construction industry? The Construction and Remodeling Technical Diploma program at Madison College trains students for valuable careers as carpenters, remodelers, apprentices, master carpenters, product sales reps and inspectors, in addition to many other career opportunities in the industry.
Our part-time evening Construction bridge program is an excellent opportunity to begin learning the basic technical skills you need to get started in the industry! Students receive additional academic support and advising support during the program to provide them with a foundation for a successful College experience.
The part-time evening Construction bridge program provides the following benefits to students:
-6 credit Construction Essentials Certificate. Apply these credits towards the one-year technical diploma. The more credentials you earn, the greater your income potential!
-Hands on building experience while you are taking your academic classes
-Instructors with vast industry experience and knowledge
-Additional academic support for math and communication skills
-Advising support to assist with program application, registration, financial aid, scholarships, navigating college systems, etc.
-Assistance with job searches for work in the industry. Construction and remodeling jobs are on the rise in the Madison area!
Classes begin January 30, 2017!! Contact Jose A. Luna to get started.
Jose A. Luna
Student Support Advisor- School of Academic Advancement
Madison Area Technical College
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