Hands-on classes prepped Shaquita Martin for a rewarding career as a Medical Assistant.
Patrick Volkmann’s love of woodworking and drive to finish school created a unique educational journey.
Combining a love of aviation and fixing things, Eric Barry found fulfillment maintaining airplanes.
Class project leads to business startup for Business Management grad.
FVTC Culinary Arts graduates are both corporate chefs at Jones Dairy Farm.
Marketing program requires a hands-on internship in the employment sector.
Access to technology and hands-on experience was vital for Electro-Mechanical Technology grad Andy Tysver.
Travis Thul’s education and career leads to White House Fellowship.
Holly Maas, an Evidence Technician for the Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety, has been named the recipient of the...
Through dedication and persistence, Jodie Weyland’s education was completely funded by nearly 30 scholarships.
From the Navy to FVTC to UWGB, Amanda Couch is on track to an HR career.
Olivia Arreola is on the path to becoming a Welding Engineer thanks to her work ethic and determination to succeed.
Father and son Simon and Ryne Cadena of Oshkosh completed the GED-to-Work program together in Fall 2019, encouraged by...
Bonnie Behnke, 1981 graduate of the Accounting program, has been named recipient of the Fox Valley Technical...
The 2012 Culinary grad discusses the rewards of an FVTC education.
Redbird flight simulators prepare pilot training students to fly in all conditions.
Jenny Hollis from our Parent/Child Center was recognized for her exemplary work in early childhood education.
Pa Lee Moua’s story inspired Bo Thao to pursue her dreams.
An early start toward an agriculture career proved beneficial for this business pro.
Four alumni of Fox Valley Tech visited the Flying Leaf Community Center on the Oneida Nation Reservation to share their...
Michael Melotte, director of pilot training for Air Wisconsin Airlines, has been named recipient of the Fox Valley...
Q&A with 2017 Construction Management Grad Josh Fenske
It’s never too late for a new direction.
Q&A with 2017 Agribusiness Grad Isabella Haen