One-year apprenticeship program is a fast track to a promising career.
Military veteran gets a little help from local plumbing company, thanks to referral from Fox Valley Tech's Chuck...
Automated manufacturing faculty create virtual environments to continue instruction for area manufacturers.
Hands-on training helps Kimberly woman advance her career.
2019 Hortonville grad ready to take on a career in welding.
A Kaukauna High grad organized his future thanks to dual credit.
Seymour teacher breathes new life into tech ed program with help from Wood Manufacturing team.
This machinist put FVTC first in his plans for success.
The first FVTC Promise scholarship graduate walked the stage.
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Ryan Geiger found his debt-free fast pass to a great career while in high school.
Kenya-born Michael Warigi is achieving his dream of being a manufacturing programmer.
Work hard. Play hard. That’s been the simple recipe of success for 23-year-old Paul Markowski, a 2012 graduate of...
Our Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center in Oshkosh was named in the August 2017 issue of electroindustry magazine, a...
A gift to the Fox Valley Technical College Foundation for its Promise program results in the renaming of one of the...
Careers in technology offer a wide range of opportunities for women to thrive and lead, despite stereotypes.
A global manufacturer relies on FVTC to train its industrial maintenance mechanics.
Walker Forge received the college’s 2016 Community Partnership award.
Like one Oshkosh company has experienced, FVTC Welding grads are in heavy demand.
CMD Corporation, worldwide leader in plastics converting equipment, turned to FVTC to grow in the global marketplace.
Fifteen construction and industrial trades apprentices at Fox Valley Technical College each received $1,000 Tools of the...
With the help of the FVTC Venture Center, a wide range of services are under one roof in Wisconsin’s first...
Waupaca Foundry’s new training assessment programs identify and build skills, reduce downtime and increase...
The region’s need for skill in the wood manufacturing industry is prevalent.