Post-Secondary Training

Registered Apprenticeship Training

Registered Apprenticeship is an excellent opportunity for students to develop skills in their career while studying. Students in a registered apprenticeship receive:

  • a paycheck

  • hands-on training

  • an education

  • a career

  • national industry certification

Military Training

The military has a number of great benefits for those who serve our country after they graduate high school. Some of those benefits include paid education, advanced training, college scholarships, and college credits.

On-The-Job Training

On-the-job training can be completed in various industries, occupations, and companies across the state. This training style gives learners the specific skills they need for their careers.

University of Wisconsin System

The University of Wisconsin (UW) System is one of the largest public systems of higher education in the nation. It boasts 13 universities and 26 campuses for its approximately 165,000 students. If higher education is in your path, the UW system has a campus for you.

Wisconsin Private Colleges

Wisconsin's 23 private colleges are nationally recognized and one-of-a-kind. The colleges average low out-of-pocket tuition costs, making your education more affordable. Generally, private schools in Wisconsin have small class sizes, personal attention, and various resources for students.

Wisconsin Technical College System

Customized instruction and technical assistance are a couple of the great benefits of choosing a technical college. The Wisconsin Technical College System offers over 500 degree or diploma programs among its 50 campuses. Graduates have accessibility to a diverse set of employers, from multinational corporations to local family-owned businesses.