Regional Campus Partnerships
Madison College's regional campuses are thriving education centers deeply integrated with the community that surrounds them. Valued partnerships between MATC and local businesses benefit students and the community.
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Students studying about wind and renewable energy get practical experience using the 155-foot-high, 100-kilowatt wind turbine at the Fort Atkinson campus. Energy created from these turbines produces 80% of the campus's electrical needs, saving at least $15,000 per year.
Welding and machine fabrication students at Fort Atkinson also work with local businesses, and nursing students learn techniques in a health simulation center before joining nursing staff at area hospitals and clinics.
The Portage campus partners with the City of Portage at the Portage Enterprise Center (PEC). The City of Portage provides space and entrepreneurial help to technology-focused start-up businesses. Madison College students are trained in advanced manufacturing, gaining hands-on experience to prepare for jobs in the area.
Students in Reedsburg created a 3,500-square-foot "hoop house," a greenhouse distinguished by its round shape where continuing education students learn about growing food and flowers.
Reedsburg is renowned for its nursing programs, too. Many nursing and nursing assistant (CNA) students work for local health care organizations.
About half of the students at Madison College's Watertown campus are in career-focused or continuing education classes. Many are able to maintain local jobs in areas like health care, business and renewable energy while going to school. Our hospital simulation and manufacturing labs provide solid job training to these motivated students.