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MATC Offering Four New IT Certificates through U.S. Department of Labor Grant

May 20, 2014 

As a part of INTERFACE, a statewide Wisconsin Technical College System initiative to develop, improve and expand adult training pathways to careers in information technology related occupations, Milwaukee Area Technical College is offering four new Information Technology certificates. The WTCS received a $23,177,882 U.S. Department of Labor Trade Adjustment Assistance for Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant to support the project; MATC received $2,092,798 for the college’s Computer Support Specialist associate degree program.

“This federal grant will support dynamic course development in a rapidly changing industry sector,” said MATC President Dr. Michael L. Burke said when the grant was announced. “I appreciate the involvement of several advisory committee members on this project to ensure that we are meeting the workforce needs of area IT companies.”

The certificates are:

A dedicated website has been created to provide information to prospective students.


Information sessions
Details will be announced once additional sessions are scheduled.

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INTERFACE is an equal opportunity employer/program which provides auxiliary aids and services upon request to individuals with disabilities by calling Carriel E. Danz, Grant Coordinator, Milwaukee Area Technical College, 414-297-6575 for additional information. 

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