Community Education

MATC's Community Education team is committed to fulfilling the college's vision to be the best choice in education where everyone can succeed. We invite you to learn more about how we serve the community we all share.

 

Basic Skills

Basic Skills is an opportunity for students who do not have a high school diploma. Courses are useful for those who plan to enter a college program at MATC, earn a GED, or enter Adult High School.

Basic Skills

Bilingual Education

The Office of Bilingual Education works with students whose first language is not English and with students who are fluent in English and Spanish or Hmong. 

Bilingual Services

Correctional Education

MATC offers eligible incarcerated students, within five years of release, the opportunity to receive Pell Grants to fund education that will prepare them for in-demand careers. 

Correctional Education - Second Chance Pell Grant

Finish High School

MATC offers multiple paths to completing high school: Wisconsin's only Adult High School, GED and HSED programs and our Emerging Scholars partnership with Milwaukee Public Schools.

High School Completion

Learn English (ESL)

ESL/ELL students learn English in a variety of ways: group, individualized, computer-assisted language learning, Weekend College and online.

ESL

Right Path

The Right Path Program was designed to break the cycle of intergenerational incarceration. It is a partnership with the MATC Foundation and the Creative Corrections Education Foundation (CCEF).

Right Path

Workforce Solutions

MATC’s Workforce Solutions offers results oriented customized training programs increase employee productivity and improve your company’s ability to reduce costs and increase revenue.

MATC Workforce Solutions