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Collaborative projects between high schools, technical colleges, businesses, and other partners to increase opportunities for high school students to earn industry recognized credentials.

Representatives from grant partners Aurora Heath Care and Mercury Marine were also in attendance as the group toured MPTC's integrated manufacturing center. Both Fond du Lac businesses helped the college frame some of the programs and wrote letters of support to help obtain funding.

Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and Department of Workforce Development Secretary Reggie Newson get a view of a robotic arm at work inside Moraine Park Technical College. They were at the facillity to announce a grant to the school from the Wisconsin Fast Forward; Blueprint for Prosperity initiative. Wednesday, July 23, 2014. Doug Raflik/Action Reporter Media(Photo: Doug Raflik/Action Reporter Medi)

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Wisconsin Fast Forward worker training programs will focus on three areas:

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"It's good to see this program working and I knew that it would work," Gudex said, stating he saw the need through his years working in the field of economic development. The grant will funnel money into high demand areas such as mechatronics, medical coding, tool and die apprenticeships, and CNC training offered from a mobile unit to the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.

Lt. Gov. Kleefisch and Department of Workforce Development Secretary Reggie Newson made a stop at the Fond du Lac MPTC campus Wednesday to announce the local portion of the grant.

Enhancing the employment opportunities of workers with disabilities.

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MPTC received a $1,217,997 grant Wednesday under the Wisconsin Fast Forward: Blueprint for Prosperity Initiative to train students to fill what employers say is a growing job gap.

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Walker signed 2013 Act 139 into law in March as part of the initiative following strong bipartisan support of the State Legislature. In May, DWD awarded more than $2.1 million in grants to train high school students in school to work programs and is currently seeking grant applications with up to $1 million available to train workers with disabilities.

for working families in the Fond du Lac region and help employers find the workers they need," Kleefisch said.

"With this announcement, the State of Wisconsin is giving workers the chance to increase their skills and move into a new job or a better job," Newson said.

The legislation provided more than $35 million in additional funding for all 16 technical colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System to help train nearly 5,000 people.

2 million state grant

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"This is an incredible, bipartisan effort," Kleefisch said. "At any given time there are between 45,000 and 70,000 open jobs in the state because they need more skilled workers."

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"We know the integral role Moraine Park Technical College and all of Wisconsin's technical colleges play in keeping Wisconsin's economy strong," said MPTC President Sheila Ruhland. Nike Parkas

It will also provide short term training for industrial maintenance, robotic welding, automation and general production assembly.

Reduction of waiting lists at Wisconsin technical colleges for high demand fields.

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"These are the fields employers are telling us they can't find people for," Hall said.

The awards are part of Gov. Walker's Blueprint for Prosperity initiative to move Wisconsin's working families along a path toward greater prosperity and independence, according to a news release from Kleefisch's office.

The grant will be used to provide more faculty, facilities, equipment, supplies and curriculum development, she said.

into the workforce quickly and keeps them in the workforce, ensuring we will continue to keep moving Wisconsin forward."

The DWD will administer the grants, which will add capacity to 100 programs in key industry sectors such as manufacturing, health care, transportation, construction and architecture, and education.

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State Sen. Rick Gudex, R Fond du Lac, said he helped pass the legislation and was in attendance along with State Sen. Glenn Grothman, R Campbellsport, and County Executive Allen Buechel.

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