COPY-Waiting lists at tech colleges to shrink thanks to $35 million grant
MADISON (WKOW) -- Waiting lists at technical colleges across Wisconsin are shrinking thanks to a $35 dollar boost.
Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch stopped by Madison College on Tuesday to announce the school be will receiving $5 million as part of the Wisconsin Fast Forward: Blueprint for Prosperity Initiative.
The money will be used to get more students into programs and courses in high-demand fields.
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch says, "In Wisconsin today there are about 67,000 open jobs, yet we still have folks that are unemployed, there's a skills mismatch. We need to make sure the folks that are seeking employment have the skills that job creators who are offering that employment will require in order to hire someone."
Madison College says the $5 million grant will allow them to train an additional 934 students.
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