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Milwaukee Area Technical College is a key driver of southeastern Wisconsin’s economy and has provided innovative education in the region since 1912. The college offers 170+ high quality programs that connect students to a career in as little as one to two years, and offers a less expensive path to a four-year degree.
More than 30,000 students per year are served through the college’s four campuses and community-based sites in Oak Creek, downtown Milwaukee, West Allis and Mequon; and through its robust offering of online classes and virtual support services.
MATC’s Workforce Solutions provides on-site and customized training to upskill employees.
The college offers instruction related to 25+ apprenticeship programs.
High school seniors can earn college credentials through MATC’s dual enrollment opportunities.
MATC is the region’s source for diverse, skilled talent; 57% of MATC students are students of color.
Within six months of graduation, 95% of MATC associate degree graduates are employed with an average annual wage of $52,280.
MATC offers community education programs including English as a Second Language, Adult High School and GED/HSED programs.
The mission of the Village is to exercise leadership in planning, coordinating, staffing, developing and controlling the activities of all municipal functions to accomplish Village goals and policies as determined by the Village President and Board of Trustees.