THE MCKENZIE REGIONAL WORKFORCE CENTER
Conceived by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dane County and the Madison Area Builders Association—and powered by partnerships with area organizations such as WRTP | BIG STEP—the McKenzie Regional Workforce Center aims to train and connect a new generation of young people to the skilled trades.
A first-of-its-kind project for the Boys and Girls Club organization, the center will serve as a national template ― preparing young people in Dane County for quality, family-sustaining jobs at a time when the skilled trades are facing a labor shortage.
Steps to Success
The Perfect Match
Madison Area Builder’s Association and Boys & Girls Club of Dane County finalize partnership to begin work on new regional workforce center
MRWC raises $2.8 million contributing to endowment of building
Home sweet home
Official closing on building purchase in Fitchburg, WI, to house skilled trades training center
Digging up dirt
Construction on MRWC begins
The future is now
Grand Opening of MRWC
The Next Generation
Who We’re Serving
As an extension of the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County, the McKenzie Regional Workforce Center aims to inspire and empower all young people; especially those who need us most.
Of our members are from low-income households
Of the population we serve are People of Color
Of our members are living at or below the federal poverty level
Of BGCDC youth come from single-parent households
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