Partners

McKenzie Regional Workforce Center Valued Partners

Thanks To

Our partners

Meet the people, businesses, and educational institutions that are contributing their knowledge and resources to ensure the success of this project and the young people it will serve.

McKenzie Regional Workforce Center Partner - Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County
McKenzie Regional Workforce Center Partner - Madison Area Builders Association
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McKenzie Regional Workforce Center Partner - Madison College

About Our

Valued Partners

We’ve partnered with Dane County’s best organizations and brightest individuals to ensure the success of the Skilled Trades Training Program and its students ― from our knowledge of the industry and the design of our facility to the curriculum that will drive it all.

Advisory Board

Dr. Leslie Petty - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Dr. Leslie Petty
Chad Lawler - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Chad Lawler
Damon Baker - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Damon Baker
Ed Hoksbergen - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Ed Hoksbergen
Hosung Chin - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Hosung Shin
Jack McKenzie - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Jack McKenzie
Jennifer Vondrak - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Jennifer Vondrak
John McKenzie - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
John McKenzie
Kaleb Anderson - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Kaleb Anderson
Katelyn Gladem - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Katelyn Gladem
Lindsay Blumer - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Lindsay Blumer
Malorie Hepner - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Malorie Hepner
Matt Waltz - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Matt Waltz
Nathan Hataj - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Nathan Hataj
Oscar Mireles - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Oscar Mireles
Peggy Meskan - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Peggy Meskan
Shaun Trudell - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Shaun Trudell
Terry Bolz - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Terry Bolz
Valerie Renk - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Valerie Renk

Executive Staff

Michael Johnson - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Michael Johnson
Dr Sarah Ghee - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Dr. Sarah Ghee
Laura Ford-Harris - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Laura Ford-Harris
Alan Branch - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Alan Branch
Stephanie Johnston - Partner of McKenzie Regional Workforce Center
Stephanie Johnston
McKenzie Regional Workforce Center Make a Difference

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Get Involved

Whether you join as a partner, sponsor, educator, or volunteer, your involvement will help young people in our community connect to quality jobs and create a stronger, brighter future for their families and us all.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County

Founded in 1999, Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County (BGCDC) is one of the most effective and efficient non-profit organizations in South Central Wisconsin, impacting over 6,300 young people and their families annually with a commitment to improving communities through innovation and collaboration, ensuring high-quality programming and services.

BGCDC strives to inspire and empower all young people, especially those who need us the most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring adults. BGCDC continues to be a community leader in providing resources, services, and programming to students and families through three formal Club locations in Dane County and five affiliated club locations at area middle and high schools.

Madison Area Builders Association

A one-stop shop for home building and remodeling resources, the Madison Area Builders Association connects home builders with high-quality local professionals that help build homes dreams are made of.

WRTP Big Step

The Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership (WRTP) was created in the 1990s to renew Milwaukee’s traditional industrial base after the recovery of manufacturing, retirement of an aging workforce, and diversification of the regional economy created a growing skills shortage.

Madison College

With over 180 training programs to start or upgrade your career, Madison College helps those university-bound take the leap and land on their feet.