Mid-State to provide a variety of learning environments this fall
For the City Times
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Mid-State Technical College is gearing up for the start of classes on Aug. 23 with an emphasis on “career skills first” as a means to meet a variety of educational and life goals.
“All of Mid-State’s offerings put career skills first, so students are sure to quickly gain the skills employers demand, advance in their careers more quickly and start earning the salaries that reflect those skills,” said Jackie Esselman, manager of K–12 and adult recruitment.
“We’re also excited to help people discover our new in-demand degree programs, including Firefighter Technician, Culinary Arts and Agronomy Technician as well as the newly enhanced Leadership Development program—all available this fall.”
According to Esselman, Mid-State’s options include online or small in-person classes and collaborative learning environments, guaranteed transfer to more than 20 four-year colleges and universities and a cost per credit that’s two to three times lower than four-year public institutions and up to seven times lower than a private college.
For more information, visit mstc.edu/fall.