Economics, computers and virtual reality are among the classes offered this summer at the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) Learning and Innovation Center (LIC) in partnership with Nicolet National Bank.
“Learning is a year-round activity,” said Lisa Tetzloff, LIC manager. “Our summer programs reflect our mission of supporting the local economy and contributing to the quality of life in Northern Door.”
Beginning in May and June, classes for credit include developmental psychology, English composition, ethics, economics, and interpersonal communication. Registration is open now.
For those interested in enrolling for the fall semester, NWTC staff from Sturgeon Bay and Green Bay will be on hand at the Sister Bay site from 2 to 5 pm, May 31 to answer questions about degree and certificate programs, as well as financial support, including the Invest-Dream-Achieve program for Door County women. Participants can take a career assessment, complete the college application, and get help with class registration.
New for fall, the LIC will offer classes toward an NWTC business degree. For those interested in working in health care or who take care of family members with health-care needs, the 30-credit Personal Care Worker certificate program is scheduled for six consecutive Fridays, beginning Sept. 14.
In addition to classes for credit, the center offers a variety of short courses and workshops. Upcoming seminars designed for entrepreneurs and business owners include the two-part Building a Business Model class, which meets June 4 and June 11, and Start Right the First Time: Introduction to Entrepreneurship set for Aug. 1.
The center’s summer hours are 9 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 9 am to 1 pm Friday. For information on classes, programs and more, go to nwtc.edu/licsisterbay.