Education / Workforce Development / HR

Mount Mary University has received a legacy gift of $1.4 million from alumna Joan Hetzel Iraneta, who graduated from the school in 1956 with degrees in English and art.
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As the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee continues to redirect its focus in order to overcome a near $30 million debt, the organization will transfer leadership of its Sponsor-A-Scholar program to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee.
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Local Initiatives Support Corporation's Milwaukee branch is making a final call for nominations for its 2015 MANDI Awards, which honor individuals, organizations and community projects improving central city neighborhoods.
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After more than a decade of shaping students in Milwaukee's central city neighborhoods, Bob Dunn, president and CEO of Our Next Generation, Inc., has retired and turned the nonprofit over to newly appointed leader La Toya Sykes.
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Laura Timm, vice president of corporate communications and public affairs at Briggs & Stratton Corp., tells young professionals to follow five guiding words: Integrity, balance, passion, voice and presentation.
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Lake Geneva-based Trostel, a custom rubber molding and compounding company, recently launched a manufacturing youth apprenticeship program in cooperation with GPS Education Partners, a nonprofit that provides immersive work-based education programs. The manufacturer began providing learning space and apprenticeship training to high school students at its Whitewater and Lake Geneva operations in September.
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You would hardly know it from the campaign for governor, but Wisconsin has more than a brain drain; it has a brain hemorrhage.
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