Co-ops Parent Information Night

Come and join us to learn more about the counties new Co-op opportunities. Dates for information night are: 12.5.16 12.7.16 12.12.16 See below for the link:...

Professional Journey: John Boeckmann

When I was a kid I enjoyed tinkering in the shed with broken lawnmowers, welding and was as good at fixing my dirt bikes as I was breaking them. At the end of the day I found great satisfaction in seeing my project come to life, whether that was a lawnmower that had...

Professional Journey: Angelia Neumann

When I was 11 my mother was hit by a car while standing near the side of the road. Both of her legs were severely broken, enough that the surgeons considered amputation. They managed to save her legs but warned she may never walk again. Her physical therapist set out...

Professional Journey: Jim Lehrke

As I look back on my childhood, my father and mother worked two jobs. In addition to managing a farm, my dad was a tool and die machinist, and my mom worked at Bemis. Both have since passed away, but they taught me great things that have helped shape me into who I am...

Professional Journey: David Nicholson

I went into college thinking I was going to be a veterinarian. When that did not work out, I went into genetics and quickly found out it was not for me. The next semester, I took Meat and Animal Science 101 and met with a professor who pointed me to an adviser who I...

Professional Journey: Steve Oplatek

I have always been intrigued by how things worked. My father would take us to museums every chance we could get, and my favorite was, and still remains, the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. So, from a really young age, I wanted to be an engineer of some kind...

Professional Journey: Matt Barens

I’ve always been the curious type. I still remember the first time I got scolded for destroying a toy. It was a remote-controlled race car I had just received for my birthday. Mom was fairly mad I had taken it apart, but quickly calmed down when she realized I was...

Professional Journey: Ben Wynveen

As I look back on my childhood, my father — who happened to be licensed professional engineer and is now retired — taught me about the world through an Erector set, Legos and The History Channel. He helped me to learn that this world as a whole is comprised of pieces...

Professional Journey: Tammy Flora

Knowing your strengths is a critical step to determine your career path. http://www.sheboyganpress.com/story/money/2015/08/29/career-journeys-know-strengths/71396514/  

Career Experience: Rockline and Kohler

Manufacturing….the Pit of Despair???? by Steve Schneider, School Counselor, Sheboygan South HS   My oldest daughter is home for the summer after her first year in college.  She has a summer job at a local manufacturing facility, working hard (50+ hrs./week) to...