Tag: Turbocharge

Turbocharge in the headlines again

It’s time again to talk “Turbocharge,” the partnership between the Green Bay Area Public School District, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and UW-Green Bay. Turbocharge with College Credit partnership aims to enable every Green Bay Area Public School student to graduate with a minimum of 15 credits toward a certificate, credential, apprenticeship, or progress toward a […]

Join Chancellor Miller in Turbocharge event, Tuesday, Sept. 26

Join UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller and other education leaders at the League of Women Voters Greater Green Bay event Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Brown County Library. This is your chance to learn about the Green Bay Area Public School’s partnership with NWTC and UWGB to help students earn college […]

Save the date: Turbocharge at Brown County Library

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller, NWTC President Jeff Rafn and Green Bay Area Public Schools Superintendent Michelle Langenfeld will participate in a panel discussion at the Brown County Central Library on Tuesday, September 26, at 7 p.m., about the new partnership between the three institutions, “Turbocharge with College Credit.” The vision of the partnership […]

More on Turbo Charge

“What I hope we were able to tell them today is that we believe in them. This community believes in them,” said Chancellor Gary Miller, as he discussed Turbo Charge, a program that will offer college credit to Green Bay area students. Fox 11 had the coverage.

Charged up for Turbocharge

A new partnership between Green Bay schools and local colleges aims to get students thinking about and preparing sooner for higher education. The initiative, Turbocharge with College Credit, involves the Green Bay Area Public School District, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The program was announced Thursday during an assembly at Washington Middle […]

Education leaders launch game changing college-readiness program for Green Bay students

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It’s easy to talk about the importance of education following high school. It’s another to actually do something real about it to build a college-bound culture. Three Green Bay education leaders — NWTC President Jeff Rafn, Green Bay Area Public School Superintendent Michelle Langenfeld and UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller — are putting words […]