In a feature in the September issue of Insight on Business, UW-Green Bay graduate Dessi Koss talks about her experience as one of the first graduates from the collaborative Engineering Technology degree program. Koss says this program not only changed her life, but gave her a career that she loves. The program was launched by the Northeast Wisconsin Education Resource Alliance to fill the large demand for engineers in the region. Students in this program start their studies at any one of the 12 NEW ERA schools, including UW-Green Bay, and are given the skills they need to enter the workforce immediately after graduation.
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9 Jan, 2020