CVTC Job Postings
Employers may post job openings for free on the "Tech Connect" website geared specifically to Wisconsin Technical College students, graduates, and Alumni Specifically, employers can select the district of their choice, i.e, (CVTC,) or others as well.
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Those who call Wisconsin home have a restless drive to invent, a sense of pride in their…
Manufacturing Works/Gold Collar Careers
Manufacturing Works is a volunteer organization created in 2014 to promote advanced manufacturing as a career option throughout northwestern Wisconsin and does so in part through its website: www.goldcollarcareers.com.
Regional Marketing of Job Opportunities, Momentum West
Momentum West is working on marketing local job opportunities to out-commuters who are currently working in the Twin Cities.
Regional Marketing to Alumni, Momentum West
Momentum West is coordinating communications and outreach to area alumni about the benefits of living in the Momentum West Region.
Regional Marketing to College Students, Momentum West
The regional marketing campaign communicates the region’s unique quality of place assets to students graduating from area universities before they leave the region.
Think Eau Claire
The Think Eau Claire marketing campaign is a regional marketing campaign complementary to the state-wide Think-Make-Happen and “Come Home” marketing.
The Think-Make-Happen marketing campaign communicates quality of life, career and personal fulfillment opportunities in the state of Wisconsin.
Twin Cities Ad Campaign
Created by the WEDC, DWD and WI Department of Tourism, WI Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Military Affairs, in partnership with Wisconsin System universities, the marketing campaign targets millennials, military veterans, and university alumni to attract them to Wisconsin.