The WAUSAU campus of UW-Stevens Point (formerly UW-Marathon County) is hosting several events to help high school students (freshmen through seniors) and their parents understand and navigate the processes of choosing, applying to, paying for, and succeeding at college. If college is a new thing for you and your family and you have questions, these events are for you.
Get Started on Your Career in Auto Collision Repair
The North Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (NCWWDB) is offering a unique opportunity to individuals who would like to start a career in the Auto Collision Repair & Refinishing industry, with tuition covered by grant funds through the Department of Workforce Development Fast Forward Grant Program. Learn more about the getting started on your career in Auto Collision Repair.
NTC Hands-On Lab Opportunity
It takes more than doctors and nurses to diagnose patients. If you enjoy problem solving and working behind the scenes, a career in a lab setting may be in your future. Check Out the NTC Hands-On Lab Opportunity.
Exploring Learning for Life
The Exploring Learning for Life career education program is for young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) or 15 through 20 years old.
Exploring’s purpose is to provide experiences to help young people mature and become responsible and caring adults.
Explore a Career in Law Enforcement
Wisconsin American Legion Law Enforcement Career Academy
The American Legion, Department of Wisconsin, along with their sponsors holds a Law Enforcement Career Academy open to 50 Wisconsin students between their junior and senior years of high school who are in good academic standing. Learn more about the Law Enforcement Career Academy.
Wausau Police Department — Explore a Career in Law Enforcement
If you are interested in exploring a career in law enforcement, joining the Wausau Police Department's twice-monthly career exploration meetings. The meetings are held on the second and third Thursdays of each month at 7:00 pm at the Wausau Police Department, located at 515 Grand Avenue. The meetings are designed for male and female youth between the ages of 14 - 20.