Northeast Wisconsin Technical College celebrates new expansion.

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Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is hosting a ribbon cutting for the school’s brand new transportation center, starting at 10:30 Monday morning.  The 63,000 square foot building is home to the college’s automotive, auto collision, and new diesel medium and heavy truck programs.  The project is part of the $66.5 million dollar referendum that passed in 2015.   The building has the capacity for over 200 students, and it’s the first free-standing building built on the green bay campus in over 10 years.
    There will be several speakers at the event, including n.W.T.C. President Jeff Rafn, secretary of the Wisconsin department of transportation Dave Ross, Director of Planning and Support for Schneider trucking, Joe Langer, and automotive technician instructor Mark Ledvina.

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