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Centennial celebrations_Chilton, Clintonville, Wautoma, Waupaca

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  • 1. Celebrating aCentury of Service
  • 2. Times and Terms Have Changed 1911 – “continuation schools” 1917 – “vocational schools” 1967 – “technical institutes” 1994 – “technical colleges”
  • 3. Typical Areas of Study 1911• Patternmaking • Horseshoeing• Moulding • Cooking and Baking• Shop math • Millinery• Commercial subjects • House plans and• Dressmaking specifications• Cabinetmaking• Drafting
  • 4. What’s Different Today?• Older, more diverse student population• Complex occupational goals• Wider range of careers• Technology changing exponentially• Career options are far less defined by gender• Lifelong learning• Global economic context
  • 5. What Hasn’t Changed?• Partnership with employers• Focus on local communities• Learning by doing• Making education accessible to everyone• Our core mission

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