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SDNB Recognizes Students Earning Industry Credentials

As many students from the graduating class of 2014 are preparing to begin their post-secondary education, the School District of New Berlin is recognizing graduates who have earned industry-recognized credentials based on coursework they completed while in high school.
Credentials allow students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a particular area, and begin to build their resume for continued post-secondary education opportunities and employment. 
Congratulations to the following students for earning credentials though programs offered by School District of New Berlin partners:
New Berlin Eisenhower
Alexander Hoelke – Metal Fabrication/Welding Certificate (WCTC)
Scott Thom – Information Technology Networking Professional Certificate (WCTC), Microsoft Technology Associate, Comp TIA A+
Michael Wrzeski – Youth Apprenticeship Certificate in STEM
New Berlin West
Nathan Gorecki – Information Technology Networking Professional Certificate (WCTC)
Derek Zimmerman – Metal Fabrication/Welding Certificate (WCTC)
Chun You Yang – Metal Fabrication/Welding Certificate (WCTC)
Tyler Myers – Youth Apprenticeship Certificate in Manufacturing Processes, MSSC Certificates: Quality Practices and Measurement, Manufacturing Processes and Production, and Safety
Miranda Rakers – Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate (WCTC)
Elizabeth Siever – Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate (WCTC)
The School District of New Berlin strives to prepare all students to be college and career ready by the time they graduate high school so that they are ready to navigate the world of higher education and the world of work,” explained Superintendent Joe Garza.
As part of their Academic and Career Planning, students are guided toward the attainment of both college admissions credentials and industry credentials that will help them tell their personal story.  
“Every student has a story that is unique to them and we want to help them find the path that will help them reach the goals they set for themselves,” said Garza.

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