Milwaukee Urban League opens new Workforce Technology Center
The new center showcases technology, new computers and a welcoming learning environment, said Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs.
The new Workforce Technology Center located inside the Milwaukee Urban League offers individuals the opportunity to learn valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills that can lead to rewarding career opportunities.
The new center – inside the Milwaukee Urban League building at 435 W. North Ave. – showcases technology, new computers and a welcoming learning environment, said Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs.
“Milwaukee is home to many companies and businesses that rely on workers who possess critical STEM skills and the Workforce Technology Center will be a tremendous resource to help ready individuals who will fill those critical jobs in the future,” Alderwoman Coggs said.
The center was created with the generous help of Northwestern Mutual volunteers and donations of artwork and computers from NML.
Please go to www.tmul.org to learn more about the Milwaukee Urban League.
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