A program designed to create pathways to a more skilled workforce in the area was recognized Thursday evening by dozens of community members at Sevastopol High School. A new machining program that allows students from all Door County Schools, not just Sevastopol to earn dual credits toward a CNC certificate through NWTC was recognized with a grand opening of the new tech lab. At the presentation, Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedke introduced the key stakeholders who were responsible for making the facility possible to all high school juniors or seniors.
After graduation, students can enter the workforce or continue their college education. All credits earned through the machining program can transfer to the Machine Tool CNC Technician program at NWTC.