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    STUDENTS IN THE Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship program celebrated their graduation at the Cedarburg Cultural Center on Wednesday, May 8. They include (top row from left) Mary Sullivan, Sarah Stauske, Matt Heasch, Matt Thompson, Zach Dieringer, Henry Lawhiczak, Dylan Hovey, Desiree Doll, Emma Day, (middle row) Tylor McDowell, Grace Kruger, Justin Wick, Quentin MacDonald, James Cieszynski, James Cullen, Kelly Fahrendorf, Catherine Gwidt, Stacy Ducheny, Kaylee Furness, (front row) Meghan Morris, Cate Heilmann, Sydney Plavtz, Evan Huck, Gwendolyn Moore, Cameron Lewein and Ethan Von Bargen. Photo by Sam Arendt

    CONGRATULATIONS 2018-19 Youth Apprentices!

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       2018-19 Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship Scholarships

     At our Annual OYA Recognition Dinner held at the Cedarburg Cultural Center
    on May 8th the following students were awarded $500 OYA Scholarships:

                                                     James Cullen          Meghan Morris

                                                                       Emma Day              Kelly Fahrendorf

                                                                       Zach Dieringer       Quentin MacDonald

                                                                                   Catherine Heilmann   

    Congratulations to all our 2018-19

       OYA Scholarship Recipients!!!

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                 OYA employer Kapco talent acquisition highlighted in video by The Strategy House

    Kapco talks talent

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    10/15/18

     

    Former Youth Apprentice Brings
    Illumination and Clean Air to Light
     

    Former Ozaukee Youth Apprentice David Morrissey brings light and cleanliness to the world using the design and manufacturing skills he began to acquire while a Youth Apprentice.  See David explain the functionality and art that he helped create as part of the team at Visa Lighting in Milwaukee.

    See the video here:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWSE7I90x_4&feature=share

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    10/8/18

     

    Snider Mold recognized as Employer of the Year

    Snider Mold in Mequon, Wisconsin has been named Employer of the Year by the WOW Workforce Development Board.  Snider has been an OYA employer since 2016.  This award illustrates Snider Mold's dedication to it's employees and their work environment.  It is also a good example of the type of employers with whom our Youth Apprentices can hope to find apprentice opportunities.  Congratulations Snider Mold!! 

    See the article at: 

    http://www.gmtoday.com/news/local_stories/2018/10022018-biz-mequons-snider-mold-recognized.asp