Central Wisconsin Metal Manufacturers Alliance


Metal Mania

Metal Mania

Metal Mania is a partnership between CWIMMA and Mid State Technical College. The program has multiple levels, and is open to any high school student of any age.


Students, are exposed to short-term, innovative, summer classes, allowing them to earn 8 college credits each summer, that transfer into 23 related career paths.


Students, are exposed to such curriculum as machining, solid modeling, print reading, applied math, reverse engineering, and numerous other STEM related activities. 


What makes it better? It's free to all students, allowing anyone to participate.

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Metal Masters Quest

Metal Masters Quest

Metal Masters Quest, is a collaborative partnership between CWIMMA and Northcentral Technical College (NTC).  The program allows high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to complete machining courses at NTC to build the foundation needed to work at area businesses and be successful in education.


This program allows students to get hands on work experience as well as classroom experience. Students also receive both Youth Apprenticeship Credits and Registered Apprenticeship Credits at no cost to students.



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Milestone Project

Milestone Project

The Milestone Project is a collaborative partnership between CWIMMA and Northcentral Technical College (NTC). CWIMMA received funding from this project from area foundations.


The program is designed to provide a free opportunity to graduating seniors each summer, with barriers to employment (socioeconomic, disabilities, etc). Students attend a 12 week class and earn 12 college credits. Students work 20 hours a week for CWIMMA Members and earn a  livable wage and attend NTC for 20 hours per week.


Upon graduation students are offered the opportunity to continue their education or full time employment.


Courses include: Financial literacy, Math, Print Reading, Machine Tool and Welding related instruction.


Thank You to The Alexander, Dudley, Dwight Davis, Greenheck, and Wausau Communiy Foundations.

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