For over 100 years, Bradley Tech connects a high school education to Career Pathways that lead to rewarding futures.
Career Pathways are groups of occupations and career specialties used as an organizing tool for curriculum design and instruction. Successful completion of a Bradley Tech Pathway is a great start for future career success.
The goals of a Bradley Tech career-based education include:
• Blending rigorous academic/technical preparation.
• Providing career development.
• Offers options for students to experience all aspects of a business or industry.
• Facilitates/assists students and educators with ongoing transitions.
Bradley Tech is a place to discover, to prepare, to plan, and to determine your passions. Explore with hands-on learning opportunities. Develop real work skills. All while working to earn college credits that can be applied to future studies at a variety of Wisconsin universities and colleges! You will be ahead of the crowd and save thousands of dollars in college expenses!
In partnership with MATC and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Bradley Tech offers industry-approved Programs of Study, which includes a sequence of instruction (based on recommended standards, and knowledge and skills) consisting of coursework, activities, work-site learning, service learning, and other learning experiences. This sequence of instruction provides preparation for a career and challenges the students to an opportunity to earn at least 12 college credits. Students who are ready for greater challenges can earn more college credits with fast-track programs that include a technical diploma in mobile app/web design.
Careers include: Carpenter, electrician, mason, plumber.
Careers include: Graphic artist, mobile app designer, web designer.
Careers include: Machine tool operator, welder.
Careers include: Engineer, mechanical drafting.
Ask a Tech graduate the value of a shop certificate and the education earned at Bradley Tech and you will often hear the same story that it continues to help them long after high school.