Thursday – February 21, 2019
MATC, GE Medical Sign Agreement that Benefits Biomedical Electronics Technology Students
MATC and GE Medical representatives following the signing of agreements to place MATC biomedical electronics technology students in internships with GE Medical employees.
Front row (left to right) Jerry Krueger, Director of Service, Healthcare Services for the Aurora Health System; Greg Kujawa, GE Zone General Manager, Healthcare Manager; Andrew Roberts, Executive Program Manager, Healthcare Services
Back row (left to right) Terese Dressel, School of Technology and Applied Sciences Associate Dean, Electronics Technology instructor Ed Stanclik, Executive Vice President and Provost Dr. VIcki J. Martin and Electronics instructor Tom Heraly.
May 20, 2014
Representatives from Milwaukee Area Technical College and GE Medical signed an agreement that will place students in MATC’s biomedical electronics technology associate degree program in internships at Aurora Health Care facilities.
“This partnership is critical for students in our biomedical electronics technology program,” said MATC Executive Vice President and Provost Dr. Vicki J. Martin. “Having the practical experience in a healthcare facility better prepares them for careers in this rapidly-growing and evolving industry. MATC appreciates the commitment GE Medical has made to our students and our program.”
“Our students will have the opportunity to work and learn from leading professionals in the biomedical electronics profession,” said Terese Dressel, MATC Associate Dean in the School of Technology and Applied Sciences. “The experience will be pivotal as our students prepare for careers in this field.”
For more information about MATC's biomedical electronics technology associate degree program, visit this link.
MATC Executive Vice President and Provost Dr. Vicki J. Martin signs the agreement with GE Medical creating internship opportunities for the college's biomedical electronics technology students.
Greg Kujawa of GE Medical completes the agreement that will place MATC students with GE Medical employees in Aurora Health Care facilities.