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If you live in the NWTC District, you have access to a variety of college resources – even if you’re not a student! The Library, Dental Clinic, career services, classes, commercial kitchens, and facility rentals are just some of the offerings available to our local communities.
A patient receives dental care at the NWTC Dental Clinic

Health Clinics

Our clinics offer high-quality services and care to the community while enabling students to gain hands-on skills.

Jobs at NWTC

View job openings at our locations throughout Northeast Wisconsin.

Career Services

Need help with your job search? Want to post a job? We can help!


You are welcome to visit the Library and access our collections, expertise, and services.

Service Learning

Recruit students for your community project.

Facility Rentals

Planning a large event? Need space for a business meeting? Contact us today!

Center for Entrepreneurship

Start or grow your small business.

Training and Seminars

See in-person and online classes designed for working adults.

Certification and Licensure

View options for CDL, real estate, food service sanitation, insurance, and more.

Shared Use Kitchens

A kitchen producer cleans dishes in the shared use kitchen

Calling all cooks, bakers, and food entrepreneurs! Use our commercial kitchens to process your food product. 

Learn more about our Shared Use Kitchens

Artisan and Business Center

 A local artisan works with clay

Visit us for classes, workshops, and open studio sessions in  
ceramics, metals, jewelry, drawing, painting, fused glass,  
textiles, fibers, and woodturning. 

Learn more about the Artisan Center

Notary Services

Notary Services are available for students, staff and the general public. Contact NWTC for more information!  

Free Tax Help

Need help preparing your tax return? You may be eligible to get your taxes done for free with assistance from NWTC Accounting Students. Learn more.

Newcomers are welcome at NWTC

Resources are available at NWTC for all newcomers – immigrants, refugees, displaced persons, asylum seekers, stateless persons, and secondary migrants. Learn more »