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Wisconsin has the most WCA Evaluators

Wisconsin has overtaken California for the largest number of Accredited Skill Evaluators in the country following the recently completed training of 12 educators at Madison College.

These teachers are now certified to award WCA Credentials to their students. Spurred on by funding from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, high schools in the state can receive up to $1,000 per student for each credential awarded.

The training was led by Madison College instructor and WCA Chief Evaluator, Patrick Molzahn. Due to high demand, a second training has been scheduled at the college on Feb. 15.

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