BCHS Alum Showcases Importance of Dual Enrollment Academy

Max Czechowski

2017 Lancer graduate, Max Czechowski, enrolled in the Dual Enrollment Academy (DEA) as a Senior at Brookfield Central. Through the program, he was able to get a jumpstart on his college education by completing 22 total college credits before graduating high school, saving him significant money and time to a degree.

DEA allowed Czechowski to gain experience in using the robotic and hydraulic equipment available at the WCTC facility in the morning while still attending BCHS for afternoon classes. He now holds an Associate Degree in Automation Systems Technology and is continuing his education through WCTC for a Technical Diploma in Industrial Maintenance Technology and an Associate Degree in Manufacturing & Engineering Technology. Max’s story was showcased by the Wisconsin Technical College System and can be viewed here or seen below.

Max was also invited by the White House to participate in a roundtable discussion at WCTC with Dr. Peter Navarro, Assistant to the President for Trade and Manufacturing Policy, and other local elected officials on May 13.

Congratulations to Max on all of his success! You can learn more about the Dual Enrollment Academy by visiting wctc.edu/dual-enroll.