Current Sponsor Profiles

We would like to give a huge thank you to our 2020-2021 Annual Sponsors!

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Gold Sponsors

About Wisconsin Technical Colleges

Wisconsin’s 16 technical colleges serve every community in Wisconsin, providing learning opportunities close to home. The Wisconsin Technical College System offers more than 500 programs, awarding two-year associate degrees, one- and two-year technical diplomas, and short-term technical diplomas and certificates. The colleges also provide customized business solutions that help employers ensure a skilled incumbent workforce ready to improve processes or incorporate new technology.

Visit www.wistechcolleges.org to explore all the benefits Wisconsin’s technical colleges have to offer.

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Silver Sponsors

About Rogers Behavioral Health

For more than 110 years, Rogers has been helping people rise above the challenges of mental illness, addiction, and stigma to lead healthy lives and rediscover hope. We have treatment that provides a pathway to recovery that works, and a care team that listens and wants to help.

Rogers is a not-for-profit, independent provider of specialized mental health and addiction services for adults, teens, and children. Offering treatment in seven states, Rogers is one of the largest specialty behavioral healthcare systems in the U.S.  Visit www.rogersbh.org to find out more.

About Educators Credit Union

Educators Credit Union was founded by teachers in 1937 so members could borrow and save money at fair and reasonable interest rates. Today, Educators members are students, government workers, healthcare employees, small business owners and many other community members. Educators started out operating under the guiding principle of “Not for Profit, Not for Charity, But for Service.” That purpose and philosophy remains our foundation and guiding force today, along with our mission to help every member achieve his or her financial goals. Visit www.ecu.com to learn more about what ECU has to offer.

About Children’s Wisconsin e-learning programs

Children’s Wisconsin believes kids deserve the best, and that belief drives everything they do.  That’s why they have developed HealthyKidsLearnMore.com health e-learning programs.  Course topics include Mental and Emotional Health, Bullying Prevention, Health & Wellness and Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs Prevention. Courses are offered at no cost to Wisconsin schools and more than 130,000 K-8 grade students participate in these programs each year.

Children’s Wisconsin is the region’s only independent health care system dedicated solely to the health and well-being of children. The hospital, with locations in Milwaukee and Neenah, Wisconsin, is recognized as one of the leading pediatric health care centers in the United States.

About Universal Technical Institute

Graduating from a school with a quality reputation is important. UTI is the leading provider of training for students preparing for careers as professional automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle, marine, CNC machining and welding technicians. More than 200,000 students have graduated from UTI during our more than 50-year history. Our reputation is built on the quality of our training and instructors, our industry relationships as well as the success that UTI graduates experience in their careers.

Find out more about what UTI has to offer by visiting https://www.uti.edu/

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About Mount Mary University

Mount Mary University is an urban Catholic university committed to social justice and the development of the whole person. Founded in 1913 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, it is the first four-year, degree-granting Catholic institution for women in Wisconsin. Today it serves a diverse population and offers more than 30 undergraduate majors for women and nine graduate programs for women and men in four schools: Arts & Design; Humanities, Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies; Natural & Health Sciences and Education; and Business.

Mount Mary offers a Master of Science in Professional Counseling and Post-Master’s Certificates in the following concentrations: clinical mental health counseling (CACREP accredited), clinical rehabilitation counseling and school counseling. Mount Mary is now accepting applicants for its new Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program, which will have a fall 2021 start. The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision is designed to prepare graduates to become counselor educators and supervisors and to assume positions in institutions of higher education.

About Harmony SEL

Harmony SEL is an innovative social and emotional learning program for pre-K-6 grade students designed to foster communication, connection, and community both in and outside the classroom. Built around five themed units, the program strives to develop children into compassionate and caring adults through engaging, developmentally appropriate lessons, activities, and games. These five themed units include Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy & Critical Thinking, Communication, Problem Solving, and Peer Relationships. All Harmony content is available in English and Spanish.

Harmony’s approach to SEL implementation is both individual and community driven, as children learn with and from their peers through collaborative activities and lessons with Harmony. In this way, inclusion and equity are central to SEL, as they are essential for fostering an environment where authentic relationships and a healthy sense of identity can thrive. Harmony equips students, educators, and families with the knowledge and skills to think critically and seek inclusive solutions for their learning communities.

Since the program’s inception in 2008, researchers have conducted rigorous evaluations of Harmony components – providing sufficient evidence to be named a CASEL SELect program. The program has continued to develop effective classroom curriculum, teaching tools, and family support to meet the changing needs of diverse learning communities. These developments include expanded online implementation training, a mobile gaming app that builds SEL competencies and mindfulness through play, and a distance learning guide complete with lesson plans designed specifically for remote instruction.

Accessible online and at no cost, Harmony supports on-site and online instruction for schools across the United States, including the ten largest school districts in the country. Look for new additions to the Harmony program in 2021, including all-new unit themes, updated lessons and activities, new content for out-of-school time, and optimizations to Harmony games and implementation training. Learn more at www.HarmonySEL.org

About UW-Madison Office of Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Aid at UW-Madison has financial aid programs to support your students.

Learn more about Bucky’s Tuition Promise, FASTrack, and other services we can offer at www.financialaid.wisc.edu.

About Christian Family Solutions

Christian Family Solutions (CFS) provides counseling care and services through our 50 clinics, including Brookfield, Appleton, Germantown, Milwaukee, through telehealth, and on site at schools as part of our School-based Counseling Partnership Program. Our continuum of care ensures that those in need of help and healing for mental health concerns receive excellent care in a community-based clinic setting, before symptoms escalate and hospital-based treatment is needed.

Services provided: 

  • Outpatient counseling in-person or through telehealth
  • Community-based day treatment programs for teens in our Brookfield clinic to help teens manage depression, anxiety, trauma, or other mental health conditions. Day treatment is a step up in care for teens who may have regressed or plateaued in the traditional outpatient counseling setting or are having difficulty managing the challenging school environment during the pandemic. Telehealth options are available for teens in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
  • The STRONG Child & Adolescent Day Treatment program provides intensive mental health services to children and adolescents (ages 5-14) in a safe and structured setting. Services take place in our Milwaukee clinic at 510 E. Burleigh Street.

We offer excellent mental health treatment to all clients. In addition, CFS has the unique ability to integrate quality treatment with Christian faith principles if so desired by the client. We collaborate with other providers to work in the best interest of our clients, and we strive to provide helpful resources to help individuals and families navigate mental health care options. To refer online, visit ChristianFamilySolutions.org or call 800-438-1772. For helpful information or resources, contact Bre Gruenewald, CFS Community Outreach, at 262-415-7739 or bgruenewald@wlcfs.org

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About Farm & Industry Short Course

For more than 135 years, Farm & Industry Short Course (FISC) has been the Midwest’s leading source of accelerated, applied agricultural training in higher education.  FISC is a 16-week certificate program at UW-Madison designed for future agriculturalists who want applied and immersive educational training. Unique in the country, FISC offers students the opportunity to get accelerated education by taking college-level courses in their area of interest within the agriculture industry.

Students learn from UW-Madison faculty and staff, as well as industry professionals, who are experts in their field.  Courses are designed to incorporate the latest research and provide students hands-on learning opportunities to further their knowledge, build their skills, and grow their confidence.

Through courses and co-curricular activities, FISC offers students personal and professional development to build a successful career in agriculture. FISC offers a small residential and learning community for its students, while providing all of the same benefits and opportunities available to other UW-Madison students. 

FISC offers abundant funding opportunities for students and families to cover the costs of attendance. The FISC Tuition Promise is a scholarship covering 100% of tuition & fees for income-eligible Wisconsin residents. The FISC Scholarship Program awards scholarships to every student who applies. No FAFSA is required for either scholarship program.

Find out what more FISC has to offer your students by visiting https://go.wisc.edu/FISC