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FVTC students learn tools of trade

Apprenticeship programs receive $1.8 million from state

6:58 PM, Jul. 25, 2013
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Mark Gedamke left his mark on Fox Valley Technical College.

When he was enrolled in the college's apprenticeship program, he and some of his classmates assembled a working cascading timer circuit, which is used as a hands-on learning tool and resembles a device used for controlling industrial machinery.

"It was an opportunity to make something that other people could use and get some hands-on learning," said Gedamke of Waupun, an industrial electrician at International Paper in Fond du Lac. He and his classmates were inspired to make the device when other students suggested it would be ...

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