Fox Valley Tech developing managers
By Stephen Groessel
Graduates with an associate degree in the management development program at Fox Valley Technical College, Chilton Regional Center are (from left) Joe Dyer, American Finishing Resources, Chilton; Marty McIntire, Briess Malt & Ingredients, Chilton; Connie Daun, chief deputy clerk of court, Calumet County; and Natasga Grenzer, Sargento Foods, Plymouth.

A management development associate degree accelerated program offered at Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) — Chilton Regional Center, appeals to working individuals.

The management development program is designed for working adults possessing occupational skills who want to improve their leadership skills. One such person might move from being a co-worker today to become a lead person or supervisor after the training, said Colleen Schnell, director, Chilton Regional Center operations.

The course of study is done in an accelerated format in which students come to school one night a week for three years and earn their management development associate degree. In the accelerated format, classes meet once a