Prevail Bank is pleased to contribute $10,000 to assist Mid-State Technical College in the expansion of their education programming to continue to have local companies employ local people and enhance local economic development for communities in central Wisconsin. This new expansion located in Stevens Point will train over 400 students annually, increasing student capacity by 172%, and infuse central Wisconsin with highly skilled workers, address the workforce shortage, and sustain and grow the area businesses.

Bobbi Damrow, Mid-State vice president of workforce development and community relations stated that, “Prevail Bank’s contribution to the Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering Technology, and Apprenticeship Center project, slated for Stevens Point, is a celebration of two community-serving organizations collaborating to help ensure the vitality of central Wisconsin for years to come. This project will serve to provide education and training for a number of high-demand occupations, creating a strong pipeline of relevant, skilled talent with opportunities for excellent, long-term careers in the area.”

Janet Hohl, Wisconsin Rapids retail coordinator states, “Prevail Bank is excited to donate to Mid-State Technical College for the new Central Wisconsin Training Center. We want to continue to invest in the future of our local communities. We feel that building strong educational programs will provide economic growth and stability in our area. Congratulations Mid-State Technical College!”

Prevail Bank’s main focus is on pursuing what’s possible in our local communities. Striving to help community enhancement and supporting local organization growth; Prevail Bank is a community bank that is continually working to support the community.

Prevail Bank’s Charitable Contributions program is available for local non-profit organizations in the communities they serve to help local people in need and provide more to their communities. If your organization is interested in applying for funds for a major initiative in your community, review their Community Giving webpage.

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