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Nursing Assistant (NA) Student Information 
for Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship students


Hello students interested in the 2024 summer Nursing Assistant class at MATC north campus.

First complete an Ozaukee YA application here: STUDENT | OzaukeeYA

and turn it into your high school office.

then follow steps 1 and 2

2023-24 MATC Nursing Assistant checklist for High School students

Above is the Checklist of steps for accepted OYA students planning to take the MATC summer class:

Step 1: Apply online to MATC for the Nursing Assistant program (30-543-1)

DEADLINE: March 1, 2023, go to

When creating your account, select ‘Apply for a Program’, then select Nursing Assistant-TD for Technical Diploma. -After applying, ask your guidance counselor to email your HS transcript to -Within about an hour of applying, you will receive an email with your MATC ID#. You will need your ID for step 2.


Step 2: orientation 

 On March 2nd, 2023, we reviewed expectations and class dates for the Nursing Assistant class at MATC and set up the students CastleBranch health record accounts. If you have not completed this step, please call John Higgins at 262-268-6074 and Suzie Considine, Dual Enrollment Specialist, 414-522-9525 for more information.

2023 MATC CNA summer class application session from Dec 7, 2022, information night


Dementia Resources materials 

from Sarah Prohuska, MSW, CAPSW Dementia Care Specialist Aging and Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County 121 W. Main Street Port Washington, WI 53074 (262) 284-8120 

Information about other CNA possible class options

Please talk with YA coordinator regarding these possibilities before you apply

Nursing Assistant - Moraine Park Technical College

Class Offerings - Moraine Park Technical College

West Bend Campus summer 2023

Quality CNA Training Sheboygan - Quality CNA Training

Nurse Aid Candidate Handbook 

​Youth Apprenticeship students may be eligible for the following start college now and dual enrollment opportunities.

  • IMPORTANT REMINDER: As you know, students who want to take Early College Credit Program (ECCP) courses during the summer term must submit ECCP applications to their school district by February 1st.  And, the deadline for students to submit ECCP and Start College Now applications to school districts for the fall term is right around the corner on March 1st.

  • Students who participate in dual enrollment tend to have higher:

  • General academic achievement in high school,

  • High school completion rates,

  • College access and enrollment,

  • College credit accumulation,

  • College degree attainment

  • So, here are some resources for you to "find again" this Friday to assist you:

  • Wisconsin Dual Enrollment Series These three slide decks are a great resource for new school counselors or other educators to learn more about dual enrollment!

  • Introduction to Dual Enrollment in Wisconsin

  • Early College Credit Program (ECCP) Overview

  • Increasing Equity in Dual Enrollment

  • ECCP Applications

  • ECCP Frequently Asked Questions Have a question about ECCP?  It may have already been asked and answered!

  • Start College Now

  • Courses Selecting courses to apply for can be a big challenge for students since oftentimes, course schedules have not been published by application deadlines.  This page offers some tips and even a few links to help students navigate the process of selecting ECCP courses at some of our campuses.

  •  Dual Enrollment State and Campus Contacts Didn't find what you were looking for in the above links?  Reach out to a state or individual campus dual enrollment contact.  We are here to help you!

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