New Employees at MSTC
July 3, 2014
Mid-State Technical College (MSTC) has hired three new employees: Dick Bartosh, Aamer Chaudri, and Jackie Shea.
Bartosh, Wisconsin Rapids, is MSTC’s safety coordinator. He is responsible for coordinating the college’s safety program and promoting safety awareness. Bartosh has an extensive background in environmental and occupational health and safety. He currently is employed as a part-time environmental, health, and safety specialist with the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Prior to his retirement from the university in 2011, he was the environmental, health, and safety officer. In this role, he served as the primary campus resource for information, technical consultation, regulatory interpretation, and training related to environmental and occupational health and safety. He has also spent the majority of his career with Stora Enso in the positions of environmental coordinator, senior water quality specialist, and photo/microscopy technician. Bartosh earned a bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and served in the United States Marine Corps.
Chauhdri, Stevens Point, is the director, enrollment management. He develops and executes well-planned strategies and tactics to shape the enrollment of the college. Chauhdri joins MSTC with nearly ten years of enrollment management experience. Most recently, he served as the director of admissions at Sullivan University System in Louisville, KY. Prior to that, he worked with American InterContinental University in the positions of director of student management and director of admissions. Chaudri earned a master’s degree in Instructional Technology from American InterContinental University, a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from California State University, and an associate’s degree in Economics from Los Angeles Valley College.
Shea, Wisconsin Rapids, is a grant & project coordinator. In this limited-term position, she is responsible for the oversight and project management of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant and serves as the primary point of contact for students entering and moving through the Advanced Certificate-Industrial Process Control coursework. Most recently, she worked at Renaissance Learning as a public relations manager where she was responsible for handling media inquiries and content for social media channels. Prior to that, she was employed with Element Mobile in the positions of public relations manager, community relations, and marketing analyst. Shea earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Carroll University.