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About Waukesha, WI
Ranked number 36 in Money Magazine's 2006 Top 100 Best Places to Live, Waukesha might be Wisconsin's best-kept secret. Nestled in a setting of authentic 1800s architecture, Milwaukee's largest suburb boasts a revitalized downtown area filled with specialty shops, restaurants, and stores. Its thriving arts community features more than 20 galleries, a cultural museum, and a new performing arts theater. Winding through the downtown area is the three-mile Riverwalk, with its art displays, water taxis, cafes, and brewpubs. With five "art crawls" throughout the year and live music on the streets in the summer, Waukesha is a pedestrian-friendly city that caters to the art community.
Just 20 minutes away is nearby Milwaukee, known as the City of Festivals. Music lovers will find every possible type of music, from rock and hip-hop to punk and ska at venues throughout the city. Milwaukee is also home to Summerfest, the 11-day event named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest music festival in the world. With major league sports teams and eight nearby colleges and universities, Milwaukee offers plenty to do and a thriving social scene.
Come start your new career in beautiful Waukesha, Wisconsin! Financial aid is available to those who qualify.