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Interior design students bring home title
While winter has hardly been inviting for many, Gateway students recently used outdoor elements to design a welcoming dining room.
Six Interior Design students put together a nature-inspired dining room for a contest held during the 52nd annual Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show at... Read More
Star ambassadors represent Gateway on campus
You could say that Jacquita Hughes, Joshua Paul and Aaron Cole are shining examples of everything that’s great about Gateway. The three recently were named Star Ambassadors for 2014. Hughes represents both the Racine Campus and the entire Gateway district, while Paul represents the Kenosha... Read More
As we near the end of the spring semester many students are thinking about graduation or summer break. Whatever your plans are for the next few months, I bet it has something to do with searching for a job.
I offer this little bit of advice as you begin to tune up your resume and... Read More
Students enjoy helping at Special Olympics fundraiser
Gateway students found themselves warmed by community spirit while volunteering at the recent Polar Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics. Six Business Professionals of America students helped out at the event, held at the Brat Stop in Kenosha, while two others braved icy water for the cause.... Read More
Students hear directly from professionals in their field
More than 60 Gateway students got a jump on the transition from student to employee when they attended the March 6 Meet the Professionals event on the Racine Campus. Panelists from health, business, accounting, human services, child care, protective services, manufacturing, technology,... Read More
Barbering students offer free services
Gateway Technical College Barbering Studio is offering free salon services to students, staff and the general public through April 30. The free services are available between 8:15 a.m. and noon and 12:45 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in Room S137 of the Kenosha Campus.
Trained... Read More
Children enjoy fun activities while boosting wellness knowledge
Gateway students had an opportunity to put their career skills into practice Feb. 14 as they hosted a wellness event on the Kenosha Campus. More than 125 children, ages 5 to 12, from the Kenosha Boys and Girls Club visited several programs, including Dental Assistant, Nursing, Surgical... Read More
DECA students prep for real-world scenarios
Have you ever seen the abbreviation DECA on campus and wondered what it means? Gateway’s Collegiate DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) is a student-driven organization that prepares students for careers by integrating skills learned in the classroom into real-world role plays and... Read More
Culinary students 'wing it' in cooking contest
Tasty culinary creations were the order of the day Feb. 28 as the Wings in the Spring culinary contest was held in the SC Johnson Student Life Center of the Racine Campus. Six culinary students prepared six different types of chicken wings. For $5, diners received samples of all six wings and a... Read More
Prepare at Transfer Fair
Mark your calendar for Wednesday, April 2, to attend the Transfer Fair, where representatives from more than 20 colleges will be on hand. The event is set for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the North Building atrium on the Elkhorn Campus and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the S.C. Johnson Student Life Center in... Read More
On-campus help available to prep for interviews, job search
If you are planning on graduating soon, you might want to visit Gateway’s Career and Employment Services to help you plan your future.
“Career and Employment Services helps students prepare cover letters and resumes, offers workshops about job-seeking skills, provides mock interviews,... Read More
Academic advisors expand outreach to students
With Summer Semester registration open and Fall registration coming in April, it is a great time to remind yourselves that academic advisors are available on all Gateway campuses to assist students. Academic advisors are a resource for information and updates about your program, can guide you in... Read More
Poet shares personal story, advice for success
Kwabena Antoine Nixon was only 11 when he lost his father to an act of street violence in Chicago.
Today Nixon is a spoken word poet and the author of “Eye Write What Eye See.” He recently brought his message of optimism and encouragement to Gateway as part of the Black History Month... Read More
TechWizards is looking for motivated individuals to work with and mentor students at Lincoln or Washington middle schools in Kenosha.
But just who are TechWizards and what do they do?
In 2011 and 2012, Gateway’s Association of Information Technology Professionals students began... Read More