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Toll Free: 1-800-247-7122
TTY: (262) 741-8492
Burlington Campus: (262) 767-5200
Elkhorn Campus: (262) 741-8200
Kenosha Campus: (262) 564-2200
Racine Campus: (262) 619-6200
Campus Closings: 1-800-353-3152
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Resources for Dislocated Workers

In collaboration with Southeastern Wisconsin’s workforce development centers.

Starting Point: Visit the Workforce Development Center in your county.

  • Racine: 1717 Taylor Avenue Racine, WI
  • Kenosha: 8600 Sheridan Road Kenosha, WI

Walworth: 1000 East Centralia Elkhorn, WI

Identifying Your Skill Set

Career Counseling - The career counseling process stresses personal assessment of interests through interest inventories, values clarification, and goal setting. Information about educational and training opportunities, including Gateway programs and support services, is provided.

Training Options

Skills WorkshopsInnovative workshops are offered in a variety of disciplines to upgrade your skills. These non-credit workshops are designed to improve capabilities through job-related training and professional growth opportunities. The workshops are open to everyone and include Microsoft Office applications, QuickBooks, Telecommunications and more. Visit for a complete listing. There is a fee for these workshops.

Academic program referral – with over 150 degree and certificate programs, we can assist you with upgrading your skills, or re-tooling for new career options. Visit for a full listing. Please call one of the numbers below or send an email to make an appointment to meet with a counselor.

Academic development resources - General Educational Development Certificate (GED®) or High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED), Adult Basic Education and English Language Learner services are available in the Adult Learning Centers.  (Link to appropriate pages on new site)

  • Racine: 262-619-6218
  • Kenosha: 262-564-2796
  • Walworth: 262-741-8184
  • Burlington: 262-767-5090

Paying for Training

Workforce Investment Act (TAA and TRA) and American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Funding – funding is available through the workforce development centers for those who qualify.

Financial Aid - Financial aid is financial assistance to help students of any age meet their educational costs. Gateway Technical College uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine if a student is eligible for federal grants, student and parent loans, work-study, and state grants. Approximately 95% of students who apply for financial aid receive some sort of assistance. There are three major types of aid available to Gateway students. They include:

  1. Grants (do not have to be repaid unless you stop attending)
  2. Student Loans (must be repaid)
  3. Student Employment (you work and earn money to help pay for school)
  4. Janice Riutta 262-564-3072

Scholarships - Numerous private and governmental scholarships are available to new and continuing Gateway students. Visit for a full listing.

Finding a Job or Starting a Business

Student Employment Services - Assistance and resources are available to help students with job-seeking skills and strategies, resume development as well as interviewing techniques. This office is also the contact point for local, state-wide, and nation-wide employers wanting to hire our student/graduate population. Access to the regional Résumé Matrix and the Wisconsin Technical College TechConnect job search engines are available.

Business Development Services are available for those individuals who may be interested in learning how to start their own business. Data collection, survey, project, research and consultation services are available to assist with business development.

Therese Fellner 262-898-7524