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Two Gateway students took home first-place and second-place honors at the Business Professionals of America Spring Leadership Conference in Green Bay recently.
Gateway student Caesar Garcia (Kenosha) won first place in PC Servicing/Troubleshooting and Interview Skills events, while... Read More
Nationally touring actors and educators Annie Riz and David Seeber, from Chicago, put on a presentation on three Gateway campuses in early April. “Sex Signals” is billed as “the real life funny sort-of-improv show.” The event entertained and had attendees thinking about dating scenarios, date... Read More
Gateway has made a commitment to our students, staff and our community to reduce waste, invest in renewable energy sources and protect our environment. As the days get longer and the sun shines brighter, we are capturing some of that sunlight with solar collectors on each of our campuses. As the... Read More
Students get tips for rising to meet challenges
“Linking leaders, launching legacies” was the theme for the Student Leadership Conference held March 27 on the Racine Campus. Students attended career and leadership building workshops, networked over lunch and had a chance to win scholarships and gift certificates to the Follett Bookstore.... Read More
Review process mandatory for those with financial aid
If you are an upcoming May graduate Gateway student who took out student loans, you should attend an upcoming Graduate Loan Exit Party. These “parties” are really workshops offered by student finance specialists to help students complete their loan counseling. Snacks are provided and no... Read More
Hats, headdresses explored at Women’s History Month program
For centuries, women have worn hats and headdresses for practical, symbolic, religious and cultural reasons. As part of the Gateway observance of Women’s History Month, “The History of Hats and Headdresses Around the World” was presented March 18 on the Kenosha Campus.
The event served as... Read More
Gateway services guide students from education to career
What is your pathway from program of study to a career? For students wrestling with this question, Career and Employment Services is here to serve students from the beginning steps of picking a career to the final step of finding a job.
To help students with job placement, Gateway’s... Read More
Students explore transfer possibilities for further education
More than 25 four-year colleges and universities were present April 2 when Gateway hosted its Transfer Fair on the Racine and Elkhorn campuses. The event provided an opportunity for students to meet college and university representatives about programs pertaining to their current studies.... Read More
Free workshop helps students use natural abilities to succeed
When looking for ways to maximize your natural abilities to succeed in life, it helps to pinpoint exactly what abilities those are. The Maximize Your Strengths seminar, held recently at all three campuses, helps students discover their strengths. Once strengths are known, individuals can use... Read More
Agreement to meet educational needs of transfer students
A new partnership gives Gateway Technical College graduates of select programs the opportunity to transfer to Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) at junior status to complete their baccalaureate degree.
The articulation agreement grants Gateway associate degree graduates of 19 programs... Read More
Nationally known journalist shares experiences, provides inspiration
To say Michele McPhee is a woman of some impressive accomplishments would be an understatement. McPhee worked her way up from scooping ice cream at Friendly’s in Boston to being the first female police bureau chief at the New York Daily News.
McPhee also has worked as a columnist for the... Read More
Students in Gateway Technical College’s Business Professionals of America group believe bullying is a problem in schools today – and they’re taking steps to help prevent it.
Those steps include a skit and other messages provided to Kenosha Unified School District students in an effort to... Read More