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Reader Precision Machining and Manufacturing Center opens on Elkhorn Campus
Gateway Technical College’s new Reader Precision Machining and Manufacturing (RPM) Center on the Elkhorn Campus will offer state-of-the-art manufacturing education which leads to solid, family-sustaining careers.
So said the several officials who spoke at a ribbon-cutting for the state-of... Read More
Urban Farm and Market open Thursdays
Kenosha Campus market open through October 13
Gateway’s revamped and much larger Urban Farm and Market is open each Thursday through October 13 at the Pike Creek Horticulture Center on the college’s Kenosha Campus. The market will be open to the public from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., rain or shine.
This year’s market on the campus represents... Read More
I Choose Gateway
There are many reasons why people make the decision to attend college. Factors include affordability, geographic location, availability of degree options, credit transfer and credit for prior learning or graduate job placement.
Each might stand alone as a solid reason to attend the... Read More
Teaching stars shine
Students choose faculty for annual awards
Nominated Gateway faculty members were in the spotlight recently after students nominated them for the Star Faculty Award. The annual awards recognize the importance of great teaching – not only content knowledge, but also the intangible qualities that make a teacher particularly effective and... Read More
Launch Box Business Center moves on campus
A grand opening is scheduled for 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 8 at the Launch Box Business Resource Center, located on the Racine Campus. The center, which was previously located toward the north end of downtown Racine on Main St., officially opened in mid-May.
“Students will have one-stop... Read More
Community members share in Celebrate Earth Day activities
Honoring Earth Day is more than a once-a-year philosophy at Gateway Technical College. But a few days a year, the college’s three campuses invite the entire community to celebrate the environment.
This year’s Celebrate Earth Day was held April 23 at the Kenosha and Elkhorn campuses.... Read More
Goldman Sachs Gives donation supports students
Gateway was named one of nine colleges to receive a grant from the Goldman Sachs Gives Community College Fund. The $100,000 award to the Gateway Technical College Foundation Inc. is part of an overall $1 million donation from Goldman Sachs Gives, a donor-advised fund, and will be matched by... Read More
Gateway DECA garners awards in Washington, D.C.
Students place in seven different categories
A total of 29 Gateway DECA students attended the Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference in Washington, D.C. April 15-20. Students spent the week competing in Business Simulations, Case Studies, Prepared Events, Management Institutes and Entrepreneurship Challenges. Each... Read More
CARE Team focuses on safety
Gateway wants to ensure a safe campus for all and its CARE team is one program that’s in place to help reduce any potential threats to safety. CARE stands for communication, awareness, referral and evaluation.
As behavioral concerns regarding students or employees are reported, the CARE... Read More
Students celebrate graduation, ready themselves for workforce
Gateway graduation commencement keynote speaker Jim Hawkins, CEO and owner of Kenall Manufacturing encourages graduates to become the leaders they were meant to be through self-reflection, persistence and integrity. About 840 graduates were recognized at the May 17 ceremony, and 373 attended.... Read More
Ready to represent
New student government leaders in place
While many students might be thinking about a relaxing summer this time of year, Gateway’s newly elected United Student Government leaders are jumping into planning for 2016-2017.
A new slate of student leaders was elected in April and includes President Dave Czuper, Kristen Daley, Mary... Read More