As the Internet becomes more integrated into our lives, future demand for people who have the knowledge and experience necessary to build and maintain websites will increase as well. Web developers and webmasters work in a variety of environments including corporations, government and other computer companies. Web developers create and update company’s websites for day-to-day operations of the site.
If you love working with school-aged children and feel a career in education is calling you, the Instructional Assistant associate degree program at Gateway Technical College is right for you. The two-year program is offered online. The typical instructional assistant or paraprofessional will work under the supervision of a licensed teacher, performing a variety of tasks in the classroom including monitoring student’s activities, tutoring, correcting papers, facilitating small groups and supervising various classroom and school events.
Graphic communications is a great career for creatively minded people who also enjoy computers and technology. Though the tools for design have changed from pen and paper to computers and software, ideas and artistic skill are still important. If you are a creative person with technical savvy, this career is for you.
Join the vast and dynamic field of Marketing by obtaining an associate degree from Gateway Technical College. Gateway offers two degree options, General Marketing and Business to Business (B2B) Marketing, providing a variety of job opportunities for graduates. Marketing professionals can work in various industries including business, non-profit, education and government. Professionals often develop marketing plans for products and services, create promotions and promotional pieces, maintain social media profiles and develop market research studies and analyze their findings.
Learn how to plan, develop and manage current or prospective small businesses with a technical diploma in Small Business Entrepreneurship from Gateway Technical College. Entrepreneurs turn their business or product ideas into a reality by developing business and marketing plans, supervising the operations of their business and using current and emerging technologies to successfully maintain a business.
Do you want to be the boss? Then be the best boss you can be by earning an associate degree in Supervisory Management from Gateway Technical College. The flexibility of earning your degree completely online or in accelerated courses in the evening or even a combination of these delivery types will get you that promotion with minimal interruption to your schedule. The Supervisory Management program’s coursework is designed for people who want to gain managerial skills fast so that they can maximize their career opportunities.
Enjoy versatility in your job by obtaining a degree in Professional Communications from Gateway Technical College. Technical writers have the opportunity to work in various industries including the computer, electronic, financial, marketing, and medical industries. Many tech writers also appreciate that they can often choose how they work; they can choose to work at small companies, in a large corporate setting or freelance writing. The Professional Communications degree program at Gateway Technical College is a two-year associate degree offered at the Racine Campus and online.
The world of business management is an exciting, fast paced and dynamic place to spend your career. The Business Management program at Gateway Technical College is a two-year associate degree program offered at the Elkhorn, Kenosha and Racine Campuses. At Gateway, Business Management students will learn how the business world functions from a marketing, financial and organizational point of view. In the fast-paced business world, keeping up requires a manager to be knowledgeable in a variety of subjects.
While the stereotypical accountant is a math wizard who crunches numbers all day long, the reality is that accounting is really a communications field. Accountants must enjoy working with numbers, however complex math is not necessary. Accountants must also be comfortable communicating with fellow employees, vendors, customers and management to gather financial information used to show the financial position of a company.