Graduate Realizes Career Fit through Gateway
LaShon Stevens was 23 years old, worked hard at his job and knew his work history and skills made him very employable.
Enrolling as a Gateway Red Hawk makes life-changing opportunities a reality. Choose from 70+ affordable, accessible and flexible industry-focused diploma, degree and certificate programs available in Burlington, Elkhorn, Kenosha, Racine and Sturtevant — and online. Build your career with dual credit in high school that counts toward your degree. Advance your education with transfer agreements with 4-year colleges that recognize our high-quality hands-on career training. With exceptional student support resources and campus life opportunities, #BigDreams #StartHere!
Gateway graduates are happy with their education
Gateway Foundation scholarships awarded to support student success
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To support economic growth in our community, Gateway is a leader in providing industry-focused continuing education, certifications and customized workforce training, as well as business support services in the areas of business technology; manufacturing, telecommunication and construction; leadership, coaching and team dynamics; and safety, quality and project management. Collaborate with us to grow and thrive alongside other local business, industry and community leaders in our diverse communities.
Employ Milwaukee Inc. was awarded a $5.3 million grant from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development to launch an initiative aimed at connecting traditionally underserved groups to jobs. The grant will support the Milwaukee workforce development board’s new Skillful Transitions program, which is expected to serve 500 participants. The program will provide individualized assessment of skills, experience and job readiness, and will be coupled with the organization’s CareerWork$ job readiness training and paid work experience program.
Sam Pittsenbarger said going to college had always been in his plans. He also knew he wanted to enter a career that combined his love of a hands-on environment with being a problem-solver, and he felt that becoming a vehicle technician was a good fit for him. Gateway Technical College helped Sam to do that — in more ways than one.
Gateway Technical College students swept the American Technical Education Association Futures Competition, a design competition challenging students to find solutions to real-world problems.