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!
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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.
Charles Helm first started working for Racine-based Motor Specialty Inc. in 1983 as a general laborer. During his 38 years at Motor Specialty, Helm has worked in field setup, machine shop setup and armature setup; as Armature Department Foreman and Armature and Field Department foreman — all before becoming plant manager, vice president of manufacturing and eventually executive vice president.
Gateway Technical College announced a $5.5 million gift from SC Johnson that will provide four-year scholarships to women and people of color interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields.
Gateway Technical College has named Gregory Bennett Jr. and Seeds of Hope this year’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarians to recognize them for their contributions to society, their school, business, or profession, as well as their dedication to volunteerism and philanthropic work.