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Gateway Community College Honors Veterans with Ceremony and Fundraiser
Addiction landed Curtis Anderson and Daryl McGraw in prison, but both found different paths to recovery, and their messages of hope showed that success in life after long-term drug use is possible. Anderson and McGraw shared their stories at the Gateway Community College (GCC) Recovery Fair on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Adjusting to the demands of college life can be a stressful time for students who have to learn to negotiate a busy class schedule, often while working, and try to find time for relaxation as well.
The Automotive program at Bullard-Havens Technical High School that is paving the way for automotive students to gain college credits at Gateway Community College (GCC) has received national recognition.
his IS Us: Career Conversations about the Black Male Experience offered insight to students about how to tackle adversity and get ahead. The event started with a panel discussion with men who have built careers in fields such as education, healthcare, law enforcement, and business and was followed by roundtable discussions.
Faith Middleton, of WNPR’s “The Faith Middleton Food Schmooze®,” and Chris Prosperi, chef/owner of Metro Bis in Simsbury, were the featured hosts for an evening exploring signature dishes from cookbook author and television host Ina Garten on Wednesday, November 7 at Gateway Community College.
Alumni, students, faculty and staff invited to participate in the GCC Alumni Basketball Game - October 27
The Gateway Community College Foundation Celebrated its 21st Annual Hall of Fame on October 4 with a gala induction ceremony and reception in the Curran Community Center.
The Connecticut (NAACP) named President Broadie among the100 Most Influential Blacks in Connecticut for 2018.
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