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Twenty students graduated Monday, April 29 from an intensive five-week manufacturing job training program at Gateway Community College (GCC) aimed to help prepare participants for the many unfilled manufacturing positions available in the state.
Dealing with plumbing problems or car troubles are major annoyances for most people, but these challenges can derail the progress of those living in poverty.
Delivering a 30-second speech would seem to be easy, or at least manageable, compared to a lengthy presentation.
The Gateway Community College Foundation is pleased to announce that ConnCORP President and CEO, Paul McCraven, a longtime member of the Gateway Community College Foundation, Inc. (GCCF), was recently elected as chairman of the GCCF Board of Directors.
More than 100 area high school students got the chance to learn what GCC offers during the first annual Engineering & Technology Day on Thursday, April 25 in N100.
The nationwide opioid epidemic is creating the need for education on how to respond and possibly save a life in the event of an overdose.
An Entrepreneurial Studies major at Gateway Community College (GCC) developing an app to bring farm fresh produce into the hands of consumers won a $30,000 award to support the venture.
A poverty simulation showing participants role playing the lives of low-income families will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Thursday April 11 in room N100, the Curran Community Center at Gateway Community College (GCC).
Dissection tables once used almost exclusively by schools of medicine are giving GCC students access to high-technology resources for understanding complex systems within the body.
Gateway Community College’s local chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society recently took home the coveted Hallmark Award for their work with at-risk students at the College.
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