In 1911, Gateway Technical College became the first publicly funded continuation school in the U.S. Since then, the Kenosha-based school has continued to lead the way, establishing business partnerships, including industry certifications in its curriculum, and providing students with hands-on skills training.
GTC has also grown to three campuses, in Kenosha, Racine and Elkhorn. And it has adapted to meet business needs over time, most recently by launching two associate degree programs – advanced manufacturing and supply chain management – to train employees for the Foxconn Technology Group complex development in nearby Mount Pleasant.
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