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Gateway Community College’s Class of 2019, which has commencement on Thursday, May 23, includes many students who have overcome challenges to get the chance to accept their degree.
Gateway Community College (GCC) is pleased to announce that President Paul Broadie II has selected Jerry Franklin, recently retired president and chief executive officer of Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc. (CPBI), as the distinguished recipient of the President’s Award to be given at the college’s Commencement Ceremony, May 23 at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport.
William W. Ginsberg, president and chief executive officer of The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, will be honored with an associate degree from Gateway Community College (GCC) at the May 23 Commencement Ceremony at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport.
Growing up in Italy, Gateway Community College (GCC) student Flaminia Aceranti didn’t know much about Connecticut until she moved to the area three years ago to become an au pair.
A government relations manager at will be the keynote speaker at Gateway Community College’s 27th commencement exercises on Thursday, May 23 at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport.
The Gateway Community College Foundation, Inc. (GCCF) announced the addition of four new members to their Board of Directors.
Gateway Community College (GCC) students, who are also parents of young children, face many expenses for the most basic necessities. Completing a college degree is a challenge, due to both the cost of tuition and lack of access to quality childcare.
Those considering pursuing a career in sports can learn about the business side of the industry in a new survey course offered at Gateway Community College (GCC).
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.
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