Gateway Community & Technical College’s Community Engagement Programs

Gateway Community & Technical College’s Community Engagement Programs

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New community programs, many of which are free, are now available at a locally-based community college. Read on for all the details!

Gateway Community & Technical College now offers many complimentary programs and workshops to the community

Gateway Community & Technical College is expanding its reach to the community through new engagement opportunities with Gateway Local.

According to Toni Bloom Mueller, coordinator of Community Engagement, “Gateway Local advances the college’s commitment to community outreach and engagement through non-credit professional and personal development programs, gallery exhibits, and community partnerships.”

Through Gateway Local, Bloom Mueller hopes to bring more of the “community” aspect to the community college. She says that that the campuses of Gateway Community & Technical College are a hub for talent development, and giving the students, as well as the public, a chance to continue their talent and personal development with Gateway Local.

“Gateway Local was created through conversations and collaborations that identified areas of interest in our community,” she adds.

Here is a list of ways to check out these workshops, seminars, gallery exhibits, and more at Gateway Local:

Fee-Based Classes:

Check the website for a list of classes starting in February 2018.

Free Workshops:

Oct. 12: What’s in that Cloud – Learn how to access and use your cloud storage

Nov. 9: Holiday Photo Booth – Bring the family for a photo with our whimsical props in our diverse holiday photo booth.

Workshops are completely FREE and open to the public. Click here for more information and to register.

Gallery Exhibits & Events:

Sept. 27 – Oct. 27, Gateway Alumni Exhibit: Check out work from eight of Gateway’s talented graduate artists: Carly Hummel, Keith Neltner, April Bentley, Chris Dye, Alice Bergman, Aaron May, Todd Lipscomb, and Ben Wilson

November 25, 10:00am-2:00pm, Shop Small Saturday Pop-Up Shops: Kick-off your holiday shopping by checking out the arts, crafts, household items, and yummy treats offered for sale by Gateway’s talented students and employees.

You can find Gateway Gallery in the Center for Technology, Innovation and Enterprise at 516 Madison Avenue in Covington. Click here for more on the gallery.

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