Sunday’s scheduled programs are:
- 10 a.m., Business and Transportation Keynote speaker: Sharbel Maalouf, president of Medline Industries Personal Care Division; Student responder: Hunter Orlowski, Business Management.
- 2 p.m., Protective and Human Services. Keynote speaker: Tamarra Coleman, executive director, Shalom Center; Student responder: Juanita Perez, Early Childhood Education.
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Racine students at the podium
The School of Manufacturing, Engineering and Information Technology held its ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday. David Dobbs, senior manager of SC Johnson, was scheduled to be the keynote speaker, followed by student responder Emily Rindt of Racine.
Rindt will graduate with a degree in information technology-software developer. She holds a theater arts degree from a four-year college, but knew she wanted to try something different, which led her to Gateway.
In less than two years in the program, Rindt already has begun her career.
“I feel it was a good decision to enroll at Gateway and to change my career,” she said. “I am more confident and more in control of my life and my career. Things are snowballing in a great way. There’s just such a positivity to my life.”
Graduates in the Protective and Human Services program are scheduled to have their ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday. The keynote speaker is Tamarra Coleman, executive director of the Shalom Center, the Kenosha-based homeless assistance program, and the student responder is Racine resident Juanita Perez, who will earn her degree in early childhood education.
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