Gateway Recognizes Outstanding Workforce Partners

Gateway Community and Technical College Workforce Solutions recognized exemplary partners for their contributions to Gateway at the Workforce Solutions Awards ceremony today.

Gateway Workforce Solutions and the Assessment Center partners with over 1200 companies, serving over 4,000 incumbent workers every year with customized short-term training and degree programs.

It is always my pleasure and honor to recognize our partners who invest so much in Gateway programs, students and their own employees, said Dr. Angie Taylor, Vice President of Workforce Solutions. We appreciate their commitment and contributions.

The award for outstanding investment in Employee Development went to the Kelloggs Snacks Florence Bakery.

The Mazak Corporation was recognized for creatively investing in employee hiring, retention, and promotion.

The award for long-term investment in employee training went to the Kenton County Airport Board. The Northern Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME) Chapter was recognized for initiating and successfully implementing an apprenticeship program in partnership with Gateway.

Recognition for vision and commitment to strengthening the regions logistics industry went to the founding members of the Northern Kentucky Logistics Consortium Amazon Fulfillment, DHL Express, FedEx Ground, LeanCor Supply Chain Group and Legion Logistics, LLC.

Laura Lyons, president of ATech Training, was presented the Premier Workforce Partner Award.

In addition to the partner awards, high school students Emma Jo Booker, Drew Brumbeck, Jordan England and Zachary Fuqua, and Raise the Floor students Marsha Crowdus, Sabrina Laney, Natalie Ramirez, Michele Scott, Stephanie Sears and Sien Whitmire were recognized for completion of the Certified Production Technician program.