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The Board Appointment Committee for the Gateway Technical College District Board of Trustees will accept applications from district residents seeking appointment to the board.

Deadline to apply for the appointment is noon, Feb. 14.

Three seats are open for appointment which begins July 1 and will end June 30, 2023. Those holding the three seats up for reappointment are Ram Bhatia, Pamela Zenner-Richards and Ronald J. Frederick.

One seat is open from Kenosha County and two from Racine County. In addition, the group of those selected must also meet the following criteria:

  • Must be an elected member. In general, an elected official is a state or local official as defined by 5.02 of Wisconsin Statutes. Examples include city council, common council, county board, school board, sheriff, Legislature, town board, town clerk and village board.
  • Two are considered additional member seats. In general, all residents of a technical college district are eligible to serve as an additional member for the college.

Applications must be notarized, include two letters of reference, and applicants must be present at the 5 p.m. March 9 meeting of the appointment committee in the college’s HERO Center, 380 McCanna Parkway, Burlington. Chairpersons of the Kenosha County, Walworth County, and Racine County boards of supervisors make up the interview committee.

Those interested in applying can obtain the application/affidavit packet:

  • Online at gtc.edu/boardapp
  • From the office of the college president, located in Room l 201 of the Inspire Center at Gateway’s Kenosha Campus, 3520-30th Ave., Kenosha. Contact Kelly Bartlett, (262) 564-3614 or bartlettk@gtc.edu.

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