At College Gateway for America (CGFA) we work with pioneering colleges and universities to dive deeper and accelerate technology learning. We partner with higher education institutions that share our passion for solving specific challenges facing employers, the workforce, and post-secondary education.
Our program participants will see both College Gateway for America and the University collaborating to deliver the program—each partner bringing to bear their specific expertise:
Accelerated Technology Learning
Why Accelerated Technology Learning Works
In recent years, certificate programs and bootcamps have become more widely accepted as an additional approach to college degrees to gain valuable skills. Our certificate programs are online, allow for students to earn college credit and are designed to train for specific jobs, which, in turn, require a shorter duration to learn the relevant competencies; a key benefit to both retention and career growth. We ensure all courses have the academic rigor that you expect, including the right blend of why (theory) and how (hands-on, immersive) of key job skills.
Upskilling With Confidence
Vacancies due to few qualified candidates for critical technology roles and fast-track recruiting are costly. College Gateway for America offers a different option: developing your own internal talent with our training on the deep skills needed to conquer real life challenges.
- Address turnover
- Retain team members
- Reduce recruiting costs
- Keep critical knowledge in-house
- Standardize training
- Work and learn at the same time in our part-time, 100% online program
- Discover “why” and practice hands-on through our curriculum that integrates theory and immersive virtual labs
- Learn from industry professionals
- Prep for industry certifications in one 24-week program
- Team members may earn credit toward a college program from the partner college or university
Our College Partners
Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) was one of the first universities in America to offer online education for working adults. More than 9,000 adult learners currently attend classes online and at education centers in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. Show More