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February 2024

Latest News from Wake Tech

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Students Earn Medals at Elite ACF Competition

Culinary and baking students showed off talents, earning 36 medals at the North Carolina American Culinary Federation competition at Scott Northern Wake Campus.
Events

College Works to Increase Manufacturing Talent Pipeline

Wake Tech is among a select group of community and technical colleges across the United States working together to increase the talent pipeline for the manufacturing industry.
Partnerships

Community Partnerships on National Stage

Wake Tech's work building community partnerships was on the national stage as part of the Achieving the Dream 2024 conference in Orlando, Fla.
Employee News

College Welcomes New Department Head for Criminal Justice

Wake Tech is pleased to announce Mark Sullivan as the new department head for Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Technologies and Public Safety Administration.
Student Success

Game Development Student Wins National Award

Rachel Huggins, a Wake Tech Simulation and Game Development student, has received the 2023-24 Terry O'Banion Student Developer Champion Award from the League for Innovation in the Community College.
Events

Skilled Trades Careers on Display

Careers in skilled trades were on display Friday at Wake Tech's Beltline Education Center for the second Architecture, Construction and Engineering (ACE) Trades Day.
Wake Tech Foundation

Wake Tech Foundation and Meridian Waste Partner for a Cleaner Environment

Meridian Waste, an integrated, non-hazardous solid waste services company, has announced a three-year scholarship commitment to support diesel technician and heavy equipment operator training vital to the environmental services industry.
Employee News

College Announces New Dean of Career Services

Wake Tech is pleased to announce Korrie Blanchard Smith as the new dean of Career Services.
Program News

College Developing New Agricultural Biotech Training

Wake Tech will soon offer agricultural biotechnology training to support the growing demand for skilled technicians in plant science in the Triangle region.