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Wake Tech Baking Students Build Houses for Charity

December 01, 2011
The "glass" walls are made of sugar; the green boughs of the Christmas tree are made of royal icing. These are some of the features of the intricate gingerbread houses created by students and instructors in the Baking and Pastry Arts program at Wake Technical Community College.

Wake Tech Heavy Equipment Program Gets Heavy-Duty Support

November 30, 2011
A hefty donation rolled into Wake Technical Community College today. Waste Industries USA, Inc. donated a heavy-duty, commercial front-end loader, worth $115,000, to Wake Tech's Heavy Equipment and Transport Technology program.

NC Treasurer Discusses Financial Aid with Wake Tech Students

November 29, 2011
State Treasurer Janet Cowell visited Wake Tech Community College today to discuss financial literacy with students. Steve Brooks, Executive Director of the State Education Assistance Authority, joined the discussion and introduced students to Advanced Money Management, a new online tool that can help students manage their finances and minimize debt.

Wake Tech Holds GED And Adult High School Graduation

November 17, 2011
More than 300 students of all ages who never completed high school finally enjoyed a graduation they never had. Wake Technical Community College held its fall graduation ceremony for students receiving their GED or Adult High School diploma.

Wake Tech Announces New Partnership with William Peace University

November 03, 2011
Wake Tech graduates who have earned an Associate of Applied Science degree have a new, convenient way to continue on to pursue their bachelor's degree. Wake Tech announced a new partnership today with William Peace University that guarantees admission for Wake Tech AAS graduates planning to earn a B.S. in Business Administration or Business Administration/HR.

Wake Tech Instructor Named White House "Champion of Change"

November 01, 2011
Wake Tech automotive instructor Rich Cregar has been named a "Champion of Change" by the White House and will be recognized in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, November 3. Two students in Wake Tech's Automotive Technologies program, Samuel Johnson and Devin Fowler, will accompany Cregar for a day of activities.

Wake Tech Wins Award For "Green" Building

October 31, 2011
Wake Technical Community College is the recipient of a 2011 Triangle Business Journal Green Award. The award recognizes Building D on Wake Tech's Northern Wake Tech Campus on Louisburg Road (US 401 N) in Raleigh. Building D is the third instructional building on the environmentally-friendly campus.

Wake Tech Hosts Town Hall Meeting with U.S. Education Secretary

October 26, 2011
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan visited Wake Tech's Public Safety Education Campus today for a Town Hall meeting with students, faculty, and community leaders to discuss the challenges facing community colleges and the future of education in our country.

Wake Tech Honors Community Advisors

October 26, 2011
"You are our experts!" Those were the words of Wake Tech President Dr. Stephen Scott tonight at Wake Tech's annual dinner honoring the College's 62 advisory committees. More than 350 professionals from the community serve on these committees, which support Wake Tech by helping to shape programs and ensure the relevance of course content and instruction.