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June 2024

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Events

Wake Tech Holds Annual Open House

Hundreds of prospective students, high school seniors and many others, visited Wake Tech’s Main Campus today for the college’s annual Open House.
Events

Wake Tech Unveils Rooftop Solar Array

Wake Tech is on the grid – with a new solar array demonstrating the college’s longstanding commitment to students and to environmental responsibility. More than 1300 solar panels have been installed on the roof of Wake Tech’s Public Safety Education Campus, on Chapanoke Road in Raleigh.
Events

Celebrate Wake Tech’s 50th Anniversary at Annual Culinary Arts Showcase

Celebrate Wake Tech’s 50th anniversary with a Triangle tradition! The college’s annual Culinary Arts Showcase returns to the Raleigh Convention Center on Tuesday, April 30 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. This year’s theme is Golden Moments in recognition of Wake Tech’s 50thanniversary.
Academics

Wake Tech Announces 2012 Fall Honor Roll

Dr. Stephen Scott, president of Wake Technical Community College, is proud to announce a record 1,376 students made the President’s List or Dean’s List for the Fall 2012 semester. That’s a 19% increase over the same period last year!
Events

Duke Professor Encourages Creative Entrepreneurship

Self-proclaimed “serial entrepreneur” Carl Nordgren described generosity, humility, playfulness, and enthusiasm as critical to successful entrepreneurship as he spoke on Wake Tech’s Northern Wake Campus. Nordgren, an author and associate professor at Duke University, told budding entrepreneurs about the relationship-building power of storytelling and creativity during the recent Speaker Series event sponsored by the Wake Tech-Wells Fargo Center for Entrepreneurship.
Events

Wake Tech Students Organize Food Drive

Making a difference—one can at a time. Students at Wake Tech Community College have been collecting canned food items for students in need for more than a month. The Student Government Association (SGA) and Eagle Productions, another student group that plans activities and special events, organized the food drive, which netted more than 1,600 non-perishable items from students, faculty and staff.
Events

Wake Tech Opens Second STEM Center

Students in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs have a new place to learn on Wake Tech’s Northern Wake Campus!
Events

Wake Tech Announces 2013 Summer Camp Schedule

Design a video game or create a website. Learn what it’s like to run a business. Wake Tech Community College announces its 2013 Summer Camp schedule for middle and high school students. A variety of camps are being offered, including engineering, youth entrepreneurship, video game design, robotics, drama, photo shopping, biotech, and website creation.
College Leadership

Wake Tech Welcomes New Trustee

The Board of Trustees of Wake Technical Community College is pleased to welcome a new member, Richard Boyd. Appointed by former Governor Bev Perdue, Boyd was sworn in as the newest trustee on the 12-member board on Tuesday, February 19, by NC Supreme Court Justice Paul M. Newby.