U.S. Rep. Ross and NSF Director Panchanathan Highlight Vital Grants at Wake Tech
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November 23, 2022
Today, Congresswoman Deborah Ross (NC-02), the Director of the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF)…
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Wake Tech Foundation Welcomes New Board Members

May 20, 2010
The Board of Directors of the Wake Tech Foundation is pleased to welcome local executives Donna Preiss and Barry Long to its ranks. The Foundation manages private investments to serve Wake Tech students, faculty, and staff and connects private citizens, alumni, and corporate donors who are critical to the success of the college. 
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Wake Tech Announces Spring 2010 Honor Roll

May 18, 2010
Dr. Stephen Scott, president of Wake Technical Community College, has announced that 854 students have made the President's List or Dean's List for the Spring 2010 semester.
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Wake Tech Holds Open House For “Plus 50” Students

May 13, 2010
Wake County residents looking for new skills and inspiration came to hear more about the Plus 50 program today at Wake Tech's Western Wake Campus in Cary. The Plus 50 Open House featured information on the program's latest course offerings designed with students age 50 and above in mind.
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Wake Tech Instructor Seeks Funding in Unique Way

May 03, 2010
With just the click of a mouse, you can help Wake Technical Community College make computer training available to thousands of Wake County adults. Wake Tech is competing in an online contest to win $250,000 in grant funds for a mobile computer lab. 
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Women's Network Helps Foster Youth Pursue Higher Education

November 02, 2009
Young adults transitioning from the foster care system to college and independent living just got a tremendous boost: The Women's Network of Wake County has awarded $25,000 to the Fostering Bright Futures program at Wake Technical Community College. The program helps former foster youth in Wake County attend college and earn a degree.
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