Service-Learning Opportunities

Exciting news!  

Wake Tech is pleased to announce a new service-learning pathway available starting in Spring 2020. The BRIDGES program (Building Refugee Initiatives to Develop Goals for Educational Success) is a partnership designed to support high school juniors or seniors who are either refugees or children of refugees in gaining a deeper understanding of the college entrance process while becoming more acquainted with the expectations of the college setting. These students will partner with Wake Tech Service Learning Mentors for 10 hours of support and guidance in this unique cross-cultural exchange model. Wake Tech students who engage in this opportunity will enhance their skills in communication, leadership, and applicable classroom learning while building strong collaboration within the community.

If you are interested in participating in this program as a student, faculty member or referring agency, please complete this short google form so that we can follow up with you.

Interest form for BRIDGES program (google form opens in a new window)

Spaces are limited so sign up soon! 

*The BRIDGES program was designed for Wake Tech by Kayte Thomas, MSW, LCSW, PhD student at Baylor University. It is a replicable model at other college settings. For more information on adopting this program on your campus please contact [email protected]

Community Partnerships

  • Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina
  • American Red Cross
  • Amillionthanks.org
  • Camp ReStore
  • City of Raleigh
  • Crowder Park
  • Food Bank of Central and Eastern Carolina
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Helping Hand Mission
  • Hold Your Head Up
  • Interfaith Food Shuttle
  • Making Magic Alliance
  • Military Missions in Action
  • Project Homeless Connect
  • Quality education Institute of Raleigh
  • Rex Mobile Mammography
  • Rex Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
  • Salvation Army
  • St. Bernard Project
  • Stop Hunger Now
  • Tuttle Community Center
  • United Way
  • USCRI-NC (U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants North Carolina Field Office)
  • Wake Tech STEM Center (peer tutoring)
  • White Plains Children Center
  • Wilmington Street Men’s Shelter
  • Women’s Center of Wake County