Stress Management

Stress Management Series
Sponsored by Wellness Services & Student Activities

Feeling Stressed? Overwhelmed? Tired? Unhappy?

This is a 3 session workshop involving basic yoga/body movements, progressive muscle relaxation, open discussion, and self-exploration. 

Each session is one hour and limited to 15 participants. Students do not have to attend each session, although it is recommended as each session will cover different topics.

Students must sign up for the sessions they would like to attend.

Comfortable clothing is recommended as we will be practicing simple yoga movements and deep breathing. No previous experience with yoga needed.

Southern Wake Campus | Building N (Gym) | Studio 120 | 11:00 – 12:00pm

Northern Wake Campus| Building K (Gym) | Studio 260 | 3:00 – 4:00pm

At the end of the series, one winner will be announced for a 1-year subscription to the Calm App and giveaway bag!

Questions about this workshop can be sent to wellness@waketech.edu

Campus Civility Project – Keep Calm and Keep it Civil

Campus Civility Project – Keep Calm and Keep it Civil
Guest speaker Traciana Graves, founder of Say Something Beautiful and Project Bully Free Zone, will be presenting a highly engaging presentation that tackles issues facing campuses today in creating a safe campus environment that appreciates, respects, and encompasses all demographics. 

What: Keep Calm and Keep it Civil
Date: Thursday, April 12
Time: 11:30a.m. – 1:00p.m.
Location: Southern Wake Campus, Building L Conference Center

The first 125 students who register, will be provided lunch and a free t-shirt!

Please bring Student IDs for check-in.

Volunteer

Student Success Road Show: Local Non-Profit Industry Tour

When: Tuesday, October 10
Time: 10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Where: YMCA and Dorcas Ministries – Downtown Raleigh 

Explore a career within the Non-Profit Sector! Network with local business leaders to discover their personal journey to various professions within non-profit work!

Register HERE!


Alternative Spring Break 

Do you have a passion for serving others? Want to spend your spring break giving back?

Come serve on this year’s Alternative Spring Break!
*APPLY TODAY!*

When: March 14 – 18, 2018
Cost: FREE!

*Only those interested in fun, service, and community building should apply.

3rd Annual “BOOST ME” Summit

Fostering Bright Futures, the Student Success Department, and Pathways Male Mentoring Services presents the 3rd Annual “BOOST ME” (Breaking through Obstacles to Obtain Success Today Motivational Empowerment) Summit! 

Experience a half day packed with motivating and inspiring male and female motivational speakers, featuring a special female empowerment session! We will also have Wake Tech alumni to speak! A light breakfast, lunch and door prizes will be available for you!

If you plan on attending and would like breakfast and/or lunch, you must RSVP so that we can get a proper head count.

Feel free to email us at pathwaysmentoring@waketech.edu if you have any additional questions.

What: 3rd Annual BOOST ME Summit
Where: Main Campus Student Services Building Conference Center
When: Friday, April 7 at 9:00a.m.
**Light Breakfast at 8:30a.m.

3D Printing Lab Open House

Over the summer of 2016 the Wake Tech 3D Printing Lab moved from it’s temporary location in the Main Campus library to its permanent home in COS 120 (next to Ready Hall Entrance).

Come celebrate the Grand Opening with us on September 23rd from 11:00am – 1:00pm in COS 120. Refreshments, technology demonstrations and 3D printing activities will be provided! See you there! Get all the details here: http://bit.ly/2cEJzoZ

Student Open Forum: “It’s Time to Talk”

With the most recent and relevant issues in our communities and country, Wake Tech understands the importance of engaging in open dialogue. Communication is one of the Core Values of this institution; therefore, it’s time for us to talk. We will offer the opportunity for these crucial conversations to take place by providing an Open Forum for students to come and speak openly asopen forum
well as in a safe environment about any topic. Communication is not only the cornerstone for learning, but vital to building a strong bond within our community with peers, faculty and staff. The college strives to improve and enrich the lives of all of our community members. The Forum will be held on Main, Perry Health Sciences and the Northern Wake Campuses. You are cordially invited to come and share your thoughts and feelings…It’s Time to Talk.

Location Date Time Facilitator
Main Campus – SSB Rm 212 Thursday, September 15 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Tiffany Williams
Perry Health Sciences HS2 – Rm 308 Tuesday, September 20 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Tiffany Williams
Northern Wake NE – Rm 204 Tuesday, September 27 12:30 pm – 1:30pm Tiffany Williams