2nd Annual Idea Generation NEXT

Compete for $15,000 in Idea Generation NEXT Pitch Competition.

Do you have a business idea that addresses or solves a social problem?  Do you have a business idea that helps families with children?
If you answered yes, you will want to participate in the 2nd Annual Idea Generation NEXT pitch competition.

Join other local college students in identifying the most executable social entrepreneurship ideas.  Start your journey by submitting your idea!

Katie Gailes, Director of Entrepreneurship Initiatives, will be in the SSB Lobby from 12:00 – 1:30pm tomorrow, September 22, to answer questions in person.  You may also call 919-335-1004 or email questions.

Everyone who submits an idea will be given 60-seconds to pitch their idea to panel of judges for a chance to enter the Idea Generation NEXT Accelerator.  Finalists will then compete for monetary prizes as high as $15,000 on MLK Day 2018.

A Wake Tech student was one of the five semifinalists last year!

Activate your socially conscious innovation. Let’s show them what the Wake Tech Eagles can do!

Advising Awareness Week

 

Academic & Faculty Advisors are here to help you walk your path!

Main Campus PLM & LE Lobby
Northern Wake Campus Building D & F Lobby

Monday – Friday  9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday  5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

September 25
College Transfer Advisors &
Applied Engineering & Technology

September 26
College Transfer Advisors &
Business & Public Services

September 27
College Transfer Advisors &
Computer Program Technologies

September 28
College Transfer Advisors &
Associate in Engineering & Associate in Fine Arts

September 29
College Transfer Advisors &
Health Sciences


Academic Advisors are also available to help you walk your path on:

Western Wake Campus
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
September 25, 26, & 29

Public Safety Campus
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
September 27 & 28

Perry Health Sciences
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
September 25, 26, 27, & 28

First Year Academy

Are you transferring to a 4-year school? Wake Tech’s First Year Academy (FYA) is dedicated to promoting student success by teaching strategies that help students achieve their educational goals. The e-newsletter will contain fun facts and tips from our devoted faculty as well as submissions from students.


FYA Student Success Tip:
Not sure how a withdrawal impacts your GPA or financial aid eligibility? Read on to learn more about the withdrawal process.


What is a withdrawal?
Once the deadline for dropping a course passes, a student can initiate a withdrawal or be withdrawn from a course for various reasons. The date on which the withdrawal occurs can impact a student’s GPA or financial aid eligibility.


When is the deadline to withdraw from a course for the Fall 2018 semester?
Knowing important academic deadlines is imperative to student success. Since Wake Tech offers 8 and 16-week session courses, a student should consult Wake Tech’s online calendar for withdrawal deadlines.


How will withdrawing from a course impact my GPA or financial aid eligibility?
If a student withdraws or is withdrawn from a course before the published deadline, a “W” will be recorded on the transcript. A “W” grade is not factored into a student’s GPA but may impact financial aid eligibility.

If a student withdraws or is withdrawn from a course after the published deadline, a “WF” will be recorded on the transcript. A “WF” functions the same way as an “F” in GPA calculations. It will negatively impact a student’s GPA and may impact financial aid eligibility. For more information on Wake Tech’s withdrawal policy, visit the College Catalog.


Note: FYA Faculty are here to support your success! Should issues arise that prevent you from being successful in an ACA course, please consult with your instructor.

 

Volunteer: 9/11 Day of Service

Sprucing Up Memorial Garden with NC Victim Assistance Network
When: Monday, September 11 
Time: 9:00 – 11:00a.m.
Where: Memorial Garden 153 Lane Streer, Raleigh, NC 27601

Volunteers will assist with landscaping the Crime Victim Memorial Garden on Lane Street in Raleigh. The garden could benefit greatly from weeding, putting in new plants and mulching. Volunteers could help with all aspects of these activities. Volunteers could also help with acquiring donations of appropriate plants ahead of the date, or we could make those acquisitions ahead of time. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early.

Attire:  Work gloves highly recommended. Shovels, pitch forks and other garden hand tools optional. Rain wear if weather dictates

Parking: Street-side parking available in the neighborhood.

RSVP Today!


Cleaning for Comfort with Interact
When: Monday, September 11
Time: 12:00 – 4:00p.m.
Where: Interact, 1012 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, NC 27605

Volunteers are invited to help InterAct with a Cleaning for Comfort event. As our building is the first point-of-contact for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, we want our space to be as comforting and welcoming as possible. Volunteers will be doing various activities in an effort to deep clean our building, including touching-up paint, windows, disinfecting children’s toys, and other general cleaning efforts. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early.

Attire: please bring cleaning gloves.

Parking: Available in the InterAct parking lot.

RSVP Today!


Evening Commemoration & Service Event
When: Monday, September 11
Time: 6:00 – 8:00p.m.
Where: Red Hat Amphitheater, 500 South McDowell Street Raleigh, NC 27601

Join fellow citizens on Monday, September 11 at 6:00 PM the Red Hat Amphitheater for the 9/11 Day of Service Evening Commemoration coordinated by Activate Good with support from the City of Raleigh and Triangle area businesses.

Participate in hands-on, family-friendly service projects, enjoy refreshments and live music. There is no cost to attend this event, but guests are asked to bring a non-perishable food item to help ‘fill-the-truck’ for the Urban Ministries of Wake County food pantry (see the full list of needs here)!

Service Project Line-Up at the Evening Commemoration

Specific service project stations are To Be Announced! All service projects will be kid-friendly.

Parking: Guests are welcome to park in one of the multiple parking decks near the Red Hat Amphitheater. Please be advised that some parking decks may cost money. For a map / list of all of the parking decks, check out this link: redhatamphitheater.com/directions

RSVP Today!

What is an Ombuds!?

What is an Ombuds!?
An Ombuds is an impartial resource for students, faculty, staff, and administrators. The Ombuds’ function is to help visitors to the office find options for addressing concerns, resolving conflicts, and handling a variety of institutional issues as they arise, in a confidential and informal manner.

The Ombuds Office is a place where all are welcome. It supplements but does not replace formal college channels for problem-solving.  Retaliation for visiting the Ombuds is prohibited.

Visit the Ombuds Office – on Main Campus (PE 131) or Northern Wake Campus (NF 301)