Super Bowl Sunday is almost here, and it’s all about New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.
But Saturday belongs to the Wake Tech Eagles – your home team!
The Eagles men’s basketball team will play rival Pitt Community College this Saturday, February 3, at 3:00 p.m. They’re flying high after last months’ wins over two nationally-ranked teams – but they need your help to keep their momentum!”
Support the Eagles as we kick off Super Bowl weekend!
Southern Wake Campus, Building N, Gym. All students enter FREE with a valid Wake Tech ID!
Community Resource Fair
Thursday, January 25
11:00am – 1:00pm
Northern Wake Campus
Building E Atrium
Wondering if there are any resources in the community or on campus that you might be able to utilize? Join Student Success and Student Activities for coffee and donuts tomorrow at the Community & Campus Resource Fair! Community and campus partners will be on-site to provide information about their respective resources.
Come grab some coffee, OJ and Rise biscuits and donuts while you learn about some of the amazing services available to you on and off campus! During this event you can receive:
- Free haircuts
- Free STD/HIV Screenings
- Sign up for Health Insurance Appointments
- Counseling and Therapy appointments
Below are just a few of the agencies who will be present:
- The Salvation Army
- Wake County WIC
- Wake County Human Services Energy Program
- MDC Health Care
- Student Advocacy & Support
- Office of Volunteerism & Leadership
- Advance Community Health
- Pathways Male Mentoring
- Wake Tech School of Barbering
- WTCC Wellness Services
- And the list goes on!!
Anyone interested in playing on the softball team this spring can tryout on any of the following days:
Wed., Jan. 24th; Thurs., Jan. 25th; Fri., Jan. 26th from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 27th from 9am – 11am
Must be a full time student (enrolled in 12 hours or more).
10005 Lake Wheeler Road, Fuquay Varina
Tryout participants can contact Assistant Athletics Director, Stephanie Sports, email@example.com if they have additional questions.
The purpose of the event is simple – to provide an on-ramp for those new to open source (current professionals and students) and those simply needing a refresher on fundamental and foundational topics with the help of our world-class lineup of speakers. Our goal is that everyone leaves ready to engage because they understand the “why” and “how” a little better.
And as always, we’ve worked hard to keep costs low to enable access. Tickets are just $29 for professionals and $10 for students and registration is now open!
Interested in being Mentored?
Register Here! Then complete the Mentee Survey that we’ll use to match you with a mentor. Mentee registration is open through January 20th, 2018.
Mark your calendars for late January 2018 for the Mentoring Program Orientation Kickoff session. Emails will be sent to you and your mentor prior to the orientation regarding time, location, and mentoring matches.
Cost: CWNC Members participate for free – $50 for non-members (Become a member!)
Role of the Mentee:
- Commitment to meet with your mentor on a monthly basis February – August 2018 at a mutual agreement time and venue (face to face and/or virtually)
- Attend the orientation session to meet your mentor
- Provide confidentiality
- Have identified specific goals, areas for development
- Focus on learning and demonstrate progress towards goal(s)
- Be open to feedback
- Schedule mentoring meetings and sets the agenda
Contact us at CWNCMentor@gmail.com