The 2018 new trips have been released! Guatemala, S. Korea, Russia, Austria and the Netherlands! To find out more about the new 2018 travel and study abroad opportunities with Wake Tech, contact Jeff Myers at email@example.com.
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 as
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.
|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|
9/11 National Day of Service:
Spread your 9/11 Day of Service all weekend long! OVAL will be hosting multiple different 9/11 Day of Service events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Remember the victims, survivors, and those who rose up in service in response to the attacks by making a difference in our community!
Alternative Fall Break:
Spend your fall break volunteering and meeting like-minded students! Spend the long weekend volunteering at the YMCA of Western Carolina where we will be volunteering in their food pantry as well as with elementary aged children in the after-school program.
When: Wednesday, October 19 from 12 – 4:30pm
Where: Main Campus
Read and Feed:
Do you like children and volunteering?
OVAL is looking for volunteers to help every Wednesday give a hot meal to underprivileged children and read to them.
Where: Conn Elementary School
When: Every Wednesday from 4:30 – 5:30pm
Contact Mariel Steinbeiser in SSB 128-F 919-866-5942
Are you ready to build and show off your critical thinking skills? Join the Math Club on Main Campus! The club meets on Mondays from 1-2pm in TE 101S where we discuss math-related information, prepare for and participate in math competitions every semester, and more. See you there!
The Food Pantry was created to assist members of our community who are faced with food insecurity. If you have any questions about donations or becoming a recipient of the food pantry, please feel free to contact Mariel Steinbeiser or Melody Wiggins at any time.
The Nest Summer Hours:
Main Campus (SSB 128)
Perry Health Sciences Campus (AHB 209)
Deliveries will be made on Wednesdays at the following campuses (Please fill out form)
Northern Wake Campus
Delivery to Building C 209
Western Wake Campus
Delivery to MILL 100
Public Safety Campus
Delivery to reception desk