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!
When: Friday, September 9 from 10am – 1pm When: Saturday, September 10 from 12:30 – 2:30pm
Where: North Raleigh Ministries Where: Horses for Hope
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: October 13 – 16
Where: Asheville, NC
Visit Xrta or contact Mariel Steinbeiser in SSB 128-F or 919-866-5741 for more information!
Main Campus Blood Drive:
If you would like to donate, please sign up at www.redcrossblood.org, sponsor code “Wake Tech” or reach out to Mariel Steinbeiser.
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
Career and Employment Resources is looking for a Career Ambassador!
A four hour-a-week, paid position. Gain invaluable experience that you can include on your resume! To apply, go to “Forms” in Wake Tech Xtra in the CER portal.
For more information please contact us at 919-866-5695 or email@example.com.
Want to build your college resume, gain leadership skills and have fun all at the same time?
Then Eagle Productions (North Campus) wants you!
Eagle Productions is a student run organization that plans social events for the Wake Tech Student community!
If Interested please contact Michael Schneider – Asst. Student Activities Coordinator (North Campus) for more information!
I know you’re busy with the beginning of the term, but I want to ask you to take a moment to make sure you can participate in the upcoming election!
Get all the information and materials you need to vote by signing up at TurboVote.
The election is approaching quickly, and if you are a citizen over the age of 18 you have the right to vote. Wake Tech is committed to making sure every person in our community has access to the materials and information they need to vote in all their elections. This year we have partnered with TurboVote, an online service that allows you to sign up in one place to get registered, request an absentee ballot if you want to vote by mail, and subscribe to text and email reminders about all the deadlines and elections that affect you as a voter.
No matter whom you vote for, I hope that you’ll take this opportunity to participate in an important process.
Sign up now at waketech.turbovote.org!
Need Assistance with your resume, interview skills, or a job search?
We have a career specialist available at Main, North, and Health Science campuses. To make an appointment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undecided about a Career Path?
If you are undecided about a college major or suitable career path, consider attending a Career Lens Lab. Check out the schedule for Summer 2016.