Free Tax Preparation Help at Wake Tech

Time is ticking and April 15th is getting closer and closer.  In the United States, you usually must file (give in) an income tax form every year if you got income.

Are your taxes ready?   The forms and instructions are sometimes hard to understand. Do you need help?

We have great news for you – you can get FREE tax preparation help starting on February 15 if your yearly salary is $60,000 or less.

  • Where:                Wake Tech’s Main Campus  Montague Hall, Room 241
  • When:                   Monday – Thursday 11am – 4pm   Friday 10am -2pm
  • How to contact for appointments
    • By phone   (919) 866-5059
    • By email   singlestop@waketech.edu
  • What to bring:
    • Proof of Identification
    • Social Security card or  ITIN  (Taxpayer ID Number)
    • Wage and earning statements from employers (WT
    • All 1099 and 1095 forms
    • Proof of routing and account numbers
    • total paid for daycare provider and their tax ID number
    • copies of income transcripts if you have them
  • If you are filing a joint return, both spouses must be present to sign

ESL classes at White Plains (WPUM)

White Plains UMC will NOT have registration for ESL classes today, Monday, January 25. Registration will happen the next day that the site is open (probably Tuesday, Jan. 26).
If Wake County public schools are closed, White Plains (WPUM) does NOT have ESL classes. If there is a one hour delay, WPUM has a one hour delay and starts at 10am. If the schools have more than a one hour delay, there is no class at WPUM.

Add-On Classes at Beltline

Last fall, the Beltline Education Center introduced additional add-on classes for students already enrolled in a morning or evening ESL class at WTCC.   These classes will be offered again this spring.  A new Level 1-2 Literacy class is also being offered .

All these classes have  open registration from January 19th until March 10th.

Add-on classes start on Jan 19th and end on March 24th

AFTERNOON CLASSES –   Meet Monday & Wednesday, 12:30-2:30 pm
  • Early Literacyin Room 332C.
    • This class will be taught by Shelley Lee.  She will be working with students on phonemic awareness.
    • This would be a great addition for students learning beginning literacy skills.
  • Level 3-4 Literacy Class – in Room 342C
    • This class is for level 3 and 4 students who need to improve their reading and writing skills.
  •  Writing Step-by-Step  – in Room 325C
    • This class is for students in level 5 and 6 who need to improve their writing skills for work or school.
    • This class will help you develop your skills while gaining confidence in your writing abilities.
AFTERNOON CLASSES –   Meet Tuesday & Thursday, 12:30-2:30 pm
  • Level 1-2 Literacy Class – in Room 332C
    • This class is for level 1 and 2 students who need to improve their reading and writing skills
  • Pronunciation and Grammar  – in Room 325C
    • Students will work on blends, spelling patterns, and consonant sounds along with learning and practicing grammar rules.
    • This class is available for students in levels 4, 5, and 6.
  • ABE Writing Class – in Room 320C
    • This class is for students in ERV or ABE classes who need to improve their writing skills for work or school.
    • This class will help you develop your skills while gaining confidence in your writing abilities.
EVENING CLASSES
  • Writing Practice – in room 342C
    • In this unique class, you will receive individual attention and guidance from the teacher to improve your writing.
    • This class is for students in ESL levels 4, 5, 6, and ERV who want to improve their writing.
    • Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 – 6:30 pm
  • Reading & Vocabulary – in room 342C
    • Learn creative techniques authors use to express ideas
    • Explore various styles of writing including song lyrics and poetry
    • Practice pronunciation and speaking by reading aloud
    • Experience the places you can go when you read!!
    • This class is for students in ESL levels 4, 5, 6, and ERV who want to improve their writing.
    • Meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30 – 6:30 pm

For more information, call 919-334-1501 ESL Help Desk or contact Megan Heard, meheard@waketech.edu

Welcome to Wake Tech’s ESL Blogs

From this “ESL Central” blog page, you can link to our other ESL blogs:  English LanguageCivics, Culture, & CommunityJobs Skills & Opportunities, and Citizenship preparation classes.  The Teacher Resources blog includes our ESL curriculum, lesson plans, and other useful links for instructors.

At the top of this page, you’ll find information on our ESL classes, ESL sites (locations & registration dates), ESL Student Resources, and Computers and Technology. Other classes for ESL students, such as Citizenship, Career-Focused, and Beyond the Basics (“advanced ESL”) are listed on the right under ESL classes.  We hope you find these pages useful. Please leave your comments at the bottom of any post.

New ESL classes at the Beltline Center!

There are NEW CLASSES at the Beltline Education Center (BEC) this fall semester!  (3200 Bush Street, Raleigh NC 27609)

All these classes are still open for registration until November 23rd.

 

AFTERNOON CLASSES –  From Oct. 12 – Dec. 9, 2015.   Meet Monday & Wednesday, 12:30-2:30 pm
  • Early Literacyin Room 332C.
    • This class will be taught by Shelley Lee.  She will be working with students on phonemic awareness.
    • This would be a great addition for students learning beginning literacy skills.
  • Level 3-4 Literacy Class – in Room 342C
    • This class is for level 3 and 4 students who need to improve their reading and writing skills.
  •  Writing Step-by-Step  – in Room 325C
    • This class is for students in level 5 and 6 who need to improve their writing skills for work or school.
    • This class will help you develop your skills while gaining confidence in your writing abilities.
AFTERNOON CLASSES –  From Oct. 13 – Dec. 10, 2015.   Meet Tuesday & Thursday, 12:30-2:30 pm
  • Pronunciation and Grammar  – in Room 325C
    • Students will work on blends, spelling patterns, and consonant sounds along with learning and practicing grammar rules.
    • This class is available for students in levels 4, 5, and 6.
  • ABE Writing Class – in Room 320C
    • This class is for students in ERV or ABE classes who need to improve their writing skills for work or school.
    • This class will help you develop your skills while gaining confidence in your writing abilities.
EVENING CLASSES – From Oct. 12 – Dec. 10, 2015.
  • Writing Practice – in room 342C
    • In this unique class, you will receive individual attention and guidance from the teacher to improve your writing.
    • This class is for students in ESL levels 4, 5, 6, and ERV who want to improve their writing.
    • Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 – 6:30 pm
  • Reading & Vocabulary – in room 342C
    • Learn creative techniques authors use to express ideas
    • Explore various styles of writing including song lyrics and poetry
    • Practice pronunciation and speaking by reading aloud
    • Experience the places you can go when you read!!
    • This class is for students in ESL levels 4, 5, 6, and ERV who want to improve their writing.
    • Meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30 – 6:30 pm

For more information, call 919-334-1501 ESL Help Desk or contact Megan Heard, meheard@waketech.edu