Ready for a career adventure? Eager to go places?
Come to the Wake Tech Community College Workforce Continuing Education Open House Saturday, September 17 Beltline Education Center; 3200 Bush St. Raleigh, 27609; 10am – 2pm
Explore a wide range of training programs. Many can be completed in just three months, or less!
Pre-register now to expedite the check-in process on the day of the event. It’s all free, so bring a friend!
Open House Activities:
- 30+ Information booths about Wake Tech training programs and services
- 15+ Workshops on topics including Commercial Drones, English as a Second Language, and Job searching through NCWorks Online
- Tours of the Advanced Manufacturing Center and Workforce Continuing Education School of Cosmetology
- Door prizes awarded throughout the day, with giveaways including registration discounts on non-credit classes
- Refreshments, and the Wandering Moose food truck
- Goody bags for the first 300 attendees on the day of the event
College workforce experts will answer your questions about:
- Prep courses for certificates in cybersecurity, manufacturing, public safety, and more
- High school equivalency prep; ACT/SAT prep — and what comes after
- Fee-waived courses for those who are unemployed, underemployed, or returning to work
- Personal enrichment courses for youth, adults, and seniors
- Small business startup information and entrepreneurial skills training
- Our Career Pathways Program
Below is the Job Fair Information in Spanish
More Info on Job Profile for Pickers/Packers
- Perform duties to inspect product on production line
- Prior to packaging, gather and store product as required and feed product back into production line
- When Appropriate. Perform duties to in spectate packaged product and remove defective products classified as rejects
- Pack first line product into cartons or tray as required
- Perform necessary sanitation inspections
- Continually check product for food safety and product quality
- Follow safety rules
- Keep work area clean and orderly
- Monitor cross contamination
The WRAL/Capital Area Career Expo
When: August 4th from 10am – 2pm
Where: McKimmon Center at NC State University.
This event is free to the public and features over 80 employers who have vacant positions they are trying to fill. It’s a great event for jobseekers.
You must register for the event in advance at www.ncworks.gov . On the day of the event, dress for a potential job interview and bring multiple copies of your resume to distribute.
Wake Tech’s Continuing Education Division is proud to announce the opening of the School of Cosmetology, starting in March 2015.
The Continuing Education’s School of Cosmetology is an alternative to a Cosmetology Associates Degree for those individuals who need training to enter the workforce sooner or need a flexible schedule to be able to work while they acquire their cosmetology training.
Students will learn the art of cosmetology and prepare for the N.C. Board of Cosmetic Art Examination. In addition, we will offer Natural Hair Specialist, and Shampoo Technician certifications. Students who complete a chosen program will be eligible to take the required N.C. Board of Cosmetic Arts Exams.
This is a great opportunity for numerous reasons:
- Certification of Completion based on State of N.C. requirements.
- Affordable cost
- Flexible schedule options
- Fast-track to workforce (required 1,500 clock hours in 12-24 months)
- Hands-on learning with access to full clientele and individual coaching from certified instructors
- NEW state of the art facility convenient to North, Central Raleigh, and the Wake Forest area, located at Wake Tech’s new Beltline Education Center (BLTC), 3200 Bush St. Raleigh, 27609
To learn more about this wonderful opportunity, visit the Information Session calendar at http://www.waketech.edu/programs-courses/non-credit/enhance-your-career/service-industry/barbering-and-cosmetology or send us an invitation to speak with your organization.
You may contact Felicia Montgomery, Instructor/Coordinator at 919-866-5140 or email@example.com.
** A high school diploma or high school equivalency (formerly GED) is required to begin this program.
Are you looking for a job? Do you want to improve your job-search and professional skills? The Human Resources Department of Wake Tech offers classes in both of these areas.
The classes are FREE if you are unemployed or make less than a certain amount of money. Some classes are just one day long. Other classes meet several times. There is even a workshop on how to save money if you are on unemployment! Click on the link below to see the full list of courses. Click on the course name to read the description and see the meeting time and place:
HRD even offers individual appointments where you can talk with someone from their department one-on-one about the classes you want to take, your career plans, goals, or other questions.
You can schedule an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 919-532-5696. If you have questions about this, talk to your teacher or submit a comment to this post. HRD is an excellent resource through Wake Tech, and it could help you get back to work if you are looking!
This class is for high level students who have tested out of ESL, but need to increase their English business literacy and job skills. Class information is centered on career exploration and job search preparation.
- Career Exploration
- Career & Education Planning
- Resume Writing
- Job Search Skills (techniques)
- Interview Preparation
- American Workplace Culture
- and MORE!
Millbrook High School – 2201 Spring Forest Rd. Raleigh
Registrations: 9/2, 9/3, 9/22, & 10/6
For more information, contact Lisa Uribe Ceciliano, email@example.com – (919) 334-1567
Are you unemployed? Or “under-employed”? Wake Tech HRD (Human Resources Development) classes can help you learn important job skills while you are looking for work. These classes are aimed at native English speakers, but they will also be useful for advanced ESL students.
To see the most recent list of classes, go to the Wake Tech HRD website: hrd.waketech.edu
If you are unemployed, or underemployed, you may be able to take certain Wake Tech classes at no cost. The Human Resources Development (HRD) classes are fee-waived (FREE) for those who qualify. **CALL or EMAIL them now if you want to attend one of their classes.