Monday, January 21, 2019 is Martin Luther King Jr Day – a national holiday. Observing the holiday, Wake Tech College is closed on Monday and there are no ESL classes.
Martin Luther King Jr was an important figure in the American civil rights movement and worked for equal rights for all. He believed in the power of ordinary people using nonviolent acts of resistance such as boycotts to influence major social change. Most of all, he believed in the right of all people, no matter their background, to live side by side in our society with equal rights and dignity.
His words still have a profound meaning in our current times and continue to inspire us.
Take a look at the Jobs Blog for details on on Job Hiring Event in Wake Forest
Happy New Year! As we start a new year, we think about where we want this year to take us and what important for us to do.
We all have different personal and career goals but we know that being able to use English in our daily lives is absolutely necessary.
Wake Tech is ready to help you with a variety of ESL and career oriented classes designed to support non-native speakers. Classes are beginning in January but there are registrations throughout the month.
The Star Center, our advising and resource center is also ready to help you achieve your goals. You can find it’s January schedule on our Star Center page.
Wake Tech will open at 11:00 on Tuesday, December 11.
- ESL classes at the Beltline (BEC) will be held from 11:00 to 12:00.
Due to the weather, all Wake Tech Campuses will be closed Monday, December 10, 2018.
All ESL classes are canceled. Be careful on the roads if you must go out.
There are corrections for the dates of the following two classes. Please use the following fliers and the ones on the IELCE Page for the latest information.
On Election Day, November 6th, 2018, Wake County Public schools will be operating on a 2 hour delay. Due to this delay, ESL classes at Hispanic Family Center (HFC) and Garner United Methodist Church (GUMC) have been cancelled for that day.
Families often struggle with finances and it can lead to conflict and stress. Not everyone knows how to budget and other basic money skills. It’s especially hard if you’ve recently come to this country and are not familiar with its financial norms.
The U.S Committee For Refugees and Immigrants offer very useful 8 hour workshops designed to give you skills to improve your family relationships and your financial skills. There are classes meeting on Wednesdays from 6:00pm-7:45pm at 201 Dixie Trail, Raleigh, NC 27607
Please contact for Ruth Mufandaedza at (919) 334-0072 ext 4037 for details on registering for the next available opening.
Please look at the following flyer and the Family Strengthening Brochure for additional information.