Updated Information For Refugee Students

Our page of refugee information located under “Student Resources” on the right sidebar has been updated to reflect our newer  “Refugee Outreach Literacy Project“. 

There is valuable information on the program’s mission and accomplishments as well as various ways you can reach the program’s co-ordinators. 

You can also find info on our  Community Partners that assist refugee students and a community resource guide. 

We will continue to add information on this page about current events that can be of interest to refugee students so keep an eye on it. 

Announcing A New Evening Site for ESL Classes

We are happy to announce that a new site will be offering ESL classes :

  • Garner Magnet High School

Where: 2101 Spring Drive (Close to Timber Drive and I-70), Garner NC

When : 6:30 pm – 9:30pm  Monday- Thursday

Registration Dates:  April 8 & 9 at 6:30 pm

 

Morning ESL classes will continue to be offered at Garner United Methodist Church. 

For more information: call  (919) 334-1567 or email  luceciliano@waketech.edu

 

Reminder: Wake Tech Closed on Monday For Martin Luther King Jr Day

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.