With the holiday shopping season upon us, the North Carolina Community College Small Business Center Network (SBCN), which includes Forsyth Tech’s Small Business Center, is encouraging communities to support local small businesses on Saturday, November 28, 2015 and to use #ShopSmallForAll on social media. Nestled between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday® has […]

By Kathy Norcross Watts Special Correspondent The audience tapped toes, clapped and sang along when the Star Catchers of Forsyth Tech performed “Proud to be an American” at the Elizabeth and Tab Williams Adult Day Center in an early Veterans Day celebration. “It is just amazing how talented these students really are,” said Betty Talley, […]

A $50,000 Tobacco Trust Fund grant recently awarded to Forsyth Tech could help spur the creation of the next generation in Stokes County’s agriculture industry. The funds will be used to construct a hoop house, a fenced area and some raised beds at the new Forsyth Tech facility in the Meadows community. “It will allow […]

Walk away with a job! There is a huge workforce gap in the skilled and technical trades industry.  Several local companies need employees NOW! Job seekers are encouraged to attend the event, bring an updated resume, and be prepared to interview. Business attire suggested. What: The Winston-Salem Chamber’s  Construction Industry Council, in partnership with Goodwill Industries […]

Forsyth Tech’s cybersecurity program is hosting several events in October as part of a nationwide effort to increase awareness about issues related to cybersecurity safety. The college’s cybersecurity program is a Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Defense Education. This national designation is jointly awarded by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department […]

By John Hinton Winston-Salem Journal Forsyth Technical Community College celebrated Thursday Newsweek magazine naming its Early College of Forsyth as one of its top 500 high schools in the United States for the second consecutive year. Forsyth Tech held a ceremony in the Dewitt Conference Center on its Silas Creek Parkway campus. The Early College […]

Event Sponsored by Wells Fargo, Focused on Entrepreneurship Support Forsyth Tech @ Innovation Quarter is hosting a first-ever Venture Innovation Café™ on Thursday, September 17, from 2 – 8 pm at 525 @ Vine Street in Winston-Salem’s Innovation Quarter. Wells Fargo is the event sponsor. Focused on developing and supporting entrepreneurship in Forsyth County, the […]

Stateline College Prep has indicated in some of its marketing materials that Forsyth Technical Community College operates Stateline’s high school program. This statement is a misrepresentation of Forsyth Tech’s Adult Basic Education and Adult High School programs.

Due to our Annual Forsyth Tech Gathering, we will be closed on Tuesday, August 11. We apologize for any inconvenience. We will be open 8am-6:30pm on Wednesday, August 12 and Thursday, August 13 for Late Registration!

Forsyth Technical Community College’s newly renovated conference room has a new name – The Dewitt E. Rhoades Conference Center, named for a longtime member of the college’s board of trustees. Gary Green, Forsyth Tech’s president, made the announcement during the college’s grand opening ceremony Monday for newly renovated Oak Grove Center on the college’s main […]

Allan Younger, director of the Small Business Center at Forsyth Tech, received the Small Business Advocate of the Year Award from the Kernersville Chamber of Commerce. Younger was recognized during the Chamber’s 2015 Small Business Awards Breakfast held at Fountain of Life Lutheran Church on May 21. The Small Business Advocate of the Year Award […]

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – May 19, 2015 – Postgraduate fellows in maternal-fetal medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center are now practicing invasive procedures on a training device invented by a Wake Forest Baptist physician and designed and built by Forsyth Technical Community College students in collaboration with Wake Forest Innovations. While the patent-pending device, an […]

Stokes Early College kicked off graduation season Thursday morning at King Central Park when 29 seniors received their diplomas alongside family and friends. “We have graduates who have experienced loss of loved ones, physical and emotional struggles and the added responsibility of being the bread winner for their family,” said Stokes Early College principal Misti […]

Date: Thursday, April 30 , 2015 Time: 8:30AM—4:00 PM Tour departs from the Stokes Cooperative Extension office parking area In conjunction with this years tour we are pleased to announce a Goat Forages Seminar led by Dr. Jean Marie Luginbuhl, NCSU Crop Science. There will be a $10 / person charge for this seminar which […]

Tuesday April 21st  6:30-8:30 pm, West Campus Auditorium This event will feature artwork and performances by Forsyth Tech students  studying  art, acting,  and music. Come to celebrate and enjoy the artistic achievements of students who come to Forsyth Tech to learn more about the arts. Performances will include scenes from plays by Anton Chekov, Neil […]

With the logistics industry growing at 22 percent annually, both shippers and transportation providers are searching for workers who have what it takes to succeed in their line of work, which increasingly is being driven by information technology. Likewise, colleges and universities want to prepare new entrants to not just gain a foothold in the […]

As excitement around the NCAA men’s basketball championship game winds down, local attention is now shifting to another rite of spring: Forsyth Tech’s annual Cardboard Boat Regatta, which will take place on Friday, April 24 from 8 – 9:30 am at the Piney Bluff Boat Launch Ramp at Belews Creek off of Rt. 158 East […]

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