More than 100 residents in Forsyth and Stokes Counties will get free job-training. First they must qualify. Forsyth Technical Community College is among 50 community colleges in North Carolina offering a free work training program called Back to Work. It provides free, short-term occupational training for adults 18 and older who are North Carolina residents, unemployed […]
Forsyth Tech Holds Information Sessions for Short-Term “Back to Work” Training Classes Tuition-Free Courses Target Unemployed, Veterans, NC National Guard (Winston-Salem, NC) – Forsyth Tech is holding a series of information sessions in December, January and February to present details about its Back to Work short-term training program designed to train unemployed North Carolinians for […]
Forsyth Technical Community College is planning several information sessions in December, January and February for its “Back to Work” programs. Those classes are short-term training programs specifically designed for unemployed North Carolinians looking to move into in-demand careers such as electronic health records specialists, electrical linemen, facility maintenance technicians and welders. Residents who qualify for […]
Forsyth Technical Community College is building a $7 million Center for Emerging Technologies in downtown Winston-Salem. The center will be located in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. Gary Greene is the president of Forsyth Tech. He says the school is one of the fastest growing community colleges in the country. During the past seven years there, […]
The area within the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem will soon look like a town within the city. In the early 1990’s, officials with Wake Forest University, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, and city and county officials began looking into the idea of creating a downtown research park in Winston-Salem. The area was originally […]
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Information is key when searching for a career path. Forsyth Tech is holding an event next Thursday to let people know about Manufacturing – as well as education and careers. Manufacturing night is 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24. The event will be held in the Ardmore Auditorium on the main campus of […]
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Forsyth Tech is hosting an information session focused on the manufacturing industry. The event is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 24 from 6 – 7:30 pm in Ardmore Auditorium on the college’s Main Campus, 2100 Silas Creek Parkway in Winston-Salem. This session is free and open to the public. Faculty and staff from […]
Forsyth Technical Community College’splanned Center for Emerging Technologiesis expected to ramp up the population of downtown Winston-Salem’s research park by 1,200 students annually when it opens in October 2014. Forsyth Tech President Gary Green and Wake Forest Innovation Quarter PresidentEric Tomlinson will announce this afternoon that the $7 million, 23,900-square-foot facility will be located in the 525@Vine building, […]
GREENSBORO, N.C. — WFMY News 2 is partnering with local businesses and organizations to launch a marketing campaign to expand the aviation workforce in the Triad. The initiative, Aviation Triad, unites the industry with community, civic and other aviation interests to highlight the growing aviation business. “A robust aviation industry is growing in the Piedmont […]
The class of 2013 Forsyth Technical Community College, Paul M Wiles School of Nursing, Stokes County Campus Practical Nursing Evening and Weekend program had a Pinning Ceremony on July 29 at Faith Missionary Alliance Church, located at 1078 Gumtree Rd. in Winston-Salem. FTCC has 2 Practical Nursing Programs, one in Stokes County on the Early […]
A bill modeled after a Forsyth Technical Community College initiative is one stop closer to becoming a nationwide standard after advancing in the U.S. Senate. The AMERICA Works Act, introduced earlier this year by a bipartisan coalition of three senators, including Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., passed through committee and has been rolled into the reauthorization […]
Gardner-Webb University’s Greater Opportunities for Adult Learners program announced two new educational partnerships with Forsyth Technical Community College and Catawba Valley Community College. The program, which allows students working full-time jobs to pursue a bachelor’s degree, will now hold classes on Forsyth Tech’s west campus and Catawba Valley’s east campus in the school’s Higher Education […]
Strips of caution tape cover a manhole at the bottom of an escalator in Hanes Mall, but there’s no need for shoppers to be alarmed. Upon closer inspection, the “manhole” is actually just a graphic sticker, part of Forsyth Technical Community College’s creative advertising campaign to help increase enrollment at the school. “Don’t fall into […]
Forsyth Tech Uses Humor, Technology, and Internal Talent to Recruit New Students for Fall 2013 Innovative Floor Graphics Campaign at Hanes Mall Turns Heads (Winston-Salem, NC) – Forsyth Tech’s fall recruitment push is underway, and this year, the college is using humor, technology and internal talent to draw new students to its Forsyth and Stokes […]
Read this .PDF flyer about the 2013 Winston-Salem BizLaunch.
Read this .PDF flyer about the 2013 Kernersville BizLaunch.
Forsyth Tech Piloting Learning On-Demand Model In Fall Bioscience Classes Format Designed to Reduce Barriers and Increase Convenience for Students (Winston-Salem, NC) – This fall, Forsyth Tech will introduce a unique, custom-designed Learning On-Demand (LOD) format into its biosciences courses that will allow students to participate in academic and lab instruction as their schedules […]
Read this Winston-Salem Journal article about Forsyth Tech’s Bioscience education.
Read this Business Journal article about Forsyth Tech’s renewed accreditation.
(Winston-Salem, NC) – Forsyth Tech has been awarded a $490,568 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a three-year professional development initiative to improve the quality and relevance of community college bioscience education. The Bioscience Industry Fellowship Project (BIFP) will recruit 12 instructors for four-week summer sessions each in 2014 and 2015 to help them contextualize […]