Forsyth Tech offered a free PC Diagnostic clinic on March 15. Faculty, students and alumni, along with students from West Stokes High School and Crosby Scholars, offered diagnostics and repairs for personal computers and Macs. In addition, in partnership with Avast, 125 licenses for anti-virus software were offered free of charge. The students gained valuable experience in customer service and computer diagnostics while attendees attended workshops for tips and ideas on wireless technology, saving memory on your computer and learning movie makers software. ... See MoreSee Less
Featured on WXII-TV and the Triad CW this week, Jennifer Coulombe, dean of business and industry services and Anna Marie Smith, vice president Human Resources/chief inclusion officer discussed the upcoming seminar BIAS-Proofing Your Workplace Culture at Forsyth Tech. The seminar will be held Tuesday, March 26 from 10 a.m. 2 p.m. For more information and to register go to tinyurl.com/yc2soxwv.Sharing the Forsyth Tech Story! Jennifer Coulombe, Forsyth Tech, Dean, Business and Industry Services and Anna Marie Smith, Forsyth Tech, Vice President, Human Resources/Chief Inclusion Officer. ... See MoreSee Less
Dr. Janet Spriggs, President of Forsyth Technical Community College was our Guest Speaker this morning. Dr. Spriggs was named as Forsyth Tech’s President in October, 2018, and began in her new role on January 1, 2019.
A Rockingham County native, Dr. Spriggs served as chief operating officer of the Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, where she also served as Vice President and chief financial officer. She was Vice President of Administrative Services and chief financial officer of Carteret Community College. She has over 22 years of experience in North Carolina’s Community College system.
Dr. Janet Spriggs was named president of Forsyth Technical Community College on Oct. 19, 2018. Spriggs was serving as the Chief Operating Officer of Rowan-Cabarrus Community College at the time of her selection. She is replacing Dr. Gary Green, who … Read more →
When visitors step inside Himalayan Hideaway, Winston-Salem’s only salt cave, Chrissy Klunder, owner, hopes guests will feel like they’ve been transported to a courtyard in Nepal. The environment, which Klunder describes as a wellness zone and relaxation station, features a cozy … Read more →