From the President

Dr. Gary M. Green

We are fortunate to have tremendous support for Forsyth Technical Community College in this community. The individuals, companies, and community partners that continue to advocate for education and workforce development are changing lives. Over the past three years, the community supported two major fundraising initiatives. The Pathways to Possibilities Capital Campaign launched in 2015 to help ...

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Zach Alderman Found his “Field of Dreams” in his Hometown

Zach Alderman

“Nothing in life is easy. You can do anything if you want it bad enough.” Zach Alderman carries that philosophy with him and thus far, it has taken him into the start of his dream career. Alderman is the Corporate Partnerships Manager for the Winston-Salem Dash Baseball team. An alumnus of Forsyth Tech, he said he had ...

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Forsyth Technical Community College Student Selected as Student Fellow for the Pulitzer Center

Tomas Woodall Posada

A first-year student at Forsyth Technical Community College, Tomas Woodall Posada found an exceptional way to raise awareness of the devastating situation in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Posada reported as a Student Fellow with the Pulitzer Center in Washington, D.C. Click here to read his story. The Pulitzer Center offers opportunities and scholarships to journalists and ...

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Professional Development Grant Provides Opportunity to Enrich Student Learning

While Forsyth Tech instructors are continually expected to develop new and relevant class content for students, the Forsyth Tech Foundation can provide essential assistance in providing grants for ongoing professional development. Such was the experience for Communication Instructor Alan Teitleman, who received a $1,909 grant from the Foundation and was able to travel to Prague, Czech ...

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Culinary Entrepreneurs Smoked the Small Business Challenge

entrepreneurs

Forsyth Technical Community College held the Small Business Launch Challenge Awards on Dec. 18, 2017 to complete the first session. Six finalists presented their proposals and three winners were selected. The first place winner was Stacey Mitchell, co-owner of Smoke and Skillet Food and Beverage Catering; second place winner was Faith McKnight, owner of The ...

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Forsyth Technical Community College Launched Forsyth Tech Works Volunteer Program

Forsyth Tech employees out volunteering

From sorting food and preparing bagged lunches to painting and hauling gravel, Forsyth Tech employees spent time this past September offering their services to the community. “All full-time employees received eight hours of community service leave as part of a new program we launched last year,” explains Anna Marie Smith, Chief Human Resources Officer. “We didn’t ...

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Growing Need for Cyber Warriors Offers Students Scholarships and Careers in Cybersecurity

cyber security students

In September 2016, Forsyth Technical Community College was named by the National Security Agency (NSA) as a Cybersecurity Regional Resource Center (CRRC), one of only six community colleges in the country designated a Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in cybersecurity. The CAE designation, awarded jointly by the NSA and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) ...

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A New Partnership Develops

Bellevue and Forsyth Tech faculty

Forsyth Technical Community College has partnered with Bellevue University, a private, nonprofit university in Bellevue, Nebraska, to offer students another program option for college transfer upon graduation from Forsyth Tech. Three Bellevue leaders visited Forsyth Tech on February 5 to meet with Forsyth Tech leaders and faculty to share information about the program, take a tour, ...

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A Collaborative Effort Earns Recognition

4 members of the c3bc

Forsyth Tech was named a national finalist in the Bellwether Award competition in January for a four-year project spearheaded by its National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce (NCBW). Forsyth Tech and its NCBW received Bellwether Award recognition for the work of the Community College Consortium for Bioscience Credentials, which was created under a $15 million Trade ...

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Giving Everyone a Reason to Smile

dental students at work on a patient

Good dental hygiene with regular checkups is important but can also be expensive. That’s why at Forsyth Tech, one of the benefits of offering the best education in dental education is instruction through hands- on experience and giving back to the community. In addition to the low-cost dental clinic offered from February through June, the dental ...

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