A group of community leaders gathered at Front Street Capital’s new headquarters located in Bailey South to discuss Covid-19 and the profound impact, not just on business but on higher education, nonprofits, the workforce and certainly on individual households.
Allan is responsible for strengthening operations and services, enhancing support to small businesses, and providing community advocacy. His desire is to positively impact the confidence of small business owners regarding their ability to succeed. Allan not only does a great … Read more →
If he hadn’t made a life-changing choice to attend Forsyth Tech, Jonathan Thull said his life might have turned out much differently. Now, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor- Supervisor with a graduate certificate in play therapy for children and … Read more →
Nearly eight years ago, Curtis Walker arrived in North Carolina with nothing but the clothes on his back and hope for brighter future. Moving from New York, he was ready to turn a new page and build a better life. … Read more →
Tamelia Orellana New Century Workforce Scholarship Award “I feel so confident that God will use me in patients’ time of need just as the sonographer helped me so many years ago.” When Tamelia Orellana was told by her doctor it … Read more →
October 5, 2020, Cybersecurity Awareness Month, SHE Group Virtual Reality Workshop, Forsyth Tech Community College
Winston-Salem, N.C. – Forsyth Tech is proud to announce the appointment of Jacob Surratt, who has a doctorate in education, as the new Vice President of Student Academic Success/Chief Academic Officer beginning December 2, 2020.
Grants of up to $25,000 will go to Black and Latin-owned businesses within Forsyth County for the purposes of retaining and creating jobs, paying wages and salaries and more. <!–more–>
About OneCard Forsyth Tech Students, Faculty and Staff are provided with a versatile photo ID called OneCard. You can add funds to your OneCard and use it to make purchases at the Bookstore, The Grill, and more. View our FAQ … Read more →
A $1.3 million TRIO grant from the U.S. Department of Education will help provide support services at Forsyth Technical Community College for first-generation, low-income or students with disability backgrounds.