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.
Hello students, We are a month into the fall semester and I hope it’s going well for all of you. We want to assure you in spite of all we are experiencing, we are still very involved with students and … Read more →
Six people of color in the Triad’s tech and business community are taking a seat at the table as the NC IDEA foundation rolls out plans for a minority-focused council.
Forsyth Technical Community College Small Business Center Director Allan Younger used a single word to describe how small businesses and entrepreneurs will be affected by the shutdown surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. Devastating. Younger this week is pointing those seeking advice … Read more →
Hello Forsyth Tech faculty and staff, As I write my message today, I am reminded of the significance of today’s date — September 11. I vividly remember where I was nineteen years ago, on September 11, 2001, a day when … Read more →
Hello Forsyth Tech faculty and staff! As I mentioned last week, I wanted to share some data with you from As we head into a much-deserved, albeit short break, and the long Labor Day Holiday weekend, I want to remind … Read more →
Hello Forsyth Tech Faculty and Staff, It has been quite a busy week for me, but also very productive and I am happy to say, it was also a week filled with opportunities to engage with students, staff, and faculty. … Read more →