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Wake Technical Community College
9101 Fayetteville Rd.
Raleigh NC 27603

PH: 919-866-5508
FX: 919-661-5589

Dr. Stephen C. Scott

Athletic Director
Barry Street

Athletic Trainer
Jessie Whitby

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College News
Jackson Collier Featured in Golf Magazine
January 24, 2014

One of Wake Tech’s golf players, Jackson Collier, was featured in Golf Magazine. The article is titled “Who Was That Kid?” Senior Writer, Michael Bamberger, from Sports Illustrated describes the encounter he had with Collier when they met at the Chockoyotte Country Club in Weldon, NC. Bamberger was so impressed with Jackson’s skills he inquired about his career aspirations. Jackson stated he did not know where golf would take him but he loves the game and plans to continue playing! Go Eagles!

Record-setting Sendoff
March 5, 2013

The women’s basketball program said thank you and farewell to four sophomores on Sunday. The Eagles competed against the Dolphins of Brunswick Community College in their last home game of the 2012-2013 season. Sophomores Meghan Glenn, Dionysia Cropper, Eboni Dean and Alison Beasley combined for 24 points, 9 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 assist in the Eagles 76-61 win over the Dolphins.

The Eagles are now 16-12 overall as they head into the region tournament this weekend. Regardless of the outcome the Eagles will end the season with a winning record and have the best finish in the program’s history!

Eagles Volunteer To Stop Hunger
February 6, 2013

On Friday, January 18th the Eagle community came together for a few hours to make a world of difference. Several faculty and staff members, athletes, and coaches participated in the Stop Hunger Now event that is hosted on Wake Tech’s main campus.

Stop Hunger now is an international hunger relief organization based in Raleigh with the mission of ending hunger worldwide. Wake Tech has the meal packaging event each year in which more than 10,000 nutrient-filled meals are packaged for school feeding programs and other programs assisting students and families all over the world.

Eagles Lend a Hand
January 3, 2012

Wake Tech Athletics pride themselves on giving back to the community. The Eagle women’s basketball team volunteered at the Wilmington Street Men’s Shelter prior to the holiday break. This is not the first time an athletic team worked at the shelter preparing meals and serving food. The cheerleading team also volunteered there several months ago. According to Wake Tech’s Service Opportunities Coordinator, several groups from the Eagle community have volunteered. Students, faculty, staff, and friends of Wake Technical Community College helped serve just over 2,500 meals at the men’s shelter last year. The Wilmington Street Men's Shelter provides services designed to lead participants to self-sufficiency by providing a safe environment for them to develop skills that will lead to employment and opportunities to obtain housing of their own.

Eagles Fight Hunger
December 22, 2011

The Wake Tech women’s volleyball team recently volunteered at the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. According to the Food Bank’s volunteer coordinator, the Eagles, along with dozens of other volunteers, sorted and packed an estimated 24,000 lbs of food which is enough to feed about 6,000 families of four.

The Food Bank was created in 1980, in response to increased homelessness and hunger in the area. “Today, the Food Bank provides more than 150,000 pounds of food every day to 800 nonprofit, community-based, emergency feeding programs (soup kitchens, food pantries, homeless shelters, and elderly nutrition programs), serving more than 500,000 individuals at risk of hunger in 34 central and eastern North Carolina counties” (http://www.foodbankcenc.org/site/PageServer?pagename=about_history).

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