Forsyth Technical Community College
Nearly 20 teenagers from Early College in Winston-Salem gather at small tables with their bagels, c
This year's North Carolina high school graduates will be able to go to Forsyth Technical Community College for free this fall through a public-private partnership just unveiled by the school.
A new report finds many North Carolina community colleges are offering more paid holidays than other state and county employees receive.
A new scholarship program in Winston-Salem aims to give the poorest residents a chance to attend college. City leaders are providing money to start the scholarship program.
Forsyth Technical Community College offers training on computer skills like writing emails and using the internet.
More than 100 residents in Forsyth and Stokes Counties will get free job-training. First they must qualify.
Forsyth Technical Community College hosted a presentation Monday by Saul Flores. In 2010, Flores – then a student at North Carolina State University- decided to walk the path his mother took when she migrated to the U.S. The result was a 5,328 mile journey that took him to his mother's hometown in southern Mexico and his father's hometown in El Savador.
Forsyth Technical Community College is building a $7 million Center for Emerging Technologies in downtown Winston-Salem. The center will be located in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.