Forsyth Tech is your community college. It's your source for affordable college education, offering two-year AAS degrees and college transfer opportunities. It's where you'll find the job training and skills you need for a lasting career or a new start.
Forsyth Technical Community College provides students with exceptional technical education and training as well as college transfer, adult basic education, and continuing and corporate education programs to develop a globally competitive workforce. The college responds to student, employer and community needs with innovative, flexible programs and service delivery.
For almost 50 years, Forsyth Technical Community College’s goal has remained the same: to provide quality education and training for the citizens of North Carolina.
The college opened in the fall of 1960 as the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Industrial Education Center. Automotive mechanics, machine shop, electronics and practical nursing were among the first course offerings.
In 2008, the school opened a third off-campus building, the Northwest Forsyth Center in King. This building houses specialized training facilities for the Criminal Justice, Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Science programs. In addition, it offers the citizens of northwest Forsyth and Stokes counties a more accessible venue for curriculum and continuing education courses.
Future plans include The Forsyth Tech Center for Emerging Technologies in Winston-Salem. The Center will provide training for technicians in biotechnology and nanotechnology to support the growing research and development efforts centered in this area. It will also train students in high performance computing and digital design. The Center will also house the College’s growing corporate training efforts.
at Forsyth Tech
LOP representatives, Mr. James Y. Hunder and Lisa D. Houston, had the privilege to attend and particpate in a revigorateing discussion on 'Africa-Revisted'. We all had to opportunity to Listen & Learn from one another; & that once again, we see that Africa is loved and admired Internationally!
*History of Liberia
* Sponsorship & Education
*Miss African/African-American Educational Pegeant
*How can we HELP & contribute to Africa
*Africa’s growing entrepreneurship
*Self-sufficiency in African business
Mr. James Y. Hunder, President of (LOP)
Mr. Brokopp, African Regional Consultant
MESSAGE FROM FCC
Thank you very much for all of your help and support in making this event possible! Also, we greatly appreciate your offer to partner with the Liberian Organization of the Piedmont to run the Pageant and will certainly discuss how we might partner with you to prepare for such a great opportunity for our community.