Have a Happy and Safe Halloween
Crime Scene Processing and the Criminal Justice Club
The Wake Tech Compensatory Education JOBS Club and Animal Care Training Class is Hosting a Pet Food Drive
The following items are being collected:
* Dry / wet dog and cat food, bird seed, cat and dog treats, raw hides and peanut butter
* Paper towels,blankets, cloth towels, detergent, plastic bags, scoopable and non scoopable litter and hand sanitizer
Donation bins are located on each campus:
North Campus – BD Lobby
Main Campus SSB 137
Health Science Campus – HSC 2 Lobby
Western Wake Campus – Reception Area
Public Safety Education Campus – Main Lobby
AECX- AEC Front Office
Donation will be collected until March 20, 2013
For Further Information please call the Comp Ed Office @ 919-334-1507
Hungry? Join us Wednesday at 11:30 for a meet n greet, complete with free pizza for lunch. We hope to see you there.
Students Helping Students Food Drive
Food Pantry Distribution
Beginning Monday, February 18th.
We have collected hundreds of food donations. We are ready to distribute them to the students of Wake Tech.
Food Available for pick up at the following locations with a valid Student ID:
Main Campus – SSB Room 137- Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 10 am to 2 pm
North Campus – Building D Room 206 B Tuesdays and Thursdays – 10 am to 2 pm
Health Science Campus – HS 2 – Student Lounge – Mondays 10 am to 1 pm and Wednesdays – 8 am to 12 pm
canned soup, canned tuna, package noodles, pasta, peanut butter,
canned fruit or vegetables, breakfast cereal, crackers,
healthy snacks, and juice boxes
For additional information please e-mail Luanne Burns – email@example.com
As of now, we should all be well adjusted to the 2013 semester, and the criminal justice club is no exception. At this time we would like to request and remind you of the following:
-In an effort to accommodate as many club members as possible, Ms. Derricks is requesting that all members email her their new availability so that club meetings may be scheduled accordingly.
-We would also like to ask that members take time to refresh themselves on the club’s attendance policy, and take their time to pay their dues ($5) if they have not done so at this time.
We look forward to a strong and successful semester.
As of now, you should all be aware that there will be a meeting for anyone attending the trip to central prison on December Seventh. During this time Mr. Asfari will have the floor. As a reminder attendance is being recorded.
I have made a small error when listing out our board members, please note that we also have a recording secretary, Linda Derricks. I have added her name to the board list, and apologize for any confusion.
Ladies and Gentlemen, as of Monday, the Criminal Justice Club has officially partnered with the Wake Med Reach out and Read Program. This is in an attempt to promote litteracy among children as we strive to stay true to Wake Tech’s mission to promote lifelong learning. Our flyer for this initiative may be found at the link below, you may also find the official site for more information here.