• Careers
    Career Center Carpentry Student Awards Day

    By Kim Underwood Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools JUNE 1, 2017 – The house that students at the Career Center built for Habit for Humanity is ready to be moved to its permanent home. And, thanks to a gift from local builders, the seniors who worked on it now own the tools that will enable them to […]

  • CTE Event
    Skills USA – NC Competition

    Kennedy Students Compete at Skills USA State Conference in Greensboro, NC The annual SkillsUSA NC State Leadership and Skills Conference will be held in Greensboro, April 26-28, 2017. The Masonry students at John F. Kennedy High School and the Carpentry students at the Career Center High School pln to compete in the 2017 North Carolina […]

  • CTE Event
    CTE Competition

    CTE Competition at the 2016 Triad Home & Garden Show A brand new outdoor living competition was added to the 2016 Triad Home & Garden Show between three local Career Technical Education Teams. These teams were made up of local instructors and students from Kennedy High School, The Career Center and Forsyth Technical Community College […]

  • Careers
    Build the Workforce

    Build the Construction Workforce in your Community It’s in everyone’s best interest: HBAs, our members and the schools in our communities need to work together on building industry workforce issues. The shortage of skilled workers in many communities is a big problem. There’s also concern about whether there’s the right kind of training and education […]

  • Education
    Alternative Education

    Alternative Education   Why “Work Smart, Not Hard” is the Worst Advice in the World – Popular Mechanics Article Date: August 14, 2013 Category: Articles,Written By Mike Work smarter, not harder? Don’t tell Mike Rowe, who has met some of the hardest-working people in America. In fact, he argues that mantra is the opposite of […]

  • Education
    Community College

    Earn a Degree, Find a Career at your local community college. Forsyth Technical Community College offers the Credit Track section which can give you information on more than 200 degree, diploma and certificate programs available at FTCC, including their College Transfer program. If you’re wondering “Why Choose Forsyth Tech?” there is a whole list of good […]