Green Hope’s Art in Motion Brings Energy to Cary

Editor’s Note: Green Hope High School student Aashna Shukla contributed to this article.

Cary, NC – The Green Hope High School Varsity Winterguard and Indoor Percussion invite you to take a part in their local competition to showcase a show that they have dedicated time on and love to show the public. Read more

Education: Bill Fletcher March 2017 Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for March 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.
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Don’t Know What You Want to Do When You Grow Up?

Editor’s Note: Michelle Dawson from the Back to Business Women’s Conference contributed this article.

Cary, NC – We all know someone who wants to return to work after staying home but not to their previous occupation?  Or perhaps they are in an occupation but can’t see themselves continuing for too much longer? Maybe this is you. Read more

Cary Student Preparing Peers for Life Beyond School

Cary, NC – There are many important skills we use every day that are never taught to us until we leave school. One Cary student is trying to give fellow high schoolers a head start with a series of classes for professional and life skills. Read more

Cary Holding Event for Disabilities Resources

Cary, NC – For people who need resources related to disabilities, it can be difficult to know where to go, especially if they are new in town. But an event in Cary this weekend offers a “one-stop shop” for people with disabilities and their caregivers. Read more

Education: Bill Fletcher February 2017 Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for February 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.
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Details on Latest Wake Tech Campus in Morrisville

Cary, NC – Wake Technical Community College already has nine campuses across the county and are now starting on number 10, located in technology-heavy Morrisville to hopefully train students for jobs of the future. Read more

Tech-Based Education Center Opening in Cary

Cary, NC – As jobs of the future will require more understanding of science and math, a new after-school and camp in Cary is looking at ways to use new technology to help students better learn STEM concepts. Read more

Cary Student Representing Community in Speech Contest

Cary, NC – Every year, the American Legion works with high school students in a variety of ways to try and build up civic engagement. Part of their work is the Oratorical Competition and next week, one Cary student will be representing us in the District Contest. Read more

Diversity Summit Tackles Race, Religion and Politics

Cary, NC – Dreamfest in Cary is a culmination of different parts of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy. There’s a Day of Service, an event for children to learn about the civil rights leader and a poetry festival for self-expression. But one of the central event is the Diversity Summit, which brought leaders and thinkers from around Wake County and the country to talk about race and racism in today’s society. Read more