Wake Technical Community College Annual Report 2010-2011
Wake Tech: A Driving Force
These are challenging times: Companies are struggling, workers are being laid off, tax revenues are down. It’s hard to get ahead – that’s why record numbers of citizens, young and old, are turning to Wake Tech to learn new skills, develop innovative ideas, and find new ways to go forward and make a better life for themselves and their families. Wake Tech is in fact playing a vital role in our region’s progress toward brighter economic times. How big is that role? Bigger, perhaps, than you realize: A new study shows that Wake Tech’s programs and its students contribute 2½ billion dollars to the local economy each year! (See study findings in the pages that follow.) Wake Tech is a driving force for better times ahead. For nearly half a century, Wake Tech has been a critical part of the Raleigh/Wake County region’s growth and the realization of its tremendous potential. We’ve been a driving force for economic development, and when necessary, a lifeline. We educate the region’s citizens. We train its workforce to compete in the global market; in difficult times, our training programs help displaced workers reenter the workforce or start new careers. We’re focused on the future, committed to sustainable growth and to preparing students for new technologies and changing workplace demands. We support entrepreneurship, helping to launch small businesses that boost the local economy. Wake Tech graduates work in health care, computer technologies, hospitality, and many other fields, contributing to a thriving community. Our community invests heavily in Wake Tech, and that investment is paying off. We’re proud to be a driving force for the region, and we will continue to lead the way forward. Stephen C. Scott
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Wake Tech Board of Trustees 2010-11
Mr. Jim W. Perry, Chair
Mr. Harvey L. Montague Vice Chair
Ms. Brenda F. Castonguay
Ms. Linda D. Coleman
Ms. Wanda W. Denning
Ms. Merrie R. Hedrick
Mr. James E. Herbst
Ms. Sheila H. Ogle
Mr. J. Anthony Penry
Dr. Benjamin D. Reese, Jr.
Wake Tech: A Driving Force Mr. Gary J. Salamido
Mr. Ronald G. Wainwright, Jr.
Ms. Rachelle Fuller President, Student Government Association
Wake Tech’s Economic Impact EMSI, a provider of strategic planning resources to community colleges nationwide, completed an economic impact study for Wake Tech in early 2011. The study found that Wake Tech affects the local economy in two significant ways: 1) by creating income – though the earnings of faculty and staff, as well as through college operations and capital expenditures, and 2) by expanding the skills base and earning potential of the local workforce. Altogether, the average annual income added due to the activities of Wake Tech and its former students equals roughly $2.4 billion (the sum of college operations and productivity effects, $65.1 million plus $2.3 billion). $2.4 billion is approximately 5.7% of Wake County’s total economy of $41 billion.
Educating the region’s citizens ... OUR STUDENTS Curriculum Enrollment: 24,814 students Continuing Education Enrollment: 39,658 students Total Student Enrollment: 64,472 students FTE grew 40% over the previous year. Curriculum FTE: 13,195 Continuing Education FTE: 3,153 Total FTE: 16,348 OUR PROGRAMS Wake Tech is fully accredited and offers more than 165 associate’s degrees, diplomas, and certificates that prepare students for university transfer or immediate employment. Our Continuing Education programs offer a wide variety of educational opportunities to gain new skills, earn professional credentials, complete high school, learn languages, find new hobbies, and much more.
OUR GRADUATES In May, 2011, Wake Tech graduated the largest class in its history, with 1,438 graduates, ages 17 to 73, receiving degrees and diplomas at the Raleigh Convention Center. An additional 751 students received certificates. The total number of graduates represents an increase of 19% over the previous year. 2011 Graduates Associate Degree Programs 1,260 Certificate Programs 751 Diploma Programs 178 Total 2,189
Degrees Offered Associate in Arts (A.A.) and Associate in Science (A.S.)
University transfer programs that offer an associate’s degree along with the general education courses required for a bachelor’s degree Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)
A general education foundation along with focused study in nursing, criminal justice, culinary arts, high performance computing, and other disciplines – many with university transfer options Associate in General Education (A.G.E.)
A solid general education foundation that can be tailored to individual needs and interests Wake Tech AA and AS graduates who transferred to four-year universities in the UNC system had a higher average GPA after one year (2.96) than the native juniors (2.85)
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Economic Impact: Student Perspective The average Wake Tech studentâ€™s lifetime income increases by $4.40 for every dollar invested in Wake Tech.
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Training the workforce to compete in a global market … Biotech Boot Camp In July 2010, Wake Tech, the NCCCS BioNetwork, and NC State University collaborated to train biotechnology students from eight NC community colleges. The week-long camp, held at the Capstone Center on NC State’s Centennial Campus, helped students prepare for careers in biomanufacturing and provided hands-on experience to help them land jobs. Training the Trainers Educators from across the state convened at Wake Tech in July 2010 for The Oracle Academy Instructors’ Institute, specialized training to enhance instructional skills for IT courses. The week-long, on-site training program was the first of its kind to be offered in North Carolina. Career Fair Students and alumni explored careers and met with prospective employers at Wake Tech’s 21st Annual Career Fair. The event featured 89 employers in business technology, computer and engineering technology, and applied technologies (trades). More than 450 attended to network, distribute their resumes, and find out about jobs. Governor’s Visit Governor Bev Perdue visited Wake Tech’s Public Safety Education Campus to talk with students in short-term training programs in Nursing Assistant and Heating & Air Conditioning training programs. Both high-demand programs were expanded through Gov. Perdue’s JobsNow initiative. Solar Energy Training Wake Tech offered four training classes in partnership with the City of Raleigh’s Office of Sustainability to give technicians and small business owners marketable skills for the growing “green” economy. Students in a Solar Thermal class, for example, installed a solar hot water system, and local entrepreneurs, contractors, and inspectors got hands-on training. The program is free for those who live or work in Raleigh, part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) from the U.S. Department of Energy, via the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
New Associate Degree Programs Added in 2010-11 A.A.S. in Fire Protection Technology A.A.S. in Global Logistics Technology
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Supporting entrepreneurship and the local economy … Small Business Resource Summit The Wake Tech/Wachovia Wells Fargo Center for Entrepreneurship hosted the Small Business Resource Summit in cooperation with Wake Tech’s Small Business Center and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The summit offered “one-stop shopping” for would-be entrepreneurs, with government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and banks giving advice and answering questions. Speaker Series The Wake Tech/Wachovia Wells Fargo Center for Entrepreneurship presented Yasmin Wurts Metivier, a translator and co-founder of a business dedicated to helping Latino immigrants and American businesses understand each other and work together. Metivier, born and raised in Mexico, advised entrepreneurs to be passionate about their business ventures.
Access to Capital More than 100 small business owners met face-to-face with potential lenders at Wake Tech’s Western Wake Campus. The Access to Capital event was organized by U.S. Representatives Bob Etheridge and David Price to support small businesses, which account for more than half of all jobs in the private sector Disney Models Quality Service Local business professionals learned about Disney’s successful customer service techniques at a day-long workshop on Wake Tech’s main campus. Managers and staff in finance, health care, small business, and government studied Disney’s philosophy of exceeding customer expectations. The following day, more than 200 Wake Tech employees participated in the Disney customer service training. This was the fifth Disney event held at Wake Tech.
“I am living a dream thanks to Wake Tech.” Chris Angel spent 15 years in the global software industry before striking out on his own. He turned to the Wake Tech Wachovia Wells Fargo Center for Entrepreneurship for help – and developed a business plan that impressed a local investor. His upscale bowling boutique broke ground in a local shopping center within six months, and business is booming! In its first three months, the boutique welcomed more than 100,000 customers.
Economic Impact: Taxpayer Perspective For every $1 of state and local government support allocated to Wake Tech, taxpayers see a cumulative return of $3.40 over the course of studentsâ€™ working careers (in the form of higher tax receipts and avoided social costs).
A lifeline in difficult times â€Ś
“Wake Tech instructors and advisors go above and beyond. They’ve made it possible for me to succeed.”
Scott Bridges worked in the drywall business for 13 years, until the housing slowdown put him out of a job. After more than a year of unemployment, the father of three learned about Wake Tech’s JobsNOW program in HVAC. He now has a job where he’s learning new skills – and his employer has offered to pay for him to continue his education.
“The Heating & Air Conditioning program at Wake Tech was a great opportunity – I’d recommend it to anyone. It’s made all the difference for me.”
MiShelle Devereaux’s job as a computer drafter was cut during the economic downturn. At Wake Tech she discovered Mechanical Engineering Technology – a perfect fit for her skills as a licensed pilot and her interest in aircraft design.
Gerardo Espinoza came to the U.S. from Mexico in 2002, determined to build a better future for himself. He took ESL classes at Wake Tech and enrolled in the Architectural Technology program, going to night classes after work. He earned his A.A.S. in 2007 and landed a job before he had even graduated. Gerardo now leads the engineering department at a local architecture firm!
“Wake Tech opened doors for me and helped me achieve a different life.”
“Thanks to Wake Tech’s START program, I was able to pick and choose where I wanted to work.”
Read more success stories at successstories.waketech.edu.
Cynthia Motley embarked on a new career after 20 years in IT and an unexpected layoff. After completing Wake Tech’s 10-week START (Skills, Tasks, and Results Training) hospitality course, she was able to choose from a flood of job offers. She’s now employed in a local hotel with definite plans to climb the corporate ladder to sales director or division manager.
Focused on the future … Wake Tech Leads Green Revolution Wake Tech was selected to lead the statewide Code Green Super CIP (Curriculum Improvement Project) to improve the curriculum in sustainability and green technologies at all NC community colleges. Wake Tech instructor and administrator Robert “Butch” Grove was tapped to manage the project and named Wake Tech’s new Dean of Sustainability, to incorporate sustainable practices and processes into Wake Tech programs and add new environmentally-focused training components. SunTrust Center for Strategic Futures Wake Tech hosted renowned futurist Marvin Cetron, who said studying the future is critical in preparing for the challenges of climate change, global food crises, overpopulation, and more. In another event sponsored by The SunTrust Center for Stategic Futures, author and innovator Jay McBain talked about the future of technology and predicted that small, start-up businesses will play a critical role. New Facilities Wake Tech’s Public Safety Education Campus completed a $5 million overhaul, tripling in size to more than 65,000 square feet and adding a forensics lab and other state-of-the-art training features. The campus is home to the Criminal Justice, Latent Evidence, Fire Protection Technology, and Basic Law Enforcement programs, and the site of in-service training for first responders and public safety officers. Wake Tech broke ground on a new building on the Northern Wake Campus, a $22 million, 80,820 square foot facility that will open for classes April 2012. The four-story building will include classrooms, labs, and a rooftop terrace! Daylight harvesting and other green features will greatly reduce energy and water use.
Economic Impact: Social Perspective
The higher earnings of Wake Tech students and the associated increases in state income expand the tax base in North Carolina by about $235.4 million each year.
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Contributing to a thriving community …
Wake Tech’s annual Culinary Arts Showcase Fostering Bright Futures Triangle Family Services, a Wake County agency that helps families in crisis, sponsored a series of financial literacy workshops to help youth in the Fostering Bright Futures program. Fostering Bright Futures is a program that helps former foster youth earn an education by providing academic tutors, life mentors, and financial aid. Wake County Commissioners also provided the third $50,000 installment on a five-year, $250,000 commitment to the program. A Great Place to Work For the second consecutive year, Wake Tech was named one of 2010’s best colleges in the nation to work for by The Chronicle of Higher Education – one of only 20 two-year U.S. colleges to earn the distinction. In addition, Wake Tech was named to the 2010 Great Colleges Honor Roll for receiving the most recognition in its size category. Honoring Fallen Officers Wake Tech’s Public Safety Education Campus dedicated part of its memorial wall to 10 NC Corrections officers who died in the line of duty between 1939 and 1999. The memorial wall honors the courage and sacrifice of all fallen public safety personnel. Giving Back Wake Tech’s Plus 50 Program and AARP teamed up to host a Volunteer Connection Fair with more than 25 organizations, from museums to healthcare facilities. The fair linked willing volunteers with opportunities for service.
A Day of Service Culinary Arts Showcase Wake Tech’s annual Culinary Arts Showcase attracted more than 2,000 people to the Raleigh Convention Center. Food lovers were treated to dazzling displays and samples, and five two-person teams squared off in a live cake-decorating challenge. Sixty-five students from across NC and 20 professionals from five states competed before American Culinary Federation judges. Wake Tech offers the county’s only full culinary program accredited by the ACF. Culinary Arts Showcase is the largest ACF event in the Southeast. Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Wake Tech students and employees celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a day of service – working at a local daycare facility, helping out at the Salvation Army, and packing 10,000 meals for children and orphanages through Stop Hunger Now. Combat Paper Project Wake Tech’s Fine Arts Department brought the national Combat Paper Project to the Northern Wake Campus. Throughout the week-long event, more than two dozen former service men and women turned cut-up uniforms and fatigues into visual artwork, journals, and books.
Spotlighting excellence â€Ś 2011 Excellence in Teaching Awards: Faculty
2011 Excellence in Service Awards: Staff
Gary R. Randall Applied Technologies
Jeffrey D. Humphrey Academic Support
Joseph H. Haigler Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Jill C. Mikulecky Computer and Engineering Technologies
Darryl McGraw Executive *Staff Member of the Year
Dee Brubaker Clerical
Dianne Loyd Student Support: Technical/ Paraprofessional
Michael Bussey College Support: Professional
Kathryn M. Allen Continuing Education
Angela E. Washington Health Sciences *Instructor of the Year
Marilyn E. Terrill Business Technologies
Carrie E. Bartek Mathematics and Sciences
John Saparilas Deans
Santrell Caison Directors and Managers
Thu Washington Student Support: Professional
Heather Buck College Support: Technical/ Paraprofessional
Instructor of the Year Angela E. Washington
Staff Member of the Year Darryl McGraw
Spotlighting excellence … President’s Award for Excellence Six Wake Tech students received the 2011 President’s Award for Excellence: Steven Polglase, Applied Technologies Jacquelyn Adcock, Business Technologies MiShelle Devereaux, Computer and Engineering Technologies Dale Prihoda, Mathematics and Sciences Meghan Riley, Health Sciences Erin Holloway, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences The annual award is presented to the top student in each degree-granting division, based on academic performance, attitude, and participation. MiShelle Devereaux was recognized as the 2011 Wake Tech representative at the NC Community College System Academic Excellence Awards. Phi Beta Lambda Wake Tech students brought home 23 awards (including six first place honors) at Phi Beta Lambda’s State Leadership Conference in Charlotte. Phi Beta Lambda is the national academic fraternity for students in business and leadership. Lorena Aguilar Hank Cox Terra DeMars Justin Ficurilli Brandon Ford Hannah Lewis Jameer Logan Jason Printzenhoff Joy Richardson Jaime Z. Sandoval Fiaunna Shivers National Scholarship Wake Tech student Gregory Parrish received a $500 scholarship from the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. Parrish graduated in May 2011 with an A.A.S. degree in Heavy Equipment and Transport Technology. He’s employed in an auto dealership and plans to become a diesel technician. Volunteer of the Year Foundation Board member John McKinney was honored with the Volunteer of the Year Award. McKinney has served on the Foundation Board of Directors for the past nine years and has been crucial to the Foundation’s efforts to increase giving through its annual campaign - taking it from $500,000 in 2003 to over $2 million in 2010.
Going Green Four Wake Tech students in Architectural Technology, Thomas Madre, Synthavanh Thompson, Felipe Tapia, and Amilcar Garcia, were honored for their cluster of affordable, energy-efficient homes for working families in downtown Raleigh. Their design earned third place honors in the 2011 NC Sustainable Building Design Competition that included teams from both two-year and four-year institutions. Sustainability Award Wake Tech received the 2011 Smith Seal of NC Large Business Sustainability Award from the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, honoring organizations that incorporate sustainability into their mission and day-to-day operations. Community Partners Honored GlaxoSmithKline was named Corporate Benefactor of the Year for its support of Wake Tech over the past 24 years. GSK has donated more than $350,000 to the Wake Tech Foundation since 1987 and continues to contribute $10,000 to its endowed scholarship fund each year. GSK has also donated much-needed equipment. Tri Properties Chairman Robert “Roddy” Jones was given the Individual Spirit of Giving Award. An active philanthropist, Jones established one of Wake Tech’s largest endowed scholarship funds, currently valued at $110,000. To date, it has assisted more than 40 high-achieving students in the hospitality management program. Cary Police Chief Pat Bazemore received the Distinguished Alumni Award. Bazemore began her law enforcement career in 1986 after graduating from Wake Tech with a degree in Criminal Justice Technology. She went on to earn advanced degrees as she rose through the ranks of the Cary Police Department.
Financial Statement 2010-2011 Revenue Sources Student Tuition and Fees State Government Local Government Federal Government Scholarships Other Sources Total
Revenue Sources $19,705,542 16.4% 53,553,260 42.0% 22,241,230 17.7% 25,615,302 20.4% 2,238,250 1.8% 2,980,732 2.4% $125,334,316 100.0%
Expenditures Personal Services $77,876,218 63.6% Supplies and Materials 11,678,868 9.5% Services 11,067,702 9.0% Scholarship and Fellowships 19,855,839 16.2% Utilities 2,097,126 1.7% Total $122,575,753 100.0%
College Development College Development seeks financial support for Wake Tech programs and students beyond designated state and local funding. It encompasses sponsored programs, including federal, state, and private grants, as well as private fundraising through the Wake Tech Foundation. Sponsored Programs and Federal Relations develops and maintains federal relations; solicits funds from foundations and federal, state, and local government in the form of appropriations and grants, and administers sponsored programs and initiatives to support Wake Tech needs. Wake Tech received more than $2.5 million in grant funds in the 201011 year! These grants have allowed Wake Tech to develop law enforcement training, build a crime lab, train workers in computer simulation and â€œgreenâ€? automotive technologies, and provide scholarships to students in STEM fields. Grants have also helped Wake Tech improve energy conservation and encourage alternative transportation, support ESL instructors, develop continuing education for retirees and career changers, and provide more opportunities to Hispanic students.
2010-11 Projects and Funding Sources SPARK: Syllabus Preparation and Required Knowledge.......................... $35,000 North Carolina Community Colleges GlaxoSmithKline Faculty Fellow................................................................ $7,500 GlaxoSmithKline Institute for Emerging Issues Building Engineering Pathways through Engineering Statistics Courses.................................................................................. $23,500 Golden Leaf Foundation Graduation, Retention, and Extension of AAS Technicians (GREAT) Scholars................................................................................... $60,500 National Science Foundation Early Childhood Curricula and the CSEFEL Pyramid Model: Establishing an Effective Workforce........................................................ $99,931 North Carolina Division of Child Development Biotechnology Lab Enhancement for College Biology Classes................. $66,296 North Carolina Biotechnology Center Virtual Learning Community Extended Development Center..................$200,000 North Carolina Community College Systems Pathways Leadership Initiative (Male Mentoring Program)...................... $25,000 North Carolina Community Colleges English Language/Civics Education....................................................... $74,500 North Carolina Community Colleges
Blog, Wiki, Read, Write: Am I still in Kansas? Technology & Literacy on the Frontlines.................................................................................................$5,000 National Coalition for Literacy The Institute for Mexicans Abroad (IME) Becas Fellowship Program..........................................................................................$25,000 The Institute for Mexicans Abroad Plus 50 Completion College................................................................................$7,200 American Association of Community Colleges Wake Learn & Earn Early College.......................................................................$58,000 North Carolina Department of Public Instruction High School Equivalency Program...................................................................$407,735 U.S. Department of Education Su Hogar Medico: Building Capacity to Serve Spanish Speaking Families in Pediatric Practices........................................................................................$55,556 John Rex Endowment American Association of Community Colleges Plus 50 Initiative...............................................................................................$12,400 American Association of Community Colleges Virtual Computing Laboratory Environment for Overcoming Traditional Workforce Training Barriers at Community Colleges........................................................$132,636 U.S. Department of Labor
Meeting the Need: High Growth and Green Jobs Initiative...................... $200,000 U.S. Department of Labor–Health and Human Services
Energy Plan 2009-10......................................................................................$121,971 North Carolina Department of Commerce
Public Safety for a Growing Region....................................................... $150,000 U.S. Department of Commerce–Justice–Science
Compensatory Education Program of Study, Correlation Guide and Training....................................................................... $115,000 North Carolina Community Colleges
SunTrust Center for Strategic Futures..................................................... $25,000 SunTrust Foundation Clean Transportation Education Project...................................................$37,388 U.S. Department of Energy Greener Way to Work and Live..................................................................$10,000 City of Raleigh Code Green Super Curriculum Improvement Project (CIP) Lead College........................................................................................ $150,000 North Carolina Community Colleges Library Technology Grant........................................................................ $98,736 State Library of North Carolina ConnectInc North Carolina Neighbors Helping Neighbors....................... $42,000 North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Wake Technical Community College Zeroing Ozone Output Measures (ZOOM)................................................................................. $62,057 Triangle J Council of Governments City of Raleigh: Solar and Sustainability...........................................................$30,845 U.S. Department of Energy YouthBuild Demo Project................................................................................. $13,817 Department of Labor/Capital Area Workforce Development Board Raleigh College and Community Collaborative..................................................$75,500 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation GC-FAME.........................................................................................................$72,533 North Carolina Biotechnology Center YouthBuild – Capital Area Workforce Development Board.................................$26,000 U.S. Department of Labor/Capital Area Workforce Development Board
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Wake Tech Foundation Board of Directors 2010-11
Matthew S. Black
Linda D. Coleman
O. Morton Congleton
Joseph Cooper, Jr.
Jill Wells Heath
James E. Ingram
Gary B. Jordan
John D. McKinney
Arne W., Morris
Jim W. Perry
Alden R. Schnaidt
Stephen C. Scott
Rachel R. Selisker
Elmo E. Vance
Wake Tech Foundation Officers: Chair Rachel R. Selisker
Secretary Stephen C. Scott
Vice Chair Arne W. Morris
Executive Director O. Morton Congleton
The Wake Tech Foundation is a 501ÂŠ(3) non-profit corporation with the mission of partnering with corporations, foundations, and individuals to support Wake Techâ€™s institutional and instructional needs.
Treasurer Lawrence A. Hamilton
2010-11 Board of Directors Matthew S. Black Pinna, Johnston & Burwell P.A.
Jill Wells Heath Mulkey Engineers & Consultants
Stephen C. Scott President, Wake Technical Community College
David Campbell Allscripts
Clyde Holt Smith Moore LLP
Rachel R. Selisker Seamark Advisors, LLC
Elizabeth Clay-Bradley Wells Fargo Securities
James E. Ingram Ingram Consulting Services
Ed Turlington Brook, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard
W.H. (Bud) Coggins Coggins Sales & Marketing Inc.
Gary B. Jordan Red Hat
Elmo E. Vance NC Department of Transportation
Linda D. Coleman NC Office of State Personnel
Barry Long Millennium Print Group
Ronald Wainwright Cherry Bekaert & Holland
O. Morton Congleton Wake Tech Foundation
John D. McKinney Alfred Williams
Walter Wells AT&T
Joseph Cooper Jr. RBC Centura Bank
Arne W. Morris RSM McGladrey, Inc.
Mike Desmond Hendrick Cary Auto Mall
Jim W. Perry Waste Industries
Judy Fourie J Fourie & Company Inc.
Donna Preiss The Preiss Company
Lawrence A. Hamilton Hughes, Pittman and Gupton, LLP
Alden R. Schnaidt Prudential York Simpson Underwood Realty
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Foundation Highlights The Wake Tech Foundation continues to diversify its funding base in an effort to weather the economic storm and better meet the needs of the College. Thanks to the generosity of our family and friends, corporate partners, community leaders, and others, the Wake Tech Foundation raised over $2.7 million during the 2010-11 fiscal year. Some of the year’s highlights: • The Foundation received an unprecedented $500,000 donation from the Trust of Harold Hastings Brenner to the Leroy I. Howell Endowed Scholarships. This transformational gift will provide scholarships for high performing students pursuing a diploma or certificate in a technology based program of one-year or less. Mr. and Mrs. Brenner’s legacy gift is the single largest individual donation in the Foundation’s history and will make it possible for 30-40 students a year to gain new technical skills and return to the workforce. • Wake Tech employees contributed more than $83,000 to the Foundation – an increase of $7,300! • The Foundation awarded $176,000 in student support through scholarships and emergency financial assistance. • The Foundation provided $1.2 million in program and college support, including gifts in kind of essential equipment and services, the Fostering Bright Futures program, and program development. • Wake Tech faculty and staff received $49,000 in tuition assistance for continuing their education, professional development and licensure. • The Foundation established six new scholarships, including the Sammie C. Thornton Memorial Scholarship, honoring Wake Tech’s former Dean of Applied Technologies, a 30+ year veteran of the Community College system. • With help from the Bank of America Foundation, the Wake Tech Foundation awarded 156 transitional scholarships to GED/AHS/HEP graduates to pursue continuing education courses and certificates in skills-based programs that will increase their employability and offer an introduction to curriculum level degree programs. • The Foundation Board of Directors unanimously approved a multi-million dollar, three-year, Major Gifts campaign, to support Wake Tech’s efforts and needs in the areas of economic development, workforce development, and student success. Thank you for your commitment to Wake Tech and to our community. Sincerely, Rachel Selisker Chair, Wake Tech Foundation Board of Directors
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Foundation Financial Statement 2010-2011
Revenues Cash Contributions $1,184,087 In-Kind Contributions 589,210 Investment Income 730,919 Other Income 216,115 (Event, Product Sales, and Misc revenues) Total Revenue
(44%) (22%) (27%) (8%)
Sources of Contributions Corporations 49% Foundations 3% Individuals 45% Other 3% (Civic organizations, government agencies, institutions) Expenses Program Support General Programs College Support Student Support Management & General Fundraising Total Expenses
$997,694 $173,456 $176,145 $118,775 $68,576
(65%) (11%) (11%) (8%) (4%)
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Contributors Visionaries’ Circle ($50,000+ ) The Trust of Harold and Shirley Brenner Pepsi Bottling Ventures SAS Institute Wake County Government WakeMed Health & Hospitals
Platinum Circle ($25,000 + ) Nationwide Affinity Solutions Team US Foodservice
Gold Circle ($10,000+ ) American Labor / LAB ACM AT&T Bank of America Charitable Foundation Clark Nexsen Architecture & Engineering Frank A. Daniels Duke Raleigh Hospital Elizabeth McGeachin McKee Foundation Grainger Foundation Gregory Poole Equipment Company Hendrick Cary Auto Mall Home Builders Assn. of Raleigh-Wake County IBM McKee Family Foundation
Progress Energy SunTrust Foundation The 200 Club of Wake County The University of California Wake County New Vehicle Dealers
Silver Circle ($5,000+ ) Anonymous Apex Rotary Club BB&T CapTrust Financial Partners CISCO Systems The Fenwick Foundation First Citizens Bank Follett Higher Education Group GlaxoSmithKline John Deere Agriculture & Turf Division John Deere Construction Equipment Company John Deere Foundation James H. Maynard Busala Nosavan Pearce, Brinkley, Cease & Lee Pfizer PharmaSys James R. Talton Carol and Richard Theuer TT&E Iron & Metal Martha H. Waters
Bronze Circle ($2,500+ )
Advocates’ Circle ($1,000+ )
A.E. Finley Foundation Allscripts American Chemical Society Committee BBH Design Bryant-Durham Electric Company Cary-Kildaire Rotary Club Elizabeth Clay Bradley Computer & Communications Industry Association O. Morton Congleton Duke University Henry Wurst Johnson, Hearn, Vinegar, Gee & Glass Gary Jordan Charles Martin Gerald A. Mitchell
Arthur W. Andrews Anonymous Balfour Beatty Construction Robert J. Batson Sloan M. Burton Capitol Broadcasting Company Cary Rotary Club Cary Woman’s Club Centrex Properties / Hampton Inn Clancy & Theys Construction Company Mary Y. Cluff Cost Cutters Family Hair Salon Credit Suisse G. Mike Desmond Dixon Hughes Goodman Falcon Engineering Judy Fourie Harrison College Jill W. Heath IFMA, Greater Triangle Chapter Intuit Foundation Investors Portfolio Willa “Rita” Jerman L.G. Jordan Oil Company Lord Corporation LS3P Associates Robert E. McCoy
Morris & Associates National Coalition for Literacy NC State University O’Brien/Atkins Associates Ron Perry Preiss Company Professional Women’s Leadership Assoc. of Fuquay Varina Stephen C. Scott United Assn. of Plumbers & Pipefitters #421 WalMart Foundation
McGraw-Hill Companies Harvey L. Montague Arne Morris Mulkey Engineers and Consultants O. J. Murray MVP Plan Administrators Needmore Ruritan Club Kevin O’Neal Optimist Club of Raleigh Knowles R. Parker Piedmont Air Conditioning Donna P. Preiss Raleigh Radiology Associates RATIO Architects Corey S. Richardson Rotary Club of Raleigh Foundation Bryan K. Ryan Schenkel Shultz Architecture SchoolDude.com Rachel R. Selisker Service Roofing & Sheet Metal Company of Raleigh Karl D. Smith State Farm Companies Foundation Stewart Engineering Samuel Strickland Tech Electric Corporation The Forty and Eight, Voiture 620 Ronald Wainwright WAJ Management Waste Industries Glenn Williamson Wooten Company
Yates Mill Chapter NSDAR
Pacesetters’ Club ($500+ ) Agilent Technologies Angus Barn Lawrence W. Appleton John B. Boone William S. Bradshaw Brady Services Cardinal International Trucks Laurie Clowers Carol Cutler White Ajit S. Dixit Harry L. Eberly Tonya P. Forbes Susan H. Frazier Wendell B. Goodwin Deborah L. Hadley Kathryn H. Hedrick Paul M. Heimbecker James E. Herbst HH Architecture Clyde Holt JM Thompson Company Judith R. Close Consulting Rosemary J. Kelly Dianne L. Keyser Kid to Kid Stephanie S. Lake Latham Electrical Company Patrick K. Lindsey
Wayne A. Loots John McKinney Mercer Tool Moseley Architects Kelly Musico NC Community College Faculty Association NC-CMAA NCTA Maintenance Council Phares S. Nye Oakhaven Research Virginia Parker J. Andy Penry Ramey Kem & Associates Beverly L. Rittner S&ME Simplex Grinnell Gina R. Smith State Employees Combined Campaign Supreme Maintenance Organization Glenn Thomas Raymond L. Tims Triangle Community Foundation J. Michael Waldrop Walter Wells Doug Zippay
Deans’ Club ($250+ ) Willeena J. Algood DeeDee A. Allen Altrusa International of Raleigh Dianne Arvizu
Kincheon H. Bailey Banded Brothers Denise H. Barton Susan R. Bloomfield Wanda S. Brewer Mireia Z. Brunner David M. Campbell Capital Area Transit Jacquelyn L. Case CLH Design Dan F. Clower Linda D. Coleman Barbara A. Coles Marlys A. De Alba Sandra L. Dietrich Steve N. Duncan Lora M. Eddington Calvin R. Edgerton Ed & Lynne Eggers Dan and Sandra Jean Evans Fred D. Frazier Dean R. Furbish Deborah W. Furbish Patricia A. Godin Robert “Butch” Grove H & S Walls Dave W. Hedrick William and Merrie Hedrick Caralyn M. House Regina M. Huggins IBM Matching Gifts Foundation James Ingram Sherri L. Johnston
Lynn E. Kavcsak Janet T. Killen Kimley-Horn & Associates Ernestine D. Ledbetter Gene Lewis Ronald A. Lowe Bill Malpass Peter T. Marino Kelly H. Markson Jerry W. Marples Patricia I. McCullough Sharon W. McMillian Nancy Miller Fredi Morf Thomas O. Murry Rebecca L. Neagle Sheila H. Ogle Rudolph E. Oliver Diana G. Osborne Parson Brinckerhoff Group Administration Susan B. Payne Mary D. Pearce Jim W. Perry Rhonda Pickett Poppyseed Markets W. Ward Preston Carl D. Price Linda G. Purnell Jane A. Rabon Linda Ray RDK Engineers William T. Rhoades Nancy J. Rivers
Margaret Roberton Gary Salamido SGA, Wake Tech Community College Tammy Stephenson-Hamid TeachPath Training Group Beverly Thomas Ed Turlington Kathryn Y. Tyndall Wayne J. Griffin Electric Andrea M. Weigl Harolyn S. Whitehead Antwon D. Williams Denis G. Winters
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