Find Your Future Here A G u i d e t o C u r r i c u l u m P r o g r a m s & J o b s Tr a i n i n g a t F o r s y t h Te c h Find Your Future Here A Message from the President Contents No one knows what your future holds, but it’s > A Message From The President Inside Front a fact that getting an education is a great start > Admissions Procedures & Tuition Costs 1 toward a better, more prosperous future. According to the latest statistics*, the average > Credit Programs Of Study (By Division) 2 income in North Carolina for those 25 and older without a high school diploma is less than $19,000 > Credit Programs Of Study (A – Z) 3 per year, with a high school diploma it’s just under $26,000, with an associate degree it’s over > GED/Adult High School 12 $31,000, and for those with a bachelor’s degree it’s almost $44,000. Those differences add up to > Career Readiness Certificate 12 hundreds of thousands of extra dollars you’ll > Employment Skills Labs 12 earn over the course of a lifetime. > JobsNOW: Skills Training 13 Forsyth Tech is an excellent place to get the education you need. In this publication, you’ll > Where Are The New Jobs Coming From? 13 find a wide variety of educational options, including information on more than 190 credit- based degree, diploma and certificate programs, our JobsNOW vocational training programs, and programs like Adult High School and GED that can allow you to complete your high school education. Wherever you are now, we can help you reach the next level. I urge you to look through these pages, see what we have to offer, and find your future at Forsyth Tech. Dr. Gary M. Green President *Source: U.S. Census 2006-2008 American Community Survey Find Your Future Here Admissions Procedures & Tuition Costs A Quick Guide To Applying To Forsyth Tech Applying to Forsyth Tech is simple. Just fill out some forms, do a little paperwork and you can be on your way to a great future! Step 1 Apply online at www.ForsythTech.edu or CFNC.org. Step 2 Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Forsyth Tech’s school code is 005317 and is required on the application. Step 3 Have your Official Transcripts sent to Forsyth Tech directly from your high school and/or any previous college you attended. If you have a GED or are home-schooled, see www.ForsythTech.edu for more information. Step 4 Take A Placement Test - SAT, ACT, ASSET, Compass or Forsyth Tech’s Computerized Placement Test (CPT). For information on taking Forsyth Tech’s Computerized Placement Test (CPT), visit www.ForsythTech.edu. And that’s all you have to do to get started on a great education and a great career! 2009-2010 Tuition Costs for Credit Programs Credit In-State Tuition Out-of-State Tuition for Non- Hours for North Carolina Residents North Carolina Residents/International > Tuition 1 $50.00 $241.30 Tuition at Forsyth Tech is charged 2 $100.00 $482.60 per credit hour and is based on 3 $150.00 $723.90 your North Carolina resident or 4 $200.00 $965.20 nonresident status. If you take 5 $250.00 $1,206.50 more than 16 hours in a semester, 6 $300.00 $1,447.80 you will not be charged beyond the 7 $350.00 $1,689.10 cost of those 16 hours. 8 $400.00 $1,930.40 9 $450.00 $2,171.70 Information about determining 10 $500.00 $2,413.00 resident or nonresident status is 11 $550.00 $2,654.30 available at www.ForsythTech.edu. 12 $600.00 $2,895.60 13 $650.00 $3,136.90 > Fees 14 $700.00 $3,378.20 For a complete list of student fees, 15 $750.00 $3,619.50 visit www.ForsythTech.edu. 16 or more $800.00 $3,860.80 1 Programs By Division Credit Programs of Study Arts and Sciences Business and Engineering Health Technologies Associate in Arts Information Technologies Technologies Associate Degree Nursing Associate in Arts/Pre-Major Accounting Air Conditioning, Heating, Cardiovascular Sonography - Business Administration Business Administration and Refrigeration Technology - Adult Echocardiography - Criminal Justice - Customer Service - Comfort Systems - Vascular Sonography - Elementary Education - Global Entrepreneurship Computed Tomography & Magnetic - English Architectural Technology Resonance Imaging Technology Business Administration/ - Sustainable Design - History Import Export Compliance - Distance Learning Non-Clinical - Middle Grades Education Autobody Repair - Traditional Clinical Business Administration/ - Nursing International Business - Non-Structural Damage - Traditional Non-Clinical - Physical Education Business Administration/ - Painting and Finishing Dental Assisting - Psychology Logistics Management - Structural Damage Dental Hygiene - Social Work Computer Information Technology Automotive Systems Technology Interventional Cardiac - Sociology - Helpdesk Operations Biomedical Equipment Technology and Vascular Technology - Special Education Computer Programming Broadcasting & Production Technology - Cardiac Associate in General Education - JAVA Programming - Radio Production - Vascular Associate in Science - Visual Basic Programming Carpentry Magnetic Resonance Imaging Associate in Science/Pre-Major - Visual C# Programming - Advanced Placement - Biology and Biology Education - Framing Medical Sonography Database Management Computer Engineering Technology - Chemistry and Chemistry Education - MCITP-DBA Nuclear Medicine Technology - Engineering Digital Effects and Pharmacy Technology Financial Services - Mathematics Global Logistics Technology Animation Technology Practical Nursing - Mathematics Education - Geographic Information Systems - Gaming and Design Radiation Therapy Technology Basic Law Enforcement Training Healthcare Management Technology Electrical/Electronics Technology - Advanced Placement Biotechnology Information Systems Security Electronics Engineering Technology Radiography Criminal Justice Technology - Cyber Crime Graphic Arts & Imaging Technology Respiratory Therapy Criminal Justice Technology/ Medical Assisting Heavy Equipment Therapeutic Massage Latent Evidence Medical Office Administration and Transport Technology - Massage Practitioner I Early Childhood Education - Advanced Medical Office Coding Horticulture Technology - Massage Practitioner II - Administration - Medical Receptionist - Early Childhood - Greenhouse & Nursery Operations - Outpatient Billing Forsyth Tech offers more than - Early Intervention - Landscape Maintenance Medical Transcription 190 programs of study that - Infant and Toddler Industrial Systems Technology Networking Technology include degree, diploma and Emergency Medical Science - Cisco Networking Associate - Machine Operator certificate pathways to success. - Bridging Program - Linux RHCE Interior Design To learn more about a program - EMS Fast Track - Linux RHCT Landscape Gardening and see a detailed course listing Emergency Preparedness Technology - MCSA Machining Technology for the next semester, visit www. Environmental Science Technology - MCSE - CNC ForsythTech.edu and click the Fire Protection Technology - Networking Security Mechanical Engineering Technology Credit Courses & Programs link. General Occupational Technology Office Administration - CAD Human Services Technology - Application Specialist Plumbing - Domestic Violence Intervention - Front Office - Social Services Race Car Technology Paralegal Technology Recreational Vehicle - Substance Abuse - Business Practice Human Services Technology/ Maintenance and - Family Law Gerontology - Litigation Repair Technology - Social Gerontology - Personal Injury Sustainability Lateral Entry - Real Property Technologies Nanotechnology - Wills and Estate Administration - Alternative Energy - Clinical Trials Research Project Management Technology Viticulture & Enology School Age Education - Information Systems Technology - Before and After School Age Care Real Estate Welding Technology -Special Education Real Estate Appraisal Web Technologies 2 Forsyth Tech Credit Programs: To help you find your pathway to success, here is a listing of Forsyth Tech’s degree, diploma and certificate programs. You can learn a little about what each career involves, the kind of job you can qualify for and what to expect as a starting salary. To see the detailed course listing for next semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the Credit Courses & Programs link. Credentials Key: AA: Associate in Arts, AS: Associate in Science, AAS: Associate in Applied Science, D: Diploma, C: Certificate Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Accounting AAS, D Using the “language of business,” Graduates will qualify for entry-level accounting Degree $25,000 - $30,000/yr. accountants assemble and analyze, process positions in many types of organizations, including Diploma $18,000 - $25,000/yr. Alice Sineath, 336.734.7330 and communicate essential information accounting firms, small businesses, manufacturing firms, email@example.com about financial operations. banks, hospitals, school systems and government agencies. Air Conditioning, Heating D, C Repair or replace defective equipment, Technicians often specialize in either installation or $27,000 - $29,000/yr. and Refrigeration components or wiring in residences or maintenance and repair, although they are trained to do Technology commercial establishments. Skilled both. They also may specialize in doing heating, air con- mechanics are also needed to repair ice- ditioning or refrigeration work. Some specialize in one makers or walk-in coolers in the food type of equipment – for example, hydronics (water-based service or supermarket industries. heating systems), solar panels or commercial refrigera- Dwight Cornelison, 336.734.7285 tion. Advancement may take the form of higher wages or firstname.lastname@example.org into positions such as supervisor or service manager. Architectural Technology AAS, C The architectural technology program Careers include architectural or engineering technician, $18,000 - $30,000/yr. trains individuals for employment in construction supervision and management, building architecture, construction and CAD-related materials sales, residential designer, building inspector, William M. Marion, 336.734.7278 industries. Graduates may choose to pursue zoning officer and real estate development. email@example.com an advanced degree. Associate Degree Nursing AAS Nurses provide essential care to individuals, Opportunities for employment include hospitals, $43,000 - $52,000/yr. groups of individuals and families in a long-term care facilities, physicians’ offices, clinics, oc- variety of settings. Upon completion of the cupational health and community agencies. program, graduates are eligible to apply for the State National Council Licensure Linda Latham, 336.734.7582 Examination (NCLEX) to become a firstname.lastname@example.org registered nurse. Associate in Arts AA This program is designed to offer students Designed for transfer, not immediate employment. Not applicable an opportunity to take the first two years of Two-year preparation for the following four-year degrees: a four-year college or university program in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Education the humanities, fine arts or social sciences. (Elementary, Middle, Special), English, History, Nursing, Student Success Center 336.734.7156 Physical Education, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology. Associate in Science AS This program is designed to offer students Designed for transfer, not immediate employment. Not applicable an opportunity to take the first two years of Two-year preparation for the following four-year degrees: a four-year college or university program in Biology and Biology Education, Chemistry and Student Success Center mathematics or the physical or life sciences. Chemistry Education, Engineering, Mathematics, 336.734.7156 Mathematics Education. 3 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Autobody Repair D, C Graduates will be involved with construction Students will be prepared for an entry-level position in $28,000 - $40,000/yr. of the automobile body, and techniques of au- the autobody repair and refinishing industry at dealer- Mark D. Walker, 336.734.7610 tobody repairing, rebuilding and refinishing. ships, parts counters, auto paint shops, and custom email@example.com and refurbishing shops. Automotive Systems AAS, D Master-level technicians will be responsible Careers include service director/manager, garage owner, $25,000 - $35,000/yr. Technology for repairing brakes, electrical and electronic, service writer, parts sales, field/fleet service technician, major and minor engine repairs, automatic teacher, dealership owner/technician, military, high-tech and manual transmissions, engine perfor- motor sports, service advisor, manufacture trainer, shop David Allgood, 336.734.7279 mance, including drivability and tune-ups foreman, dealership team leader, manufacturer firstname.lastname@example.org and heating and air conditioning systems. representative, automotive engineer, technical writer. Basic Law Enforcement C Law enforcement officers require a high After successful completion of all units of study within this $28,000 - $32,000/yr. Training degree of cognitive and physical skills. The course, a student is able to be certified as a law enforcement BLET course is filled with practical exercises, officer in the state of North Carolina. intense physical training and an extensive W. Lorin Dingler, 336.734.7463 ethics section that is woven throughout the email@example.com training experience. Biomedical Equipment AAS Involves installing, operating, troubleshoot- Graduates will qualify for employment opportunities $25,000 - $35,000/yr. Technology ing, and repairing sophisticated devices and in hospitals, clinics, clinical laboratories, shared service NOTE: This program is offered through instrumentation used in the healthcare organizations and manufacturers’ field service. With an an agreement with Caldwell Community delivery system. AAS degree and two years experience, an individual should College and Technical Institute. be able to become a certified Biomedical Equipment Tom Roth, 336.734.7333 Technician. firstname.lastname@example.org Biotechnology AAS The biotechnology program is designed Graduates will find employment in areas of industry $25,000 - $31,000/yr. to meet the increasing demands of skilled and government, including research and development, Alan Beard, 336.734.7494 laboratory technicians in various fields of manufacturing, sales and customer service. email@example.com biological and chemical technology. Broadcasting & AAS, D Students develop professional skills in radio, Upon successful completion, students are prepared to enter $35,000 - $45,000/yr. Production Technology television, audio, video, and related applica- broadcasting, production, and related industries in a variety tions. Training will emphasize speech, script of occupations. Herb Burns, 336.734.7342 writing, production planning, editing, and firstname.lastname@example.org post-production. Business Administration AAS, C Graduates will be provided with a funda- Graduates are prepared for employment opportunities in $22,000 - $30,000/yr. mental knowledge of business functions and government agencies, financial institutions and large to Deana Ray, 336.734.7167 processes, and an understanding of business small businesses or industries. email@example.com organizations in today’s global economy. Business Administration / AAS Provides the training and education needed Virtually any company involved with the import or export $35,000/yr. Import Export Compliance to move into an entry-level position dealing of goods would have a need for personnel with this degree. with the management of foreign goods This could include manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers being shipped to or from the United States. and logistics companies, among others. Topics covered include logistics, legalities, Bernie Yevin, 336.734.7224 documentation, tracking, financing, and firstname.lastname@example.org banking relations. Business Administration/ AAS, C Those involved with international business Graduates will qualify for a variety of positions in import/ Degree International Business will acquire a fundamental knowledge of export departments, freight forwarder companies, custom $25,000 - $30,000/yr. international economics, law and business house brokerage firms, international banking, state and Certificate Alice Sineath, 336.734.7330 practices. federal government organizations, global organizations or $15,000 - $25,000/yr. email@example.com other internationally active businesses. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 4 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Business Administration/ AAS This field concerns the international and Graduates will qualify for employment in logistics-related $25,000 - $30,000/yr. Logistics Management domestic movement of goods from the raw jobs such as material handling foreman, transportation materials through production and ultimately supervisor, traffic manager, warehouse manager and to the consumer. Expertise in transportation, inventory control manager. warehousing, inventory control, material Rick Yokeley, 336.734.7915 handling, computerization, and federal trans- firstname.lastname@example.org portation and OSHA regulations is required. Cardiovascular AAS, D, C Use high-frequency sound waves to image the Graduates will find employment in hospitals, physicians’ $44,000 - $58,000/yr. Sonography heart and vascular system in the human body. offices, mobile services and educational institutions. Develop the knowledge and skills necessary to acquire, process, and evaluate the human heart and vascular structures. Requires effective communication and patient care skills com- Wendy Barnhardt, 336.734.7157 bined with a knowledge of physics, email@example.com human anatomy, physiology and pathology. Carpentry D, C Carpenters work with wood, building structures, Carpenters are employed by home construction, roofing $25,000 - $33,000/yr. installing fixtures, making repairs and doing and home renovation and maintenance companies, and tasks that are often detailed and complex. They by lumber companies and home-supply stores. Many are self- use a wide variety of hand and power tools, employed, though it is a profession that normally requires requiring a great deal of focus and a commit- a long period of on-the-job training to be considered fully Justin Draughn, 336.734.7281 ment to safety. There is a shortage of qualified qualified. firstname.lastname@example.org carpenters at both state and national levels. Computed Tomography D, C Individuals entering this curriculum must Primary employers will be hospitals, medical centers, $45,000 - $50,000/yr. & Magnetic Resonance be registered or registry-eligible radiologic cancer centers, physicians’ offices and freestanding image Imaging Technology technologists by the ARRT. These individuals centers. Advancement opportunities include administration, use specialized equipment to visualize cross- research, equipment application specialists, equipment sectional anatomical structures and aid physi- sales and education. cians in the demonstration of pathologies and disease processes. Must provide patient care and perform studies utilizing imaging equipment, professional communication, and quality assur- Cindy Smith, 336.734.7560 ance in scheduled and emergency procedures email@example.com through academic and clinical studies. Computer Engineering AAS Install, service and maintain computers, Graduates will qualify for employment opportunities in $22,000 - $35,000/yr. Technology peripherals, networks, and microprocessor electronics technology, computer service, computer networks, and computer-controlled equipment. Requires server maintenance, programming, and other areas knowledge of both hardware, software and requiring a knowledge of electronic and computer systems. Dale Bujan, 336.757.3262 operating systems. Graduates may also qualify for certification in electronics, firstname.lastname@example.org computers or networks. Computer Information AAS, D, C Computer information technology specialists Careers include computer operator, systems analyst, helpdesk $25,000 - $33,000/yr. Technology provide technical advice, assistance and support technician, helpdesk analyst, computer support specialist, Gerry Kearns, 336.734.7547 to computer users. technical support specialist, systems administrator. email@example.com Computer Programming AAS, D, C Computer programming involves the planning, Careers include computer programmer, computer developer, $35,000 - $55,000/yr. Linda Cohen, 336.734.7501 writing, testing and maintenance of instructions programmer/analyst, programmer/engineer, systems analyst. firstname.lastname@example.org that cause a computer to perform tasks. Criminal Justice AAS, C Careers for graduates include local, state and After successful completion of this course, a student can apply $28,000 - $32,000/yr. Technology federal law enforcement, the judicial system with local, state and some federal agencies. Theresa Hicks, 336.757.3059 and the corrections system. email@example.com Criminal Justice AAS Crime scene investigation involves responding Careers include evidence technicians, crime scene $27,000 - $30,000/yr. Technology/Latent Evidence to crime scenes and searching, documenting, investigators at the local level, and at the state and federal collecting and packaging any and all evidence levels with further education. Stormy Shumate, 336.757.3065 found there, report writing and testifying in firstname.lastname@example.org court. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 5 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Database Management AAS, C Today’s technology-driven society produces Careers include database administrator and database $37,000 - $45,000/yr. large amounts of data through commercial, technician. educational and social interactions. Database administrators work with database management Jim Pierson, 336.734.7170 systems software to organize, manipulate, define email@example.com and store data. Dental Assisting D Assist the dentist in the delivery of dental Careers include dental office administration, dental assistant $26,000 - $28,000/yr. treatment and function as an integral member in one of several dental specialties, dental laboratory techni- Jerry Arehart, 336.734.7447 of the dental team while performing chairside cian. Careers in public health and professional education are firstname.lastname@example.org and related office and laboratory procedures. also a possibility. Dental Hygiene AAS This program provides individuals with Graduates will find employment in dental offices, clinics, $47,000 - $49,000/yr. the knowledge and skills to access, plan, schools, public health agencies, industry and professional Dr. Jannette Whisenhunt, 336.734.7414 implement and evaluate dental hygiene care education. email@example.com for the individual and the community. Digital Effects AAS, C Animators draw by hand, develop storyboards, Graduates will be employed by motion picture and television $30,000 - $50,000/yr. and Animation build 3-D computer-generated models, and create studios, film makers, video makers, advertising firms pro- digital content for moving images and special ef- ducing commercials, printing and publishing companies, fects. Animators are proficient at using hardware/ art design studios, manufacturers of electronic games, web software to generate and manipulate images for design firms, design firms, commercial art and reproduction Herb Burns, 336.734.7342 feature films, television commercials, cartoons, firms, and multimedia employers. firstname.lastname@example.org short features, computer games and videos. Early Childhood AAS, D, C Prepares individuals to work with children Students entering this program will have the opportunity to $17,000 - $22,000/yr. Education from infancy through middle childhood in specialize in areas unique to their particular interests through Gwen Walter, 336.734.7967 diverse learning environments. the certificate programs available in Literacy, Early Childhood, email@example.com Infant and Toddlers, and Child Care Administration. Electrical/Electronics D, C Install and maintain electrical/electronic Graduates will qualify for a variety of jobs in the electrical/ $22,000 - $35,000/yr. Technology systems found in residential, commercial electronics field as an on-the-job trainee or apprentice assist- Dave Ray, 336.734.7312 and industrial facilities. ing in the layout, installation and maintenance of electrical/ firstname.lastname@example.org electronic systems. Electronics Engineering AAS, C Design, build, install, test, troubleshoot, repair, Graduates will qualify for employment as engineering $26,000 - $39,000/yr. Technology and modify developmental and production assistants or electronic technicians with job titles such electronic components, equipment and systems as electronics engineering technician, field service such as industrial/computer controls, technician, maintenance technician, electronic tester, Tom Roth, 336.734.7333 manufacturing systems, communication electronic systems integrator, bench technician and email@example.com systems and power electronic systems. production control technician. Emergency Medical AAS, D Graduates enter the workforce as paramedics. Emergency medical opportunities are available in $29,000 - $45,000/yr. Science The job requires basic and advanced life support ambulance services, fire and rescue agencies, air medical knowledge and skills. Students progressing services, specialty areas of hospitals, industry, educational Page Chandler, 336.757.3064 through the program may be eligible to apply institutions and government agencies. firstname.lastname@example.org for both state and national certification exams. Emergency Preparedness AAS Various emergency service careers are available Employment opportunities include fire/rescue departments, $28,000 - $32,000/yr. Technology in the public, private and voluntary sectors. law enforcement agencies, emergency medical services, fire These professionals must understand and marshal offices, industrial firms, educational institutions, implement the emergency management emergency management offices and other government Chris Langham, 336.757.3266 principles of mitigation, preparedness, response agencies. Employed persons should have opportunities for email@example.com and recovery during times of crisis. skilled and managerial/supervisory-level positions. Environmental Science AAS Focuses on a biological and chemical Prepares individuals for employment in environmental $28,000 - $45,000/yr. Technology evaluation of man’s impact on his environment. testing/consulting and related industries. Job opportunities Course work includes biology, chemistry, include: Chemical Analysis, Biological Analysis, Water/ Frank Carver, 336.757.3340 industrial safety, and an array of detailed Wastewater Treatment, EPA Compliance Inspection, firstname.lastname@example.org environmentally specific classes. Hazardous Material Handling. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 6 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Financial Services AAS Careers in the financial services sector require Graduates will find employment with banks, savings $25,000 - $40,000/yr. some knowledge of accounting, business ethics, and loans, credit unions, insurance companies, business law, computer applications, customer brokerage firms, pension benefit companies, realty service, financial planning, insurance, firms and mortgage companies. Doug Martin, 336.734.7358 marketing, personal finance, real estate, email@example.com selling and personal tax. Fire Protection Technology AAS Graduates are provided with the technical Graduates will qualify for employment or advancement $24,500 - $28,000/yr. and professional knowledge to make decisions in government agencies, industrial firms, insurance rating regarding fire protection for both public and organizations, educational organizations and municipal private sectors. Knowledge of hydraulics, fire departments. Employed persons should have hazardous materials, arson investigation, fire opportunities for skilled and supervisory-level positions Chris Langham, 336.737.3266 protection safety, fire suppression management, within their current organizations. firstname.lastname@example.org law and codes will be required. General Occupational AAS, D The General Occupational Technology curricu- Graduates will become more effective workers, be Not applicable Technology lum provides individuals with an opportunity to better qualified for advancements within their fields upgrade their skills and to earn an associate of employment, and become qualified for a wide range of degree. The curriculum content will be individu- entry-level employment opportunities. alized for students according to their occupa- tional interests and needs. A program of study Student Success Center for each student will be selected from associate 336.734.7156 degree-level courses offered by the college. Global Logistics AAS, D, C Global logistics professionals deal Graduates will qualify for positions in a wide range $25,000 - $30,000/yr. Technology with distribution, transportation and of government agencies, manufacturing and service manufacturing organizations to solve organizations. Employment opportunities include different levels of logistics-related problems. entry-level purchasing, material management, warehous- ing, inventory, transportation coordinators and logistics Rick Yokeley, 336.734.7915 analysts. Upon completion, graduates may be eligible email@example.com for certification credentials through APICS and AST&L. Graphic Arts & Imaging AAS, D The graphic arts field includes printing, Graduates will find positions as electronic prepress special- $25,000 - $30,000/yr. Technology publishing, packaging and related industries. ists, computer graphic artists, plate makers, pressman, Professionals will be involved with computer assistant pressman, packaging specialists, bindery operators publishing, imaging technology, offset lithog- and screen printers. These positions may be in flexography, Garry Day, 336.734.7283 raphy, screen printing and emerging printing offset printing, screen printing and digital printing. firstname.lastname@example.org technologies. Healthcare Management AAS Professionals must understand management Graduates will find employment in healthcare settings $25,000 - $30,000/yr. Technology principles of the healthcare environment, includ- including hospitals, medical offices, clinics, long-term care ing planning, organizing, directing and control- facilities and insurance companies. Graduates are eligible ling tasks related to healthcare organizational to sit for various certification exams upon completion of the Jennifer Eldridge, 336.757.3267 objectives. Effective communication, managerial degree and with a combination of a minimum of two years email@example.com and supervisory skills will be required. administrative experience. Heavy Equipment and AAS, D, C These individuals service, troubleshoot, and Upon successful completion of this program, students $28,000 - $40,000/yr. Transport Technology repair medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. will be prepared for an entry-level position servicing and repairing heavy equipment, including, but not limited to, Joe Sechrest, 336.734.7286 road tractors and trailers, earth-moving equipment, farm firstname.lastname@example.org equipment and other diesel-powered equipment. Horticulture Technology AAS, C Horticulture involves the use of plants in resi- Careers include sales associate in garden centers and $21,000 - $30,000/yr. dential and commercial situations. Horticulture nurseries, worker/supervisor in landscape installation and professionals deal with all aspects of the growth, management companies, worker/supervisor in greenhouses Lisa Swartout, 336.757.3265 distribution, sale, installation and maintenance and nurseries, landscape designer, worker/supervisor in email@example.com of ornamental plants. public parks and gardens. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 7 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Human Services AAS, D, C Human services workers help social workers, health- Human services opportunities are available as assistants $18,000 - $25,000/yr. Technology care workers, and other professionals to provide to professional workers, intake interviewers and human services to people. Human services is a generic term service technicians. Graduates often work in a variety for workers with a wide array of job titles, including of organizations, including social service agencies, case management aide, social work assistant, nonprofit organizations, group and day treatment community support worker, mental health aide, programs or any other agency in which there is a need community outreach worker, life skills counselor for individuals to interact with clientele. or gerontology aide. They usually work under the direction of others from a variety of fields, such as Jamie Edwards, 336.734.7959 nursing, psychiatry, psychology, rehabilitative or firstname.lastname@example.org physical therapy or social work. Human Services AAS, D, C Graduates work with older adults and their families. Graduates will qualify for employment in nursing $26,000 - $32,000/yr. Technology/Gerontology They must understand issues of aging, including and rest homes, specialized adult care services, respite the physical, psychological and social aspects of the services, and other programs servicing older adults and aging process, as well as health, wellness, nutrition, their families. Graduates choosing to continue their Jamie Edwards, 336.734.7959 diet, exercise and well-being. education may select a variety of programs at senior email@example.com level institutions. Industrial Systems AAS, D, C These individuals service, maintain, repair Maintenance technicians are employed by small and $25,000 - $35,000/yr. Technology and install equipment. Required skills include large manufacturers to maintain manufacturing equip- inspecting, testing, troubleshooting and ment, conveyors and plant infrastructure. Robin Petree, 336.734.7406 diagnosing industrial systems. firstname.lastname@example.org Information Systems AAS, C Information security involves setting up, Careers include network security technician/ $32,000 - $50,000/yr. Security managing and maintaining controls in a business administrator/analyst/engineer, infosec administrator/ environment. Security professionals work with engineer/architect, firewall technician, incident various operating systems, access control methods response technician/analyst, disaster recovery and monitoring systems to implement company technician/analyst, intrusion detection analyst, policies, ensure compliance with applicable laws penetration analyst (vulnerability analyst). Shawn Toderick, 336.757.3279 such as HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley, and reduce the email@example.com likelihood of data theft. Interior Design AAS Interior designers must be skilled in residential Graduates will qualify for a variety of jobs, including $27,000 - $46,000/yr. and nonresidential interior design architectural residential and commercial interior design, set design, drafting, computer-aided design and universal showroom design, and sales positions for furniture, design. They must have a knowledge of basic textiles and accessories, and all businesses dealing Gisele Taylor-Wells, 336.757.3200 design, the history of interiors and furnishings, with interiors. firstname.lastname@example.org color theory and other aspects of design. Interventional Cardiac AAS, D, C The interventional specialist will provide excellent Major employers are hospitals with a small percentage $40,000 - $52,000/yr. and Vascular Technology and efficient patient care throughout diagnostic and of employment in mobile units and outpatient facilities. with increased pay for (ICVT) surgical interventional radiologic imaging proce- Employers will require staff to take on-call hours on a “on-call” hours dures by performing various roles, including, but rotational basis after an initial orientation to the facility. Marti K. Feathers-Magee, 336.734.7189 not limited to, physiologic monitoring, patient care On-call hours vary from facility to facility. email@example.com advocate, room circulator and/or scrub assistant. Landscape Gardening AAS Graduates will be prepared for employment in the Job opportunities include specialist/supervisor in public $21,000 - $30,000/yr. field of applied horticulture. The primary emphasis parks and gardens, estate gardener, specialist/supervisor of the program is on institutional gardening, which in historic gardens, public or private garden designer, includes public parks, public gardens, historic prop- specialist/supervisor in landscape installation and erties and private estates. A secondary emphasis is on management companies. Lisa Swartout, 336.757.3265 residential and commercial landscape installation firstname.lastname@example.org and maintenance. Machining Technology D, C Machinists are considered skilled workers who are $24,000 - $32,000/yr. capable of operating all standard machine tools Employment opportunities for machining technicians found in a machine shop. They must be able to exist in manufacturing industries, public institutions read technical drawings and use the latest precision and governmental agencies and in a wide range measuring instruments. A CNC Machinist would be of specialty jobs. A person can choose from a wide required to see that CNC machine tools are properly variety of career paths, depending on his or her Leonard Kiser, 336.734.7313 set up and used in order to achieve maximum interests and abilities. email@example.com quality through mass production of parts produced. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 8 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Magnetic Resonance AAS, D Perform quality MRI exams in hospitals, im- Major employment opportunities include hospitals, $50,000/yr. Imaging (MRI) aging centers or other areas upon completion. imaging centers and mobile MRI companies. Debbie Taylor, 336.734.7178 firstname.lastname@example.org Mechanical Engineering AAS, C Mechanical engineering technicians assist in Graduates of the curriculum will find employment $33,000 - $45,000/yr. Technology design, development, testing, process design opportunities in the manufacturing or service sectors of and improvement, and troubleshooting and engineering technology. Engineering technicians may repair of engineered systems. They require obtain professional certification by application to knowledge of engineering graphics, organizations such as ASQC, SME and NICET. engineering fundamentals, materials and manufacturing processes, mathematics and physics, and should be capable of critical Todd Bishop, 336.734.7274 thinking, planning and problem solving, and email@example.com oral and written communications. Medical Assisting AAS The medical assisting professionals perform Employment opportunities include physicians’ offices, $19,000 - $24,000/yr. administrative, clinical and laboratory health maintenance organizations, health departments procedures. Their duties include scheduling and hospitals. Graduates of CAAHEP-accredited medical appointments, coding and processing assisting programs may be eligible to sit for the American insurance accounts, billing, collections, Association of Medical Assistants’ Certification Examination medical transcription, computer operations, to become Certified Medical Assistants. assisting with examinations/treatments, performing routine laboratory procedures, electrocardiography, supervised medication Laura Durham, 336.734.7362 administration and dealing with ethical/legal firstname.lastname@example.org issues associated with patient care. Medical Office AAS, D, C These individuals perform administrative Employment opportunities are available in medical $18,000 - $21,000/yr. Administration and support functions in medical and dental offices, hospitals, insurance companies, environments. They require knowledge of laboratories, medical supply companies and other medical terminology, information systems, healthcare-related organizations. office management, legal and ethical issues, Cindy Nivens, 336.757.3258 formatting and word processing, and medical email@example.com coding, billing and insurance. Medical Sonography AAS These professionals use high-frequency sound Graduates will find employment in hospitals, physicians’ $44,000 - $58,000/yr. waves to image internal structures in the offices, mobile services and educational institutions. Wendy Barnhardt, 336.734.7157 human body, including abdominal organs, firstname.lastname@example.org pelvic organs and the vascular system. Medical Transcription D Medical language specialists interpret and Graduates will qualify for employment in hospitals, medical $25,000 - $31,200/yr. transcribe dictation by physicians and other clinics, doctors’ offices, private transcription businesses, healthcare professionals in order to document research facilities, insurance companies and publishing patient care and facilitate delivery of healthcare companies. Recent graduates of a medical transcription services. They require extensive knowledge of program are eligible to take the Registered Medical medical terminology, pharmacology, human Transcriptionist (RMT) exam through the Association for Elizabeth Sprinkle, 336.734.7172 diseases, diagnostic studies, surgical procedures Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), formerly the email@example.com and laboratory procedures. American Association of Medical Transcriptionists (AAMT). Nanotechnology AAS, D, C The nanotechnology program prepares Students will be prepared for entry-level positions in $28,000 - $48,000/yr. students to characterize and fabricate materials engineering, manufacturing and/or medical research Kevin Conley, 336.734.7389 for biological, textile, chemical and electrical development. firstname.lastname@example.org applications at the atomic level. Networking Technology AAS, D, C Networking professionals design, install Careers include network administrators, systems $43,000 - $51,000/yr. and support local and wide area computer administrators, local area network managers, network networks. They work in a variety of operators, network analysts, network technicians or environments, including both the public any other position in which there is a need for individuals Carol Parker, 336.734.7387 and private sectors, small businesses, to interact with clientele. email@example.com large industries and governments. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 9 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Nuclear Medicine Technology AAS Nuclear medicine technologists utilize Career positions are available for nuclear medicine $41,500 - $48,500/yr. injectable radioactive materials to perform technologists in most hospitals, outpatient imaging Don Harkness, 336.734.7187 firstname.lastname@example.org diagnostic imaging procedures. centers and cardiology practices. Office Administration AAS, D, C Graduates provide administrative support Jobs are available in virtually any industry or business field – $27,000 - $32,000/yr. services in a wide variety of fields, often using from Fortune 500 companies to cruise ships; from word processing, spreadsheet, database, Web, manufacturing facilities to malls; from boutiques to chain desktop publishing and presentation software stores. Some of the titles you may see are Administrative to create letters, memos, slide shows, Web pages, Assistant, Office Assistant, Staff Assistant, Human Resources budgets and reports. They may also plan and Assistant, Accounting Assistant, etc. Marcia Polanis, 336.734.7407 schedule meetings and appointments, make email@example.com travel arrangements and create itineraries. Paralegal Technology AAS, D, C Paralegals assist attorneys in probate work, Paralegal opportunities are available in law firms, $27,000 - $32,000/yr. investigations, public records searches, drafting government agencies, the court systems and private and filing legal documents, research and office businesses. management. A paralegal/legal assistant may Warren C. Hodges, 336.734.7276 not practice law, give legal advice or represent firstname.lastname@example.org clients in a court of law. Pharmacy Technology AAS, D Assist the pharmacist in such duties as: maintain Graduates will be employed in hospitals, nursing homes, $26,000/yr. patients’ records; fill prescriptions; maintain private and chain drug stores, research laboratories, wholesale inventories; set up, package and label medica- drug companies and pharmaceutical manufacturing facili- tion doses; prepare solutions and intravenous ties. Graduates will qualify to take the National Certifica- additives, and perform clerical duties, including tion Examination developed by the Pharmacy Technician Sarah Clement, 336.757.3319 insurance forms and forms required by third- Certification Board. email@example.com party payers. Plumbing D, C Plumbers work with cast iron, copper, plastics Plumbers are employed by plumbing contractors, parts supply $20,000 - $28,000/yr. and other materials in the process of installing, houses, inspection divisions and maintenance companies. removing or modifying a plumbing system. A Many are self-employed, though it is a profession that plumber is responsible for sanitation and public normally requires a long period of on-the-job training to be Matthew Beverly, 336.734.7231 health related to the plumbing systems of a considered fully qualified. firstname.lastname@example.org building. Practical Nursing D Graduates will acquire the knowledge and Employment opportunities include hospitals, rehabilitation $28,000 - $42,000/yr. skills to provide nursing care to children and centers, long-term care facilities, home health facilities, clinics adults. Graduates are eligible to apply to take and physicians’ offices. the National Council Licensure Examination Sharon Moore, 336.734.7569 (NCLEX-PN) required for practice as a Licensed email@example.com Practical Nurse. Project Management AAS , C The curriculum prepares students in the area of Graduates will qualify for employment in a multitude of $40,000/yr. Alice Sineath, 336.734.7330 management and provides valuable skills in all industries, including business, information technology, firstname.lastname@example.org lines of work. construction, financial services, engineering and healthcare. Race Car Technology AAS An engine technician performs machining Employment opportunities include racing teams, fabrication $30,000 - $50,000/yr. processes, assembles the engine and tests perfor- shops, engine shops, sports marketing, major race equipment mance. A fabricator constructs a race car chassis suppliers, manufacturer’s technical specialist. Self- and body, and smaller components such as con- employment and working on a contract basis are options. trol arms, oil tanks, crush panels and mounts. Could also include transmission and rear gear Randy Butner, 336.757.3247 specialist as well as engine tuner or over-the-wall email@example.com pit crew member. Radiation Therapy Technology AAS A radiation therapist is responsible for the treat- Positions are available at hospital cancer centers and $49,000 - $52,000/yr. Chris Gibson, 336.734.7184 ment of cancer patients through the use outpatient cancer centers. firstname.lastname@example.org of radiation. Radiography AAS Radiographers are skilled healthcare Career positions are available for radiographers in all aspects of $45,000/yr. professionals who use radiation to produce today’s healthcare system, including comprehensive care medi- Nancy Andrews-Hall, 336.734.7433 diagnostic images of the human body. cal centers, hospitals, outpatient clinics, mobile x-ray compa- email@example.com nies, urgent care centers, physicians’ offices and industry. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 10 Area of Study Credential(s) Description Careers Entry-Level Salary Real Estate D, C The real estate curriculum provides the Graduates will qualify for the North Carolina Real Estate $25,000 - $32,000/yr. pre-licensing education required by the North Broker’s license examination. They should be able to provide Warren C. Hodges, 336.734.7276 Carolina Real Estate Commission and prepares real estate services to consumers in a competent manner. firstname.lastname@example.org individuals to enter the real estate profession. Real Estate Appraisal AAS The real estate appraisal curriculum is designed Appraisal graduates will be prepared to complete the North $25,000 - $32,000/yr. to prepare individuals to enter the appraisal Carolina Registered Trainee Examinations and advance to Warren C. Hodges, 336.734.7276 profession as a registered trainee and advance licensure or certification levels as requirements are met. email@example.com to the licensed or certified appraiser levels. Recreation Vehicle C Recreation vehicle maintenance technicians Upon successful completion of this program, students $25,000 - $40,000/yr. Maintenance & Repair Technology work on the electrical, air conditioning, water, will be prepared for an entry-level position servicing and Joe Sechrest, 336.734.7286 heating, mechanical, and LP gas systems and repairing recreational vehicles for recreation vehicle dealers firstname.lastname@example.org appliances on all types of recreational vehicles. and independent service contractors. Respiratory Therapy AAS These professionals perform diagnostic testing, Career positions are available for respiratory therapists in $41,000 - $74,000/yr. advanced patient assessment and management all aspects of today’s healthcare system, including hospitals, of patients across their life span who have heart outpatient clinics, long-term care facilities, sleep disorder Perry Sheppard, 336.734.7427 and lung diseases or disorders. centers, critical care transport teams, physicians’ offices and email@example.com industrial/product sales companies. School Age Education AAS, D, C School age education professionals are com- School age education opportunities are available in a $16,000 - $27,000/yr. monly known as instructional assistants or variety of settings. Career opportunities include public and paraprofessionals who work with children in private school programs, Head Start programs, childcare elementary through middle grades in diverse programs, resource and referral agencies, religious and learning environments. Graduates are equipped community centers, recreation departments, and before- to foster cognitive/language, physical/motor, and after-school programs. social/emotional and creative development. Phygenia Young, 336.734.7965 They reinforce and lead student learning while firstname.lastname@example.org under the supervision of a qualified teacher. Sustainability AAS, C Coursework may include alternative energy, Graduates should qualify for positions within the $38,000 - $48,000/yr. Technologies environmental engineering technology, alternative energy, construction, environmental, and/or sustainable manufacturing, and green building manufacturing industries where they may function technology. Additional topics may include as manufacturing technicians, sustainability consultants, sustainability, energy management, waste environmental technicians, or green building supervisors. Herb Burns, 336.734.7342 reduction, renewable energy, site assessment, email@example.com and environmental responsibility. Therapeutic Massage AAS, D, C Graduates work in client care settings to provide Employment opportunities will be found in hospitals, $15,000 - $33,000/yr. manipulation, methodical pressure, friction rehabilitation centers, home health, health and sports and kneading of the body for maintaining clubs, and private practice. Graduates may be eligible to Kim Moore, 336.734.7916 wellness or treating alterations in wellness. take the National Certification for Therapeutic Massage firstname.lastname@example.org and Body Work. Viticulture & AAS This curriculum prepares individuals for Graduates will qualify for employment opportunities in $18,000 - $28,000/yr. Enology Technology various careers in the grape-growing and vineyards, wineries, garden centers, greenhouses, related NOTE: This program is offered winemaking industry. These professionals sales areas and government agencies. Graduates should through an agreement with must have knowledge of plant science, also be prepared to take the North Carolina Pesticide Surry Community College. vineyard stock selection and propagation, Applicators Examination and the North Carolina Certified soils, vine nutrition and pest management, Plant Professional Examination. Leonard Kiser, 336.734.7313 as well as the planning, layout, economics and email@example.com management of vineyards. Web Technologies AAS, C Web development involves the design, creation, Careers include web developer, web designer, web $32,000 - $45,000/yr. Jim Pierson, 336.734.7170 and maintenance of websites and web services. administrator. firstname.lastname@example.org Welding Technology D, C Must have a sound understanding of science, Graduates of the welding technology curriculum will $25,000 - $30,000/yr. technology and applications essential in the be employed as entry-level technicians in welding and ($60,000 - $100,000/yr. welding and metal industry. Courses in math, metalworking industries. Career opportunities exist in in the oil fields) blueprint reading, metallurgy, welding inspec- construction, manufacturing, fabrication, sales, quality Rodney Smith, 336.734.7527 tion, and destructive and nondestructive testing control, supervision and welding-related self-employment. email@example.com provide the student with industry-standard skills. To see the detailed course listing for the upcoming semester, visit www.ForsythTech.edu and click the “Credit Courses & Programs” link. 11 Adult Education & Assessments A better education leads to a better job. If you left high school early, a GED or Adult High School diploma can be your first step toward success. A Career Readiness Certificate is an assessment tool that allows you to show potential employers you have the skills they require. And our Employability Labs can help you develop the job search skills you need to find a better job. GED/Adult High School The General Educational Development (GED) program allows you to earn a high school equivalency diploma from the State Board of the North Carolina Community College System by taking five tests – Language Arts Writing, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts Reading and Mathematics. The cost to students to take the GED is $7.50. For more information, call 336.734.7761 (in Stokes County call 336.593.2484) or visit www.forsythtech.edu/ged. Adult High School (AHS) is a program that lets you take courses online, allowing you to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule. If you left school early and now want to finish, Adult High School is an excellent way to earn your high school diploma and enhance your employment opportunities. There is no cost for Adult High School courses. For more information, call 336.734.7756 or visit www.forsythtech.edu/ahs. Career Readiness Certificate Employers need to know that a prospective employee has the skills and abilities needed to do the job. The best way to do this, beyond a high school diploma or GED, is with a Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) from Forsyth Tech. The Career Readiness Certificate is a test-based credential that tells employers that you have workplace-ready skills in three key areas. The CRC is a nationally recognized, EEOC-compliant, industry-driven system of job profiling and assessment based on the WorkKeys™ testing program. There are no classes to attend, no books to buy and no homework to do. You simply take three tests – Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information and Locating Information. CRC testing is conducted at Forsyth Tech’s West Campus at 1300 Bolton Street in Winston-Salem. The cost of the CRC testing is $30. For more information, call 336.734.7772. Employment Skills Labs An important part of finding a job is knowing how to find a job. Forsyth Tech offers weekly Human Resource Development Employment Skills Labs that can help you with: > Job Search Methods > Resume Writing > Interview Skills > Basic Computer Skills > Reading and Math > Career Exploration There is no charge for these services if you are unemployed or working and earning less than double the current poverty guide- lines (e.g., earning less than $20,420 for an individual or $41,300 for a family of four). Labs are held Monday through Thursday and offer continuous open entry, meaning you can sign up at any time. For locations, dates, times and registration information, call 336.761.1002 or visit www.forsythtech.edu/employment-skills. 12 Jobs Training If you’re not ready to enter a credit program and pursue a degree, consider one of our many JobsNOW programs. They can give you the skills and training you need to get Where Are The New Jobs Coming From? your foot in the door. JobsNOW: Skills Training Check Out Our Lists Of The Fastest-Growing Jobs In This Area! If you’re unemployed or underemployed and need training to find a job with a future, JobsNOW can help you get the The Employment Security Commission of North Carolina projects the following occupations to be among the fastest growing in the Northwest skills you need. JobsNOW courses provide entry-level train- Piedmont region of our state (Forsyth, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, Da- ing in just six months and are available in these areas: vie and Yadkin counties) through 2016. All are supported by associate degree or vocational training programs at Forsyth Tech. Administrative Assistant Certification Advanced Manufacturing Certification Fastest-Growing Occupations Requiring An Associate Degree Median Wage Auto Body Repair Electrical Lineman Registered Nurses $54,123/yr. Electrician Helper Computer Support Specialists $41,228/yr. HVAC Service Technician Level I Paralegals & Legal Assistants $35,515/yr. Introduction to Carpentry Medical Records & Health Information Technicians $26,462/yr. Introduction to Culinary Arts Dental Hygienists $60,625/yr. Introduction to Masonry Medical Office I: Introduction to Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians $34,591/yr. Terminology and Coding Respiratory Therapists $47,437/yr. Medical Office II: Billing Physical Therapist Assistants $45,406/yr. Medical Unit Secretary Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technicians $50,246/yr. Nursing Assistant I Interior Designers $39,575/yr. Phlebotomy Pharmacy Assistant Fastest-Growing Occupations Plumbing Helper Requiring Vocational Training Median Wage Welding: ARC Basic Nursing Aides (CNA), Orderlies & Attendants $22,592/yr. Welding: MIG JobsNow Preschool Teachers, except Special Education $19,239/yr. For information on JobsNOW registration, call Automotive Service Technicians & Mechanics $33,758/yr. 336.761.1002 or visit www.forsythtech.edu/jobsnow. Licensed Practical & Vocational Nurses $37,781/yr. Real Estate Sales Agents $47,754/yr. Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics $28,434/yr. Welders, Cutters, Solderers & Brazers $32,401/yr. Bus & Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists $36,913/yr. Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers $34,907/yr. Computer, Automated Teller & Office Machine Repairers $36,335/yr. NOTE: Wages provided represent the median annual wage, which is the midpoint between the highest paid 50 percent and the lowest paid 50 percent of workers in that occupation. Source: Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, Labor Market Information Divi- sion. Used with permission. 13 Find Your Future Here Admissions Office Campus & Center Locations 336.734.7556 Main Campus Fourth Street Grady P. Swisher Center Financial Aid 2100 Silas Creek Parkway Small Business Center 1251 Dudley Products Drive 336.734.7235 Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Chamber Building Kernersville, NC Phone: 336.723.0371 601 West 4th Street Phone: 336.734.7903 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Winston-Salem, NC (mailing address for all locations) Phone: 336.631.1320 West Campus All Other Questions 1300 Bolton Street 336.723.0371 International Center Northwest Forsyth Center Winston-Salem, NC of Forsyth Tech 3111 Big Oaks Drive Phone: 336.761.1002 Forsyth County Public Library King, NC 660 West 5th Street Phone: 336.734.7050 Mazie S. Woodruff Center Winston-Salem, NC 4905 Lansing Drive Phone: 336.631.1325 Stokes County Center Winston-Salem, NC Se habla español. 1012 Main Street Phone: 336.734.7950 Danbury, NC Phone: 336.593.2482 15,000 copies of this document were printed at $0.31 per copy.