NC State University wins $4.7 million grant to expand the North East Leadership Academy (NELA) at the Gateway Technology Center.
The grant, from the U.S. Department of Education, will be used to expand its efforts to train principals and assistant principals for hard-to-staff school districts in the northeastern region of the state.
"NELA allows a district like ours in eastern North Carolina to build leadership capacity," said Dr. Anthony Jackson, superintendent of Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools. "We're the winners from expansion of a great program model."
Principals like Yolanda Wiggins, who leads Winstead Avenue Elementary in Rocky Mount, got their start through NC State’s North East Leadership Program, which will expand with a $4.7 million federal grant.
For more on Ms. Wiggins story Click Here.
Click on the following camp links for more information and to print an application.
NC State Video Game Design Experience January 31-March 28, 2015
The Video Game Design Experience is open to all middle school students with various ability levels and prior knowledge. Participants will learn how to create basic two dimensional computer games as well as gain a foundational understanding of what goes into the game design process.
STEM Challenge April 25; Registration Deadline January 30
Robotics Camp August 3-7 Application
For rising 7th-9th grade students with little or no experience with robotics or programming, this exciting new class teaches how to build and program Lego® Mindstorm® robots. This class will introduce programming concepts such as repeat loops and if/then statements and more. For more information click on: Flyer
Video Game Design Camp August 3-7 Application
The NEW 2015 Video Game Design Camp is open to middle school students (rising 7th - 9th grades) with various ability levels. Participants will learn how to create basic two dimensional computer games as well as gain a foundational understanding of what goes into the game design process. For more information click on: Flyer
NC State Middle School Veterinary Camp June 15-19
Veterinary Camp is a five day non residential camp. It is for rising 7th, 8th, and 9th graders interested in the field of veterinary medicine. Students will learn more about becoming a veterinary healthcare professional and provide a preview into the real and vast fields of veterinary medicine. Through presentations, demonstrations, laboratories, visits, and in-depth, hands-on activities students will discover what modern veterinary medicine is all about.
Registration Deadline is April 15th.
General Hugh Shelton Leadership Challenge June 21-26
The Shelton Leadership Challenge is a six day residential experience for rising 9th-12th grade students. Students will gain a greater understanding of what it takes to be a values-based leader. General Shelton's cornerstones of values-based leadership, honesty, integrity, compassion, diversity, and social responsibility are the foundations of the experience.
Registration Deadline is May 1st.
NC State Engineering Camps
The ECU/NC State Collaborative in partnership with the NC State College of Engineering will be offering three week-long, non-residential day camps at the Gateway Technology Center. Campers will discover what engineering is all about through fun, hands-on activities.
Registration Deadline is May 1st.
High School Camp (Rising 9th-11th Grade Students) July 6 - 10
Middle School Camp (Rising 6th-8th Grade Students) July 13 - 17
Elementary School Camp (Rising 3rd-5th Grade Students) July 20 - 24
Engineering Camps Informational Flyer
If you are interested in working at our summer engineering camps please click on the below link and download and application.
Teacher/Staff summer employment application
NC State University Master of School of Administration NELA - January 6
East Carolina University Master of Social Work - January 17
Fayetteville State University Master of Business Administration - January 12
February 2015: Juniors take the ACT for FREE at school on March 3, 2015. These scores can be used to apply to college. This class prepares students to take advantage of this college admissions opportunity & includes dynamic, focused instruction in English, math, reading, science, & writing.
Congratulations to NC State's Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA) for being selected by the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) to receive its 2014 Exemplary Educational Leadership Preparation Program Award! We at the Gateway Technology Center are excited and honored to host such an exemplary program.
Are you in the 6th, 7th, or 8th grade? Are you interested in Video Game Design? We are excited to offer a Video Game Design Experience in 2015. For more information, visit: VGDE flyer
October 10, 2014: Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) classes begin for students grades 6-12. For more information and to download an application visit:
October 4, 2014: High School Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, would you like to know more about the college application process? NC State's College of Education is offering a FREE College Access Workshop. For RSVP information visit: Northeastern flyer
October 1, 2014: A "Stewards of Children" workshop from East Carolina University's, Brody School of Medicine, will hold a professional development training for local teachers and administrators. Northeastern flyer
September 20 and October 4, 2014: Are you ready for the SAT? A+ Test Prep & Academic Services is offering their A+ SAT Prep Class at the Gateway Technology Center. For registration information visit: Rocky Mount SAT Prep flyer
September 16, 2014: NC State University College of Education will hold an information session for potential Doctorate in Educational Leadership, Ed.D, cohort members at the Gateway Technology Center from 5:30-7:30. For more information and to view the RSVP information please refer to the following flyer: Doctorate in Educational Leadership flyer
September 3, 2014 - June 2015: NC State University Parks & Recreation Department video conferences at the Gateway Technology Center. For enrollment information visit: cnr.ncsu.edu/rrs
August 19, 2014: Free college planning session for parents and students. Get a jump-start on the college admissions planning process. For more information please refer to the following: Rocky Mount College Planning Session flyer
March 7, 2014: "Stewards of Children" Workshop from East Carolina University's, Brody School of Medicine, the TEDI BEAR Children's Advocacy Center. For teachers, nurses, clergy, childcare staff, law enforcement, and other professionals. For registration information visit: Stewards of Children flyer
February 25, 2014: AccessNC Workshop for Grant Writers, Non-Profits, and Economic & Workforce Development. For more information visit: AccessNC training workshop flyer
Forestry Issues Forum video conferences for professional foresters begin January 8, 2014. For more information visit: www.ncsu-feop.org/DE
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