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April is Autism Awareness Month

   

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Summer Career Exploration Camps

at Wayne Community College!  Rising 6th graders and up. Offered are CSI, Video Gaming, Health, Fashion, and more. Click the link below for  details………. Link to details

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New Training available

WAGES will hold Substitute Teacher training. click on the message title for more details. In order to attend the training you must have completed the following: Obtain a Substitute packet from WAGES Royall Ave. Administrative building by March 17, 2017. Have a valid driver’s license. Photo I.D.,

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WAGES reached Guidestar Platinum level

Great news! WAGES just earned the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information. By sharing these metrics, we’re helping the sector move beyond simplistic financial ratios to assess nonprofit progress. We chose to display quantitative metrics to represent how hard WAGES is

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New WAGES Volunteer Brochure

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Help for Hurricane Matthew Victims

Patricia Beier, WAGES’ Executive Director sent a plea to Governor McCrory (click here to read the letter) to keep WAGES in mind as a useful resource in helping people in need. Our experience in mobilizing volunteers to deliver meals and respite services to the elderly and the housebound

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June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

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Tiffany Lucky wins the EFNEP Golden Star Award

No luck involved, just lots of hard work and dedication!   Pictured in the photo to Tiffany’s right is Dr. Claudette Smith, Family Resource Management Specialist, The Cooperative Extension Program, NC A&T State University and on her left Dr. Richard Bonanno, Associate Dean CALS and Director of NC Cooperative

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Charlston Terrell wins Governor’s Award

Charlston Terrell wins North Carolina’s Governor’s Award for outstanding  volunteer and community service! Charlston Terrell (WAGES 2015-2016 Parent of the Year) is a person highly committed to the promotion of Parent Involvement and WAGES, while serving as a parent volunteer. He began volunteering once his son entered

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2016 Mayor and County Recognition Day for National Service

The oldest WAGES Foster Grandparent, Mrs. Ella Mae Beverly, age 93,  is pictured with Mayor Chuck Allen during the 2016 Mayor and County Recognition Day for National Service. WAGES is the local sponsor for senior volunteers who daily give service to improve the lives of children and

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Goldsboro, NC 27534
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