In Wake County, one of the challenges for residents needing high-speed internet access is affordability. The new federal Affordable Connectivity Program will help address that challenge by reducing internet service costs by up to $30/month.
The non - profit organization Fortaleza has opened a new registration period aimed at young people who wish to participate as fellows . Those interested must meet certain eligibility requirements, such as residing and/or studying in the Triangle area or in Onslow, Mecklenburg, Cumberland, Chatham and Pitt counties.
Have you thought about becoming a medical or community interpreter? Are you bilingual? Join us! Instruction is in English. Participants are matched up in language pairs. ALL language pairs are welcome. This is NOT a language course. This is a program to prepare you for an exciting new career as a community or medical interpreter!
Residents of Wake County and the City of Raleigh who, for various reasons, cannot access a government-issued identity document, will have the possibility of processing a community identification under the "Community Action ID" program of the FaithAction Network. , which has been in operation for several years in other North Carolina jurisdictions.
These Community Action IDs will be accepted by the Raleigh Police Department and the Wake County Sheriff's Office. Also, by the Alliance Medical Ministry.