16 Sep Fuquay Coworking Selected as a WAKE-LINK Partner to Provide Internet Access and Technology to WCPSS Students
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FUQUAY-VARINA, NC: WCPSS WAKE-LINK INITIATIVE + FUQUAY COWORKING | INVESTING IN TOMORROW’S FUTURE…
Fuquay Coworking is excited to announce a partnership with the Wake County Public School System’s (WCPSS) WAKE-LINK Program, a service and initiative designed to provide FREE access to Safe Work-Spaces, Internet, and Technology for Wake County Public School Students.
“WAKE-LINK, an initiative that aligns with the WCPSS Vision 2020 Strategic plan, exists to help students find a place to work and/or to access free WiFi outside of regular school hours.“
In addition to the basic internet and work-space requirements of the WAKE-LINK initiative, Fuquay Coworking has committed resources to maintaining a Computer Lab available for participating WCPSS Students utilizing the WAKE-LINK Program to pursue learning goals. By partnering with WCPSS in this capacity, Fuquay Coworking is demonstrating our commitment to helping students, particularly those who may not have internet access in their homes, stay connected for continued learning opportunities outside of traditional school hours.
WAKE-LINK also compliments the WCPSS Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Initiative in that both attempt to provide increased opportunities for students to learn while utilizing appropriate digital resources. Fuquay Coworking is enhancing this initiative by also providing access to additional learning technologies available at the creative space.
WCPSS Students are expected to adhere to the WCPSS Student Code of Conduct, as well as all appropriate “common sense” considerations when working in a business environment. Fuquay Coworking is a creative coworking space which supports 40+ members and businesses. Students will have the potential to meet and learn from local business and community leaders.
To learn more about Fuquay Coworking’s commitment to the WAKE-LINK Initiative, please visit: