NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN COLLEGE
Alumni Board Accepting Nominations
The North Carolina Wesleyan College Alumni Board is currently accepting nominations for new membership. The Alumni Board meets twice a year and works to support the efforts of the Alumni Association.
We are looking for alumni from all years and locations! If you would like more information or are interested in serving on the Alumni Board please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Awards Nominations
The Alumni Office is currently accepting nominations for three Alumni Awards that will be presented at the Celebration of Excellence Dinner during Wesleyan Weekend October 5-7.
The three awards are the Distinguished Alumni Award, given to an alum who has been graduated more than 10 years; the Alumni Achievement Award, given to an alum graduated less than 10 years; and the Wesleyan Family Award.
for full descriptions and past recipients! Email any nominations to email@example.com
NCWC Receives $24,256.44
from the Rocky Mount Fun Run for Charities
On Tuesday, July 17 Reach Out Rocky Mount presented checks totaling almost $530,000 to over 60 area non-profits.
NC Wesleyan received a check for $24,256.44 that will support student scholarships. We are thankful to everyone who chose to support the college and happy to be a part of the City of Rocky Mount!
Recent Alumni Events
June 9, 2012 - Goldsboro Alumni Picnic
The Goldsboro Aspire Office sponsored this event with over 60 guests! We enjoyed hot dogs, chips, and Wesleyan giveaways for a wonderful afternoon. Even in the heat, we all had a great time!
June 21, 2012 - Carolina Mudcats Game
Over 25 alumni and guests enjoyed refreshments & time with "Muddy" as we caught up with old friends and made new ones!
July 17, 2012 - Jacksonville Alumni ReceptionThanks to the generosity of Pete & Beth Welch and Quint & Susan White we had a wonderful alumni event with President Jim Gray in a casual reception in Jacksonville.
Interested in helping to plan an alumni event in your area?
| Make your Wesleyan Alumni Event Official!|Do you have plans to get together with a group of NCWC alumni? The Alumni Office wants to send you a Bishop Box!
Send us the details of your gathering and we will send you a box of Wesleyan items to add Bishop pride to your event! We need:
- Type of event (social, sporting event, etc.)
- Time & Location
- Names & Class Years of attendees
- Mailing address to send your stuff!
Send any requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Please note that we have a limited supply of giveaway items! If you are planning a large event contact us in advance on ways we can assist.
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October 5-7, 2012 North Carolina Wesleyan College will be celebrating
Wesleyan Weekend 2012
Wesleyan Weekend combines Homecoming & Family Weekends to offer a variety of events and activities for all participants!
A detailed schedule will be available in August, but you can make your hotel reservations with the discounted prices listed at www.ncwc.edu/alumni
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| 2 Alumni Hired in Admissions|
Name: Scott Cooper '11
Major: Business AdministrationCurrent Job: Admissions Counselor at NCWCFavorite Memory from NCWC: All the friendships I made through football and campus lifeWhat are you looking forward to as a staff member? I am looking forward to all the travel and the recruitment for my job.
Name: Megan Simpson '12 Current Job: Admission Counselor at NCWC (Southeast NC, SC and TN)
Favorite Memory of Wesleyan: I do not think I have just one favorite memory. I can talk for days about the stories of my fun and exciting memories here. As I think back I think about the friends I made, the people I have helped and the people that helped me grow along the way. In short, my favorite memory is the Wesleyan family that has loved me and been there for me since Fall '08 and is still here now.
What are you looking forward to as a staff member: My first goal is to recruit new students to come to Wesleyan. Wesleyan will always be in my heart and we should all take a part in looking after it.
Any other comments? When I came to Wesleyan as a freshman, I was so shy I would barely look at people. Who knew that by my senior year I would be standing in front of the entire school as the SGA president. I feel that I wasn't a number here; I had a chance to grow and become something great! I would not trade my experience here for anything. I gained more than just book smarts, I gained leadership skills, how to be a friend and how to live in the real world. I am grateful to be an alum and employee of Wesleyan.