These FAQs are designed to provide a better understanding of the Auto Bike Show, our mission, and other frequently asked question asked . These questions and answers provide basic information, if you would like more information or if there is a questions that you feel should be posted here, please complete the form below.
Auto Detailing Scholarship
Why are you raising money for student scholarships in the Auto Detailing Program?Students in Continuing Education cannot finance their education through financial aid. Federal Student Aid (FASFA), PELL Grants, and scholarships through the Financial Aid Office are not available to Continuing Education Students. The only way to help these students financially is through specialized grants or scholarships setup for that purpose only.
How does the Auto & Bike Show contribute to financial aid for our students?The Wake Tech Auto & Bike Show gives the Automotive Detailing Program an opportunity to help students learn a “trade” that can be used almost immediately for employment. The show also allows other Wake Tech programs to raise scholarship funds. This year, Wake Tech’s Culinary Arts and Male Mentoring programs are participating.
What is the difference between Continuing Education and Curriculum?Continuing Education programs offer many pathways for training. They are flexible, offering single courses as well as a series of courses that offer students a certificate of completion leading to a recognized credential (licenses, certification, renewal or registry listing). These training opportunities are short-term, affordable, and have flexible scheduling.
Why do students in Continuing Education programs need financial aid?Even though our training courses are quite affordable, many of our students are unemployed or underemployed and need some financial assistance in order to take classes or continue classes. Since grants are program specific, only a small number of students have access to grant money.
What else should I know about the importance of Continuing Education?More than 800 courses are available through Continuing Education programs, with more than 300 courses leading to a state-regulated or industry-recognized workforce credential. Community colleges represent a second chance at education for many North Carolinians.
How do I register?There are several convenient methods to pre-register for the event. You may register online via EventBrite, in person at our main campus, or by mail using this registration form.
Register In-PersonPlease print, and complete, the registration form and deliver your form to Ernestine Ledbetter at the Wake Tech Main Campus. Please visit Holding Hall, Room 131.
Register By-MailPlease print, and complete, the registration form.
Upon completion please mail your form, with enclosed check, to:
Wake Tech Community College
9101 Fayetteville Rd,
Attn: Ernestine Ledbetter - HO 131
Raleigh, NC 27603
You will receive an email, or phone call, with confirmation of registration.
Day-Of RegistrationIf you plan to register the day of the event, please arrive between 8:30AM and 10:30AM.
***Day of registration cannot be guaranteed due to limited space.