DALLAS, N.C. - During these unprecedented times, Filmmaker and WSGE 91.7 FM’s assistant program director/music director and afternoon drive radio personality Tim Greene recently purchased laptop computers for students in the NC Works NEXGEN program. The students did not own computers that would enable them to complete their schoolwork assignments from home since all classes were canceled and continued online due to the COVID -19 Outbreak. Two Nursing Students also received laptop computers from Tim Greene during a Student Success Expo.
NC Works NEXTGEN assists youth 16-24 with barriers to self-sufficiency such as High School dropouts, homelessness, parenting youth and Criminal Backgrounds to gain either employment or higher-level educational pursuits. “It was a pleasure presenting these great students with the tools they needed that will help them continue to be as successful as possible in life,” says Greene.
NOTE: WSGE operates at 91.7 FM and is a non-commercial, public radio station owned and managed by Gaston College, in Dallas, North Carolina. The station's studio is located in the Craig Arts & Sciences building. Its signal covers 26 North and South Carolina counties with a population of 1.3 million residents.
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