Internal Partners

The work of teaching and learning at Durham Tech would not be possible without the support of the Durham Tech Foundation. The Foundation supports the development of faculty and staff as a means of achieving our strategic goals and ensuring quality education that results in improved student outcomes. Read up on the work of the Durham Tech Foundation.

External Partners

Durham Tech is proud to be part of the North Carolina Teaching and Learning Hubs. The North Carolina Teaching & Learning Hubs were established through a partnership between the Belk Center, Achieving the Dream (ATD), and the NC Student Success Center with the mission of supporting faculty professional development throughout the State. The Teaching and Learning hubs were established to support the mission of student success across North Carolina.

Durham Tech is not only a member of the Central Hub but also serves as coleader with Central Carolina Community College. Maye Vance of Durham Tech serves as the Co-Director for the Central Hub. The Central Hub has a shared mission of supporting affiliate colleges’ teaching and learning professional learning opportunities. This relationship is beneficial in bringing additional professional development opportunities to a long-established teaching and learning tradition here at Durham Tech. 

The NC Teaching & Learning Central Hub affiliates are as follows: Wake, Johnston, Halifax, Alamance, Vance-Granville, Edgecombe, Wayne, Piedmont, Fayetteville, Pitt, Nash, Sandhills, and Wilson. The Co-Director assesses faculty professional learning needs in close communication with faculty, Achieving the Dream coaches, the Belk Center, and the Student Success Center. 

To learn more about the Central Hub’s partners, visit their webpages below:

For further information about the North Carolina Teaching and Learning Central Hub, feel free to contact Marye Vance, Co-Director NC Central Hub at or