Educational Institutions

WILSON EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP INC

  • Wilson, NC
  • www.wilsonedpartnership.com

Mission Statement

Our Purpose The Wilson Education Partnership is a community-based, nonprofit organization established to coordinate, encourage and assist educational functions to benefit the students and staff in Wilson County's public schools. Serving as an affiliate of Wilson County Schools and the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, the Partnership links education with our community's businesses, industries, organizations and individuals.

Our Mission To work with Wilson County Schools, businesses and the community to promote excellence in public education.

Our Vision We enrich and empower students by building relationships and engaging businesses, public schools, parents and community.

Our Functions
 Conduit for information, resources, and ideas to flow between businesses and schools.
 Convener to bring together leaders from business, education, government, and the community.
 Catalyst for new ideas and school programs.
 Communicator that helps to educate the public about current issues in public education.
 Collaborator that creates partnerships and cooperative working relationships.

Our Focus Areas
 College and Career Readiness
 Support for Educators

Main Programs

  1. Program 1
  2. College & Career Readiness
  3. Support for Educators

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Service Areas

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North Carolina

The Wilson Education Partnership (WEP) is the local education fund for the Wilson County School District (Wilson County, North Carolina). WEP works in collaboration with the community to provide supplemental resources for students and staff in the 26 public schools in Wilson County, including approximately 12, 250 students in grades K-12 and 1,475 employees (educators and support staff).

ruling year

1988

Principal Officer since 1997

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Mrs Wilson Education Partnership Inc

Keywords

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Connector, collaborator, catalyst, conduit, convener

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Also Known As

WEP

EIN

58-1762623

 Number

6530255663

Physical Address

200 Nash Street NE

Wilson, NC 27893

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Elementary, Secondary Ed (B20)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

WEP provides advocacy, leadership & professional expertise from the business community to the Wilson County school system. Programs benefit the 12,500+ students and 900+ teachers in Wilson County's 23 public schools.

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Program 2

College & Career Readiness

Activities, programs, resources and initiatives to help students K-12 learn about preparing for/gaining access to college and to expose students K-12 to careers and job-preparation skills/opportunities

Category

Education

Population(s) Served

Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

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Program 3

Support for Educators

WEP provides support, recognition and resources for the teachers, administrators and support staff employed in Wilson County Schools.

Category

Education

Population(s) Served

Adults

Budget

Service Areas

Self-reported

North Carolina

The Wilson Education Partnership (WEP) is the local education fund for the Wilson County School District (Wilson County, North Carolina). WEP works in collaboration with the community to provide supplemental resources for students and staff in the 26 public schools in Wilson County, including approximately 12, 250 students in grades K-12 and 1,475 employees (educators and support staff).

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Operations

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WILSON EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP INC

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Principal Officer

Mrs Wilson Education Partnership Inc

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Ms. Sheryl Creech

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