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(Moorefield, WV) – Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College (Eastern) today announced a Welding program beginning this fall. Classes begin September 5, 2017.
(Moorefield, WV) – Starting this fall, Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College (Eastern) will be offering tuition-free courses for in-demand programs in both Healthcare and Advanced Manufacturing.
This year’s fall conference host college, Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College, is planning a conference which will focus on success, innovation, and hope. The conference will begin with breakfast on Thursday, November 2, continue throughout the day, include dinner, and continue on Friday, November 3 until noon. The sessions on Friday are being combined with Eastern’s third annual Agriculture Innovation Showcase.
To honor the graduating class of 2017, Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College (Eastern) has launched the $20.17 Campaign for Excellence.
Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College (EWVCTC) today announced the addition a Biological and Environmental Technician Program. The program will be offered to eligible students starting in the Fall 2017 semester.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Dr. Sarah Tucker, Chancellor of the Community and Technical College System of West Virginia, testified today before the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies, at a hearing on “STEM Education: Preparing Students for the Careers of Today and the Future.”
EWVCTC and the Institute of Rural Entrepreneurship and Economic Development are pleased ...
Last year's Agricultural Innovation Showcase put on by Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College was a hit, drawing more than 300 people.
When Maysville’s Danielle Nettles stepped across the stage at her college Commencement last May to receive her diploma, she joined some 35 other graduates of Eastern WV Community and Technical College who have earned the associate degree in Wind Energy Turbine Technology since the program opened in 2010 — and became only the second woman to do. With that training part of her skill set, her diploma can open new job possibilities for her in the new economy.
Three years ago, Petersburg’s Denese Harold kept her husband of 23 years company when, four decades distant from any classroom learning, he decided to strengthen his job-market credentials and returned to study for his high school equivalency diploma through Adult Basic Education (A. B.E.) in Moorefield.