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Earn College Credit For ‘Life Learning’: Workshop Nov. 12

10/22/2014

Many adults have acquired a wealth of experience and learning through their lives, and some of that prior learning experience may apply towards credits for a college degree. To explore how to earn such learning credit, come to a free workshop November 12, beginning at 6:00 pm, at Eastern WV Community and Technical College in Moorefield.

Evening Cosmetology Classes Forming Now In Petersburg For November

10/14/2014

Evening classes that will start in November are forming now at the Cutting Edge Hair Design School in Petersburg to prepare adult learners for the WV state hairstylist exam and licensure.

Wardensville Library Gets 2 Computers Dedicated To Eastern’s Online Courses

10/10/2014

Two computers donated by Eastern WV Community and Technical College now allow Wardensville Community Library users direct and dedicated access to the college’s online courses. To allow clients more flexibility in scheduling course attendance, the Library has also extended its hours.

Delegates’ Listening Tour Visits Eastern For Small Business Solutions

10/6/2014

More than 40 area residents expressed their views about how to improve conditions for small businesses and entrepreneurs to a bi-partisan panel of eight state legislators. Visiting Easern September 25, the panel included local delegates Allen Evans, Gary Howell and Isaac Sponaugle, as well as Senator Bob Williams.

Grant Sponsors Music & Theatre To Promote Diversity And Equality

9/16/2014

A $4,450 ‘Diversity for Equity’ grant will sponsor a series of interactive theatrical presentations in Moorefield that focus on Appalachian-American and African-American culture. Planned for this fall and next spring, the activities at Eastern WV Community and Technical College, aim to increase awareness of cultural diversity on campus and in the community as they promote equal access to higher education opportunities.

Eastern Grad Named APU’s 2014 Top STEM Grad

8/6/2014

A Petersburg grandmother received top honors as an “outstanding student” last month from one of the nation’s best-known online universities. American Public University named Cindy Alt one of only six Academic Scholars among more than 5,000 bachelor degree graduates in the class of 2014.

Oct 2 Information Session For WVU’s Online BA Pathway Option

8/5/2014

For students thinking of further college learning after graduating Eastern, a representative from WVU’s BA Pathway program will offer a drop-in information session in the main lobby of the Moorefield campus, Thursday October 2, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Fall Registration Open Through August 15 At Eastern

8/5/2014

Learners can register for Eastern’s fall semester through August 15. Classes begin August 18. For more information about financial aid opportunities, programs of study and workforce training, call 304-434-8000, or toll-free: 877-982-2322. Or check the College’s website: ‘www.easternwv.edu’.

Eastern’s Short-Term Trainings For Healthcare Jobs Open In Keyser This Fall

8/3/2014

At Eastern WV Community and Technical College, area residents can learn the skills necessary for CNA and phlebotomy work. Depending on interest, Eastern will offer the trainings this fall in Keyser at the Mineral County Technical Center. The courses will prepare learners to earn certificates that mean ‘job-competent’ to employers.

Eastern’s High School Senior Scholarship Program Awards 7 Potomac Highlands Grads

7/11/2014

Seven Potomac Highlands graduating high school seniors won scholarships from Eastern WV Community and Technical College that will cover the school’s tuition costs and most student fees for one year. The recipients include Wardensville’s Shyane Constable, Augusta’s Savannah Jenkins, Parsons’ Andrew Kisamore, Burlington’s Jacob Mellott, Moorefield’s Dillon Ruddle, Petersburg’s Robyn Shirk and Brandywine’s Salena Weese

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