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Free Ilene Evans Show & Lunch At Eastern Feb. 25 For Black History Month

2/14/2015

To celebrate Black History Month, world-renowned actress, musician and story-teller Ilene Evans will bring a free lunch-and-learn return engagement of her one-woman show, General Moses: Stories from the Life of Harriet Tubman to Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College, at 316 Eastern Drive in Moorefield.

Eastern Offers Focused Business Topics To Public This Month

2/9/2015

For business owners, and people interested in starting-up or learning about Bushiness, Eastern WV Community and Technical College is offering focused explorations of Special Topics of Interest In Business this month on its main campus, at 316 Eastern Drive in Moorefield.

75 Eastern Students Earn Fall Semester Academic Honors

1/23/2015

Seventy-five students from the Potomac Highlands and the surrounding area earned academic honors at Eastern WV Community and Technical College for fall semester 2014. With a 4.0 cumulative grade-point-average (GPA) while carrying at least 12 credit-hours, twenty-four students received President’s List honors. Fifty-one students made the Dean’s List, by achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA with at least 9 credit-hours.

Eastern Nursing Grad Tours China With Scholars Group

1/4/2015

An international scholars’ nursing and healthcare learning tour of China last summer brought new professional insights and cultural discoveries to a Maysville registered nurse who took part. Heather Thorne, who works locally as a registered nurse, visited with medical professionals at Chinese hospitals and universities and observed how nurses in China do their jobs. The tour also let her marvel at famous tourist sites and taste everyday Chinese customs, in dining, shopping and living conditions.

Local Artist Donates Painting Of Mascot To College

12/1/2014

Moorefield resident Ryan Zirk, who is quietly building a local reputation as a talented artist, recently donated his painting “Art Matters” to his college. A portrait of an eagle, the painting represents the first ever oil-on-canvas interpretation of Eastern WV Community and Technical College’s new official mascot.

Eastern’s ‘NewBiz Launch Pad’ To Support New Business Start-Ups

11/11/2014

Think a business can’t start at a community college? Think again. In honor of Global Entrepreneurship November 17 through 23, Eastern WV Community and Technical College announced several initiatives it is launching to help spur new businesses, economic development and entrepreneurship.

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.

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