W.Va. high school graduates automatically accepted into local community colleges CHARLESTON, WV August 14, 2017– The West Virginia Community and Technical College System (CTCS) has launched a new initiative to help boost the college-going rate of high school graduates in the mountain state. All recent West Virginia high school graduates, have been automatically accepted into…Read More
CTCS CREATES LIBRARY PARTNERSHIP AMONG COLLEGES College students gain more access to resources than ever before CHARLESTON, WV, July 26, 2017– This coming semester, students at West Virginia’s community and technical colleges will have access to more diverse library resources than ever before thanks to a new partnership called CODEC of WV (COllegiate DatabasE Consortium).…Read More
Contact Samantha Godby Telephone 304.558.0087 ext. 265 Cell 304.838.0253 Email email@example.com Website www.wvctcs.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 28, 2017 CTCS ISSUES ALERT FOR WV BUSINESS COLLEGE STUDENTS College not complying with state law, procedures CHARLESTON, WV, June 28, 2017– State officials at the West Virginia Council Community and Technical…Read More
CHARLESTON, WV, July 14, 2017. – Due to the recent closure of West Virginia Business College (WVBC), the West Virginia Community and Technical College System will host two events for former students who wish to discuss options for their future. Tuesday, July 18, 2017, students can visit Pierpont Community and Technical College, Caperton Center from…Read More
Governor Tomblin, Community College System and Employers Dedicate the New Innovative Advanced Technology Center of South Central West Virginia.
South Charleston, W.Va. (August 19, 2014) – The first of two state-of-the-art Advanced Technology Centers (ATC) in the state was dedicated today, when Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin cut the ceremonial ribbon celebrating the opening of a 55,000 square-foot, two-story, multi-faceted training facility for customized workforce development and events at the West Virginia Regional Technology Park.…Read More
Advanced Manufacturing Program Why Should I Apply? The Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program (AMT) offers a unique opportunity to earn a wage while attending college and gain priceless work experience with a global manufacturing leader. This allows you to enter the job market with less education debt, more real-world experience, and an advantage over graduates from…Read More
Advanced Technology Centers The West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education is developing two new Advanced Technology Centers. Site preparation is under way for the 50,000 square foot, $15 Million facility in the Advantage Valley area, to be followed by a 60,000 square foot, $17.6 Million facility in Fairmont. The Advanced Technology Centers…Read More