Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College

Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College is a two-year college with its main campus located at Moorefield in Hardy County, West Virginia, United States. Eastern WVCTC is a 21st Century institution driven by the principle that a quality higher education should be affordable and convenient. They offer 11 degree programs, as well as numerous skill sets and certificates to accelerate individuals towards his/her career goals. Eastern WVCTC also has a Workforce Education Department that supports local businesses with workforce training opportunities, continuing education credit for working professionals, and offers lifelong learning opportunities for community members.

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Eastern West Virginia Community And Technical College - Degree Programs - Customized Degree Programs - Associate in Applied Science in Occupational Development
... course of study is determined by agreements between Eastern and the training sponsor ... Woodmark Corporation South Branch Career Technical Center and US Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training Leadership American Woodmark Corporation and US Department of Labor ...

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