Program Highlights | BridgeValley

 

 

Program Highlights

Looking for a career that is unique and gaining incredible speed in this fast-paced world? BridgeValley is committed to being at the forefront of new careers and technologies that put you ahead of the rest. Take a look at these program offerings! You can train to be a Bridge Inspector, ASL Interpreter, Event Coordinator, Small Engine Mechanic, or even a Craft Brewer or a Resort Manager!

 

American Sign Language

This is a partially online degree designed to prepare students to become proficient in ASL and Interpreting with formal classroom instruction, small group practice, and practical experiences. This program prepares students to take the state certification exam, which qualifies students to interpret in educational, medical, legal, and governmental venues.  West Virginia - Sign Language Interpreter Salary $26.56 per hour.
Email Amanda below or visit bridgevalley.edu/go for application instructions.
Amanda Martin
amanda.martin@bridgevalley.edu
304-205-6722

 

Brewing Technology

Craft your career! Love what you do and you will never work a day in our life. BridgeValley's Brew Tech program is an exciting new opportunity to start a career you will love in West Virginia's growing craft beer industry. You will learn everything from the chemistry of beer to business of running a successful brewery.

  • No Pre-Reqs 
  • This program qualifies for WV Invests (free college)

Email Michael below or visit bridgevalley.edu/go for application instructions. 
Michael.Parsons@bridgevalley.edu
Michael Parsons
304.734.6735

 

Diesel Technology

Diesel technicians inspect, repair, or maintain any type of diesel engine including electrical and exhaust systems. Our hands-on program will show students how to use a variety of power and machine tools while also providing direct experience on and how to diagnose and fix engine problems.
Email admissions@bridgevalley.edu or visit bridgevalley.edu/go for application instructions.
Joe Young
joe.young@bridgevalley.edu
304-734-6661

 

Engineering

Civil Engineer Technologists are involved in all aspects of planning, design, and construction of both public and private infrastructure projects including highways, bridges/culverts, retaining and noise walls, dams, utilities, and more. Our hands-on program prepares graduates for real-life situations, advanced degrees, and is located on the Montgomery campus.
Email admissions@bridgevalley.edu or visit bridgevalley.edu/go for application instructions.
Robert Amos
robert.amos@bridgevalley.edu
304-734-6693

 

Hospitality

Did you know? In 2018, our very own "Almost Heaven" WV tourism industry reported $4.3 billion in direct consumer spending and 45,000 jobs throughout the state! It is important now more than ever that we produce highly trained individuals for the hospitality industry so that these figures will continue to increase annually.

This program emphasizes on how to improve your role in the hospitality industry by developing strategies that can be applied to the workplace. The program covers a wide range of content, from foodservice and event planning to hotel practices and tourism. Knowing how to navigate multiple facets of the hospitality industry will benefit you by pushing you to your fullest potential and by positioning you for greater career opportunities.

  • No Pre-Reqs 

Email Jessica below or visit bridgevalley.edu/go for application instructions. 
Jessica.Wagner@bridgevalley.edu
Jessica Wagner

 

K-9 Train the Trainer

Introducing BridgeValley Community and Technical College’s Professional Dog Trainer Program! Enroll in the Train the Trainer K-9 Program and earn your associate degree to become a dog trainer, a dog behaviorist or start your own business in dog obedience training, behavior modification, doggie daycare, or boarding facility. Email Mike below or visit bridgevalley.edu/go for application instructions. 

Michael.kordusky@bridgevalley.edu
Mike Kordusky - Master Trainer 
Mountaineer K-9 Services
304.205.6750

 

Process Technology

This program achieves the ideal balance between classroom lectures and hands-on laboratory experiences. Students have the opportunity to fully control a lab-scale glass distillation column, operate a full-sized training unit, and start-up, shut down, and troubleshoot process simulations.
Email admissions@bridgevalley.edu or visit bridgevalley.edu/go for application instructions.
Ronald Rogillio
ronald.rogillio@bridgevalley.edu
304-205-6620