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BridgeValley’s K9 Train-the-Trainer Students Visit ATF’s National Canine Training Center

(Montgomery, WV) - BridgeValley Community and Technical College’s (BVCTC) K9 Train-the-Trainer students recently took a trip to the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearm’s (ATF) Canine Training Center in Front Royal, Virginia. Established in 1996, ATF’s national canine division is the leading federal authority for explosives and accelerant detection canines for law enforcement and military organizations. 

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CANCELED: 1/18/22 Nursing Information Session

Due to inclement weather, the Nursing Information Session scheduled for 1/18/22 has been canceled.

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Governor Justice Allocates Funds to Expand Nursing Program at BridgeValley Community and Technical College

(South Charleston, WV) On Tuesday, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice announced new funding will be provided to improve education, retention, and recruitment for nursing programs at three state schools, including BridgeValley Community and Technical College (BVCTC). 

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BridgeValley Community and Technical College Awards Students With Financial Aid Relief

(South Charleston, WV) Under the federal CARES Act, BridgeValley Community and Technical College (BVCTC) beginning in early 2020 received three rounds of Emergency Financial Aid grants totaling more than $3.4 million to support their students through the COVID-19 pandemic. 
The college used no less than 50% of the funds received under Section 18004 (a) (1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid grants to its students. As of December 2021, $3,433,401 had been distributed. 

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Gov. Justice Announces new manufacturing facility in Charleston to partner with West Virginia Workforce Development Board and BVCTC for employee recruitment and training

(South Charleston, WV) Governor Jim Justice announced Wednesday that GreenPower Motor Company will be opening a 9.5-acre manufacturing facility in South Charleston, bringing hundreds of new jobs and millions of dollars in economic impact to West Virginia. 
Zero-emission, all-electric school busses will be produced in the 80,000 square-foot building. According to Governor Justice, the facility will bring up to 200 jobs to the state when manufacturing begins later this year with the potential to create as many as 900 jobs once the facility reaches full power. 

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