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BridgeValley CTC WIN Academy Approved

This morning in a 4-0 vote, the West Virginia Professional Charter School Board approved the Workforce Initiative for Nurses Academy (WIN Academy) at BridgeValley Community and Technical College.

The program is an accelerated nursing program for up to 60 area 11th and 12th grade high school students to complete their high school education and two years of college coursework. 

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BridgeValley Community & Technical College to Offer Reduced Tuition to Some Out-of-State Students

The BridgeValley Board of Governors has approved a policy to offer in-state tuition to out-of-state students who work at least 24 hours per week at a West Virginia company.

“This policy comes at the suggestion of our industry partners,” said Casey Sacks, President of BridgeValley. “We’re proud to offer this incentive to continue our goal of providing a trained workforce to the people and businesses in the Advantage Valley.”

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BridgeValley Student to Join National Addiction Leadership Academy

BridgeValley Community & Technical College first year Human Services Youth Development student James Nichols has been named to the SAFE (Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic) Project Collegiate Recovery Leadership Academy (CLRA).

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BridgeValley to Host Open House Events


November 10th

Davis Hall, Montgomery
619 2nd Ave, Montgomery

All Majors


Please email [email protected] or call:
304.205.6600 (South Charleston) or 304.734.6600 (Montgomery)

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Family Fun Night

Friday, October 21st

From 6 PM - 8 PM

6:00-7:00 Trunk-Or-Treat

7:30 Start Costume Contest

8:15 Start Hocus Pocus (Movie Located At Advanced Technology Center.1201 Science Pack Drive)

FREE and open to public

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Pathways to Nursing Success project awarded $6.4M – increases number of RNs in West Virginia

The United States Department of Labor announced more than $6.4M in grant funding to increase the number of registered nurses in West Virginia through a consortium of educational partners.

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$500,000 NSF grant brings cybersecurity certification to rural, military-connected students

The University of Charleston, BridgeValley Community & Technical College and Southern West Virginia Community & Technical College have been awarded more than $500,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Advanced Technological Education initiative.

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Department of Labor grants BridgeValley CTC $1.4M to help workers transition to tech fields

BridgeValley Community and Technical college has been awarded a $1.4M grant by the United States Department of Labor to launch the institution’s Appalachians Training for Employment in Technology (ATET) initiative.

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Lineman Program Information Sessions

Utility Line Service Mechanic (“Lineman”) Information Session
Thursday, November 17th
6:00 pm
Advanced Technology Center Training Suites (Rooms 123, 132, 134)
South Charleston
For additional information please contact
Pam Hunley at
[email protected]

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BridgeValley CTC Awards Scholarships to Students in Recovery

BridgeValley Community and Technical College’s (BVCTC) Collegiate Recovery Program awarded 9 students $4,500 in scholarships through grant funding from the Department of Health and Human Resources.

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