Education and Workforce
The Shenandoah Valley Partnership is excited to announce its Regional Education and Training Database won a Governor’s Technology Award. The awards were announced at the Commonwealth of Virginia Innovative Technology Symposium (COVITS) held on September 9th in Richmond, VA. Winning in the “Innovative Use of Technology in Economic Development” category, the database aims to help develop a pipeline of skilled workers in the Valley.
Virginia Manufacturers Association (VMA) launched the most advanced Career Information System (CIS) available in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Bushman, dean of the School of Natural Science and Mathematics at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., was chosen on Jan. 17 to succeed George Cornelius as BC’s ninth president. He will oversee Bridgewater College’s $34.6 million budget and its 1,750-member student body when he takes over as president on June
In October, Virginia officials and the owners of Harrisonburg’s T&E Meats were busy crafting a new project that may be the first of its kind in the nation: a state-approved apprenticeship program to train meat professionals.
The Shenandoah Valley Partnership is excited to announce the unveiling of a new training database, the Shenandoah Valley Education and Training Database. The database, hosted on the Partnership’s web site, will list training and educational programs available from Valley colleges, universities and technical schools.
James Madison University prepares students for cyber security careers with an impressive offering of undergraduate and graduate programs that allow students to earn NSA and DHS certificates along the way.
To introduce students to the principles of client-centered financial advice, James Madison University’s (JMU) College of Business and Good Wealth Management – Investment Consultants are sponsoring the “Financial Planning & Investment Challenge” for the second consecutive year.
Blue Ridge Community College offers career services to assist adults in accessing training and career pathways.
Virginia Secretary of Technology Duffy tours the Blue Ridge Community College Manufacturing Engineering Technology Center touting technology as one of Virginia’s economic engines.
Blue Ridge Community College unveils bioprocessing program to support the needs of local industry.