BridgeValley’s Workforce and Economic Development Division offers services from providing on-site OSHA or computer training to fully-integrated co-op work partnerships like we foster with the Toyota facility in Buffalo. We are committed to strengthening and diversifying our economy by providing advanced technical training. A great opportunity for local employers are the Learn and Earn grants that cover 50% of an intern’s salary while they concurrently complete their degree and gain valuable on-the-job training. Many of our partners refer to this process as the longest job interview ever, and a huge help against hiring the wrong person for their company.
BridgeValley Community and Technical College promotes student success, prepares a skilled workforce, and builds tomorrow’s leaders by providing access to quality education. BridgeValley strives to be the college of opportunity for a diverse population of a seven-county region including Fayette, Cabell, Clay, Putnam, Mason, Wayne and Kanawha counties. The college operates two campuses in Montgomery and South Charleston, along with the Advanced Technology Center.