American Graduate: Building West Virginia's Workforce
American Graduate: Building West Virginia's Workforce.
As the Mountain State's skilled workforce ages and manufacturing evolves to use technology, there are job opportunities in West Virginia that require some training or certification, but not a 4-year degree.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting takes a look at the career pathways that are available in West Virginia. The program explores some of the
American Graduate Training and Apprenticeships
Part two of our series on job opportunities in West Virginia takes a look at training and apprenticeships as a pathways to employment.
American Graduate: Getting To Work
WVPB received a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to help advance education and career readiness in West Virginia. We are working with community partners throughout the state to assess workforce challenges and opportunities, and to produce content highlighting individuals as they pursue a variety of pathways leading to high-demand jobs and livable wages.
American Graduate: WorkForce West Virginia
American Graduate, Getting to Work, a project of West Virginia Public Broadcasting takes a look at apprenticeship programs around the state. Workforce West Virginia is a clearing house for all things employment and training related.
American Graduate: WV Laborers Training Center
The West Virginia Laborers' Training Center has apprenticeship programs for students from all over West Virginia.
Lineman Training - Learn and Earn
Begin earning a wage while you are still learning a job.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Businesses Need Workers Now
Listen to a business leader talk about the importance of fostering skilled workers.