Center for Applied Technology
Workforce Development: Preparing for Success
Caperton Center for Applied Technology 300 Campus Drive Parkersburg, WV 26104
... It's high tech, cutting edge and developed to meet regional workforce needs so students can "learn and then earn" in the Mid-Ohio Valley ...
Preparing for a Global Economy. West Virginia University at Parkersburg, Wood County Schools and area business, industry and labor are collaborating as partners to prepare and develop the region's workforce to meet the needs of current and potential employers. The Caperton Center for Applied Technology offers the best the region has to offer in instruction and training for those interested in the challenges of sophisticated technology careers:
- Wood County Schools' high school students can pursue college programs while in high school and earn college credit while enrolled in the Caperton Center.
- WVU Parkersburg students can obtain associate and bachelor's degrees at the Center.
- Area residents can upgrade and learn in-demand skills -- all through the Center's flexible offerings.
The Center is lauded as a unique facility where high school and college students share classrooms, faculty and a cutting-edge curriculum. This is a new response to providing students with the skills and training they need to be successful in preparing for the future.
For more information, contact the Caperton Center at 304.424.8365 or the WVU Parkersburg Technology Division Office, 304.424.8303.
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