"I enjoyed the dental assisting course I took because it challenged me. I am currently 40 years old, so have not been in school in quite a while. I am a server at a local restaurant and even though it is hard work physically and I make a decent living it is not extremely rewarding, and it is not a career. This did wonders for my confidence, it proved to me that even after all these years I can do anything I set my mind to."
Autumn A Pittman
“I have had a great experience with WVU Parkersburg’s Short-Term education programs. My daughter took the Phlebotomy course and was hired at Camden Clark, and my son who took an aluminium welding course through your program got a job at a local manufacturer as an aluminium welder. We are so glad that WVU Parkersburg is here to help so many”
When Chemours finds itself with a training challenge, we’ve had great success partnering with WVU Parkersburg’s Workforce and Economic Development division. No matter what kind of instruction we’ve needed for our employees, WVUP WED has been able to quickly develop a customized solution to solve our problem and give our workers the skills they need to help keep us competitive”
Todd Fox - Chemours
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we have a hard copy admissions application we send to students. Students who are doing the payment plan must sign a contract with the Business Office. Otherwise, students are registered the day after a class begins by the Registrar’s office.
Yes, students must fill out the FAFSA and request the Workforce Higher Education grant. Students must have a GED, High School Diploma, or proof of being Home schooled certificate. Students also must have lived in WV for at least 12 months prior to requesting the funding.
Yes, we have the non-credit to credit conversion.
We arrange clinical, shadowing, internships for students. It is the student’s time to shine. We receive calls weekly from Employers looking for employees to hire.