Community College Education Leads To Lasting Careers

College presidents pose for recognition after signing the agreement with WorkAmerica. The partnership was dated to begin on March 1, 2018.
CTCS partners with WorkAmerica to give students tools to find careers in their fields

CHARLESTON, WV, March 5, 2018 - West Virginia’s community and technical colleges are partnering with WorkAmerica, which hosts an artificial intelligence powered online platform to help students and alumni obtain meaningful employment. The goal is to give community college students and graduates a foothold into jobs in their career fields right here in the Mountain State.

Community College Students Gain New Opportunities to Further Education: CTCS and Marshall University Create Transfer Agreement for RBA Degree

CHARLESTON, WV, December 21, 2017– The West Virginia Community and Technical College System (CTCS) facilitated an agreement between its nine (9) member schools and Marshall University last week.

The agreement allows students at any of the system’s nine community and technical colleges to continue their education to receive a Regents Bachelor of Arts (RBA) degree from Marshall University. Marshall will accept students who remain in good standing with their community college and allow up to 72 hours of college credit to be transferred for credit toward their RBA degree.

New Learn and Earn Gives Back to Students

Grant money used by company to create local scholarship