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Mountaineer Technology Consultants, LLC – Externship Highlight

October 23, 2020 | WVJC Staff

Mountaineer Technology Consultants, LLC was formed in 2016 by Booker T. Walton of Morgantown, WV. MTC provides full service IT solutions for individuals, small businesses, and companies throughout the state of West Virginia. MTC offers services in consulting, hardware, networking, software, and digital marketing. MTC also offers student services such as PC diagnostics, formatting hard drives, and standard cleanup of...

Registered Nursing Program – Bridgeport Campus

October 16, 2020 | WVJC Staff

WVJC Bridgeport is set to complete our second six-week term of WVJC’s Nursing program! It’s been an exciting time for our campus as we’ve added an RN training program that prepares students to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses’ (NCLEX-RN)* exam to WVJC Bridgeport’s list of available course options.  WVJC Bridgeport started its first cohort of 40...

How to Enroll at WVJC Charleston In COVID-19 Era

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At West Virginia Junior College, we understand the challenges that COVID-19 has created. Many of us have been faced with uncertainty, concerns of financial security, economic strains, and of course, our health and the genuine concerns for our loved ones, our neighbors, and our communities.  Even though we are living through difficult times, West Virginia Junior College is here for...

Summer Hudnall – Student Highlight

October 9, 2020 | WVJC Staff

Summer Hudnall graduated from South Charleston High School in 2019. Summer knew she wanted to work in the medical field, but because the medical field is so broad, she was not sure which area would be the best fit for her. She wanted to gain a wide range of knowledge so she decided to pursue an education at WVJC for...

Emery Dean – Student Highlight

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Emery Dean graduated from Braxton County High school in May 2020. He enrolled in the Network Administrator/Security program at West Virginia Junior College, immediately following his high school graduation.  He chose this program due to his love and passion for computers. He has been intrigued since he was little about “how a computer really works.” Emery is excited that this...

Rachael Salvucci – Academic Dean

October 2, 2020 | WVJC Staff

Hi everyone! My name is Rachael Salvucci, your new academic dean. However, this is not my first time being part of the WVJC family. I’ve actually been teaching at WVJC since 2013 as an online adjunct instructor. Some of you have probably had me for English Comp or Research and Writing.  I am very excited to be here with all...

Trent Stewart – Graduate Highlight

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Recent West Virginia Junior College graduate Trent Stewart recalls weighing his options and searching diligently for the right college after graduating from high school. He had the opportunity to take some basic coding and graphic design classes during high school at a vocational facility and decided he wanted to pursue a program that he thought was “the right start for...

Clinical Medical Assistant Program

September 25, 2020 | WVJC Staff

The Clinical Medical Assistant program at West Virginia Junior College prepares students for careers in the medical field in a short term, 18-month program.  Successful medical assistants are dependable, have strong communication skills, demonstrate initiative, and are compassionate while providing patient care. WVJC medical assisting students receive hands-on training that includes taking patients’ vital signs, drawing blood, giving injections, performing...

Congrats Pam!

| WVJC Staff

WVJC Bridgeport is proud to congratulate Nursing Director Pam Wilson, MSN on the completion of her Master’s Degree in Nursing Education from Western Governors University. Pam has been employed at the Bridgeport campus since 2014 when she began teaching in the Clinical Medical Assistant Program. She then assisted in the development of the Practical Nursing Program that began in 2015....

How to Enroll in Fall Classes
in the Covid-19 Era

September 18, 2020 | WVJC Staff

Covid-19—it is on everyone’s mind as the pandemic continues to sweep the nation. One may wonder how it will affect going to college. It is a valid concern in the age of uncertainty. We are taking all necessary safety precautions when it comes to Covid-19 at WVJC. Students, staff, and faculty all wear masks indoors. Everyone gets their temperature taken...