Camp, Thomas Nelson, Tidewater to provide training resources for growing industries
The new Community College Workforce Cooperative (CCWC), a collaboration among three Hampton Roads community colleges, will create a single point of contact for accessing workforce training resources, Virginia Community Colleges
Stan Turbeville most recently worked for James Sprunt Community College in N.C.
Tidewater Community College in Norfolk has named Stan Turbeville as its vice president of institutional advancement. Turbeville brings 25 years of leadership experience to the post, including serving as vice
Re-Employing Virginians (REV) initiative will provide scholarships for training
For those whose employment has been impacted by the pandemic, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Friday that he is directing $30 million in federal CARES Act funding to workforce training programs
Network2Work coming to Shenandoah, Hampton Roads, Richmond
During the next two years Virginia will invest $1.7 million to expand the Network2Work workforce development initiative, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday. The commonwealth will partner with the Virginia Community
Public four-year colleges hold steady; private universities down 6.6%
Early estimates indicate that fall enrollment at Virginia’s community colleges is down nearly 10% compared to fall 2019, and down by 6.6% at private four-year universities, according to the State
Virginia Ready Initiative participants receive $1K stipends, interview opportunities
The Virginia Ready Initiative (VA Ready) announced Monday a program that will provide stipends for unemployed Virginians to attend community college programs in an effort to find new industry jobs
CollegeAnywhereVA.org will also connect students with advisers
Virginia’s Community Colleges (VCC) announced Wednesday it would launch an online portal, CollegeAnywhereVA.org, to connect current and prospective students to the more than 10,000 online courses that are offered through
Public, private and community colleges have canceled commencements.
The Virginia Community College System (VCCS) has canceled 2020 graduation ceremonies at all 23 state community colleges in light of federal guidance urging people to avoid social gatherings of more
Low- and middle-income students pursuing degrees in high-demand fields would be eligible.
Gov. Ralph Northam’s proposed budget will include $145 million to make community college tuition free for low- and middle-income students pursuing degrees in high-demand career fields, Northam announced Thursday. The