March 14 is Roanoke Valley Gives 2018, a day of giving throughout the community and of friendly competition on Virginia Western’s campus as students raise money for the Virginia Western Educational Foundation.
The Armed Forces Student Association, as the GOLD stars, challenges all other student clubs, represented as the BLUE stars, to a fund raising challenge to cross the bridge first. Bring your competitive spirit, loose change, and show of support for Virginia Western and the Virginia Western Educational Foundation by purchasing a star to display on the bridge, 50 cents for 1 star; $1 for 3 stars. Larger donations receive a thank you gift and membership in the annual student giving campaign.
All contributions from today and throughout the student giving campaign will be matched by Dr. Charles Steger, Chair of the Virginia Western Educational Foundation Board and former Virginia Tech president. Donate in person at the campus bridge on the March 14, 10 AM – 2 PM, or online at https://rvgives.givebig.org/c/rvgives/a/virginiawesternedu
Virginia’s Community Colleges and the Laborers’ International Union of North America have entered a partnership for recruitment, education and training of employees to work on the Mountain Valley Pipeline project. Virginia Western does not have a job training program for this project in place at this time. As information becomes available on job training courses and how students may enroll, it will be posted on this website and at Virginia Western’s social media accounts.
Virginia Western offers a wide variety of training programs designed to assist students with career preparation and professional development. Explore our homepage to see class offerings and visit our Workforce Solutions page to learn about accelerated courses designed to help those seeking employment: http://virginiawestern.edu/workforce/index.php.
Virginia Western Community College announces that registration is now open for its summer Kids College programs. A wide array of classes are available for students in rising grades 3rd through 10th.
Virginia Western’s Kids College programs offer summer classes in the areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) as well as the arts. Classes will have a project-based learning approach.
Popular returning classes are related to robotics, coding, game design and minecraft. Virginia Western instructors will teach several new classes including culinary, singing and stage techniques, astronomy, horticulture, and art & disease. The popular Black Rocket program offers new classes including Code Adventures, Roblox, and App IO. Younger students can enjoy fun and educational classes with Sciensational in Creative Engineering and participate in exciting Science Projects.
Summer courses are weeklong and run from 9 a.m. – Noon and from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Different camps are available each week starting June 18 and running through July 27. Register early to guarantee your spot!
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