Changing careers in today’s economy often means going back to college to learn new skills. Community colleges are usually the first place to which career changers turn, and not just because they’re a good value.
College for adult learners
Community colleges have served adult learners for decades. We understand the challenges faced by older students who often have family and job responsibilities.
With its affordable tuition, evening and online courses, and experience serving older students, West Virginia Northern Community College is your best choice for gaining the skills and credentials to advance your career and enrich your life.
Career starters and career changers
WVNCC offers a number of two-year degree programs to prepare you for immediate entry into a career. Many of these programs also offer one-year certificates.
In addition to degree-credit programs, the college’s Continuing Education component offers multiple ways to get training for entry-level positions that don’t require a degree. For the entire range of non-credit options, see the current issue of the Continuing Education class schedule online at www.wvncc.edu.