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Herald-Dispatch

Three of world’s top CEOs offer insight to success

HUNTINGTON — Over 1,800 people packed the historic Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center in downtown Huntington on Wednesday afternoon to hear insights and advice from four of the world’s top CEOs. Brad ...

Software training program accepting applications

HUNTINGTON — NewForce, a six-month, tuition-free software development training program, has opened applications for their third cohort in Huntington. NewForce is a partnership between Generation West ...

Keith J. Cotroneo: Mountwest invests in business, industry

By developing local partnerships, Mountwest Community and Technical College responds to our community's workforce needs to foster continued economic growth and improved quality of life in our area. ...

Open Invitation to India Amos published as an Op Ed in the Huntington Herald-Dispatch

We wrote an open invitation as a response to the Washington Post opinion piece, "I want to return to my home state, but West Virginia doesn't want me." Our piece was published as an opinion editorial ...

W.Va. fellowship program increases job opportunities

HUNTINGTON - In its second year, Generation West Virginia's Impact Fellowship program is more than doubling in size. "Eleven host companies from across the state have partnered with Generation West ...

Editorial: Efforts to attract, retain young talent much needed

West Virginia's continuing population decline is a big concern for everyone in the state. The Mountain State has had the biggest population loss of any state since the 2010 census - an estimated ...
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