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. Mountwest invests in student success and community prosperity by promoting community involvement, developing partnerships, responding to community needs, and fostering collaboration. A recent economic impact study, conducted by EMSI, a leading market analytics firm, estimated Mountwest's contribution to the region at $102 million annually.
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 in the Huntington Herald-Dispatch today.
HUNTINGTON - In its second year, Generation West Virginia's Impact Fellowship program is more than doubling in size.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (Oct. 30, 2016) – When Debra Stinson and Rebecca Hovemeyer graduated from Marshall University last May with degrees in technology, both thought they would have to leave the region to find employment.