Welcome to the New River Community and Technical College business partner page. New River CTC takes pride in providing highly trained students to fill the needs of the growing workforce in our service region and state. Our goal at the college is to build innovative training for the future, provide productive customized training for employers and invite businesses to join us in creating the best employees possible.

We welcome your business and industry to our beautiful campuses to participate in our Workforce Breakfast Round-Up meetings, advisory committees and develop internships to provide on the job experiences for students.

– Dr. Jerry Wallace, Dean of Workforce, Technical and Community Education

Dr. Jerry Wallace
Dean of Workforce, Technical
and Community Education
527 Odd Road
Ghent, WV 25843
304-929-5485
jwallace@newriver.edu
Gloria D. Kincaid
Program Specialist
653 Church Street
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304-793-6101
gkincaid@newriver.edu
Brian Sampson
Program Specialist
527 Odd Road
Ghent, WV 25843
304- 929-5009
bsampson@newriver.edu

Workforce Breakfast Roundups:

April 29 – Raleigh County Campus, Beaver May 2, Greenbrier Valley Campus, Lewisburg
April 30 – Mercer County Campus, Princeton May 3, Nicholas County Campus, Summersville

“Region 1 Workforce Development Board is proud to be a partner in success with NRCTC.  Together we engage local employers to develop a skilled workforce to meet labor demands and to promote economic growth.”

“Partnering with New River Community and Technical College to enhance the knowledge and skills required for pipe welding by offering on the job training in the pipeline industry.”

–Michael Bolton, West Virginia Pipeline, Inc.

“New River Community and Technical College is preparing students for great careers in the utility industry and Appalachian Power is proud to be a partner in this program.”

– Mike Wilson

“New River Community and Technical College is preparing students for great careers in the utility industry and Appalachian Power is proud to be a partner in this program.”

– Mike Wilson

“New River CTC has a vital role in a healthy economy and workforce development for West Virginia and beyond.”

– Matthew Turman, Vice President of Operations – Sophia Technifab Services, Inc.