The Shenandoah Valley is home to twelve colleges and universities that strengthen the workforce and enrich the cultural vitality of the region. High academic standards, new technologies, and the application of classroom learning to real world situations prepare regional graduates to enter the job market as educated and skilled professionals. Businesses look to the Shenandoah Valley's colleges and universities for an educated workforce of 24,000 annual graduates.
Regional Colleges and Universities:
Regional Career and Technical Centers provide Career and Technical Education (CTE) curricula to our local high school student populations, as well as offering adult continuing education programs, trade-industry certifications and a wealth of related training options.
Career and Technical Centers
If you are seeking education or training opportunities for your employees or yourself, search the Shenandoah Valley Education and Training Database for programs offered in the Shenandoah Valley. Search education and training programs by keyword, program type, certification or degree.
Don't see what you're looking for? Contact the Shenandoah Valley Partnership at 540-568-3100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education and training providers can register for a login to add education and training programs to the database and existing users can login to manage programs.
|Program Name||Categories||Provider (Institution)|
|Making High-Quality Decisions||Business/Marketing Leadership Management Non-credit Certificate||Lord Fairfax Community College|
|Middle School Education||Education Masters Degree||JMU Graduate School|
|Electrical Level 4 Apprenticeship||Electrical Non-credit Certificate||Lord Fairfax Community College|
|Access Level 2||Computer and Electronics Non-credit Certificate||Lord Fairfax Community College|
|Microsoft Access Level 2||Computer and Electronics Information Technology Non-credit Certificate||Lord Fairfax Community College|