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WorkForce West Virginia, WVU Parkersburg To Help Chemical Plant Workers Earn Degrees



WorkForce West Virginia and the state’s Community and Technical College system are partnering to help hourly workers earn a higher education.
The two organizations are working with the chemical company Chemours to help 300 of their Wood County workers earn associate degrees. The degree program was developed by the company along with the nearby West Virginia University Parkersburg.
WVUP’s Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement Torie Jackson says the program is the growth of an ongoing partnership.
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