Jason Perry, RCC’s VP of Workforce Development department and Matthew Brent, a history faculty member, earned their doctorate degrees.
Rappahannock’s Workforce and Community Development Center provides high-quality, cost-effective, flexible, comprehensive and responsive programs designed around business, industry and your education needs.
Our customized training teaches our neighbors in the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck hands-on skills for immediate application in the workplace.
We offer classes and programs that can help develop you for careers and promotions.
Contact Workforce Development today. We will start working for you!
- Residential Wiring – 8/6/19 Through 9/19/19
- Machining 101 – 8/27/19 through 10/24/19
- Law Enforcement & First Responders UAS Certificate Program 9/9 – 9/13/19
- Commercial & Industrial Refrigeration and Electrical Systems 9/17/19 – 11/12/19
DiaKeshia Brooks, a recent graduate of RCC’s truck-driving program, will soon have the job of driving a “big rig” like this one.
On November 15, a “Workforce Connect” event, sponsored by the RCC’s Office of Career and Transition Services, was held on the Glenns Campus.