BUCKHANNON – School is back in session! Fred W. Eberle Technical Center opened their doors on Thursday, August 18 for their first day of instruction of the 2022-2023 academic year.
Fred Eberle students could be seen flooding the hallways last Thursday, with excitement in their eyes for the upcoming opportunities of the new school year.
“It is the most exciting thing to have our students back on campus full-time,” said Rebecca Bowers-Call, Director of Fred Eberle. “We are happy to meet all our new first year students and enjoying catching up with our returning second year students. It promises to be a great year at FETC. Instructors are ready to get to work with their students with many projects planned for the school year.”
Serving students in North-Central West Virginia, Fred Eberle is a highly-accredited educational institution who is positively recognized by Barbour, Upshur and Lewis County Boards of Education and the West Virginia Department of Education.
Fred Eberle offers a variety of programs to high school and post-secondary (adult) students during the 2022-2023 academic year:
- Practical Nursing
- Truck Driving
- Diesel Equipment Technology
- Electrical Technician
- Allied Health
- Automotive Technology
- Collision Repair Technology
- Computer Systems Repair Technology
- HVAC Technician
- Therapeutic Services
Within each of these programs, the FETC mission is strongly upheld by instructors and administrators, alike: “to produce generations of knowledgeable, skillful, and productive professionals that will lead the way into the future.”
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Contact the FETC office at 304-472-1259 for more information about available programs, tuition rates and financial aid opportunities for students. The campus is located at 208 Morton Avenue in Buckhannon.