Valley Career Hub is a collaborative effort among the business, education, and economic development communities in the Shenandoah Valley to broaden awareness of high-demand, high-growth, high-wage careers in our region and promote local training opportunities for these careers.
Not sure where to start? The Shenandoah Valley Partnership partnered with WHSV-TV3 on a campaign to promote In-Demand Local Career Opportunities in the Valley. The careers featured are high-wage, high-growth, high-demand jobs that do not necessarily require a four-year degree, but do require further education after high school.
Watch videos shown on WHSV-TV3.
Whatever you are passionate about, you can find a great career. Dream it. Do it. Virginia provides tools to help you check out the types of jobs that are right for your skills, your attitudes, your interests and your passions. Dream it. See what jobs and resources are out there to make it happen. Then do it!
The Shenandoah Valley is home to 11 institutions of higher learning, eight career and technical centers and numerous specialty training programs. Most high-growth, high-demand careers today require education or credentialing beyond high school, but not necessarily a four-year degree.
Find the perfect training provider for the career of your choice using the Shenandoah Valley Education and Training Database -- a searchable data base of education and training programs in the Shenandoah Valley.
Discuss career options with a workforce professional, high school career coach or college/university career services representative. Visit any one of the following to find professionals who can walk you through your options: