Fred W. Eberle Technical Center Accepts WV High School Students
Fred W. Eberle Technical Center in Buckhannon, WV, accepts high school students from Barbour, Lewis, and Upshur Counties for one- and two-year career training programs. These programs allow students to prepare for the workforce.
FETC programs provide in-class and hands-on experience, along with teaching students the ins and outs of business and industry.
Career Training for Post-Secondary Students
Finding the right career immediately after high school is challenging and stressful. With the pressure of trying to find the best career path to take, Fred W. Eberle Technical Center offers technical programs to help you prepare for a future career. The need for tradesmen is constantly rising, and the programs at FETC are set to provide hands-on training and experience for our students.
If you are looking for an affordable and fulfilling education, visit FETC, or view our course catalog to find the right program for you. We accept students from Buckhannon, Elkins, Roanoke, and the surrounding North Central West Virginia areas.
Fred W. Eberle Technical Center Serves North Central West Virginia
Founded in 1968, Fred W. Eberle Technical Center, FETC, is the first multi-county career technical center established in West Virginia. FETC works to promote education and intellectual growth in all students. FETC provides career training to prepare you for a job after high school, or to help you further your career. If you are looking to gain skills and hands-on experience in your preferred field, FETC is for you.