PCS Governor’s Workforce Credential Honorees

PCS Governor’s Workforce Credential Honorees
Posted on 05/29/2019
Putnam Career & Technical Center's 2019 Governor’s Workforce Credential Honorees

West Virginia Career and Technical Education (CTE) students have unique post-secondary opportunities to showcase their high-quality technical skills and academic achievements through the Governor’s Workforce Credential, National Technical Honors Society, and scholarships. 

The Governor’s Workforce Credential signifies a student’s knowledge of business processes within a Simulated Workplace environment. The West Virginia Governor endorses only the top CTE completers in the state for their achievements in academics, technical training and work readiness.

The criteria to earn this credential is as follows: Obtain a 3.5 GPA in CTE program, Attain a 95% attendance rate, Earn all industry  certifications listed by program in WVDE Policy 2520.13; Pass all drug screens, Achieve a 95% score on CTE portfolio, and meet the cut-score on the NOCTI technical assessment for the program of study.

Congratulations to the following Putnam County students who were awarded the 2019 Governor’s Workforce Credential! 

KAITLYN DILLARD, Accounting

NATHANIEL RAY KEEN, HVAC Technician

JAMES SHAMBLIN, Electrical Technician

JOHNNY TRAIL III, Electrical Technician

ZACHARY BURKE, Electrical Technician

JOSHUA ENNIS, Carpentry

DENA TUCKER, Allied Health

DESTINY SAUNDERS, Allied Health

JASMINE BOWLES, Allied Health

JORDAN GRANT, Allied Health

MILLENIA OWEN, Allied Health

MATTHEW LESTER, Emergency and Firefighting Management Services

JARED LEGG, Welding

MATTHEW ATKINSON, Welding

HUNTER PARSONS, Automotive Technology

JAMES MCCALLISTER, Information Management/Microsoft Computer Applications Specialist