Blue Ridge Community and Technical College

About the Foundation Relationships that begin at the Ridge!

For over four decades, Blue Ridge Community and Technical College has elevated the opportunities of alumni enriching the world with energy, ideas, and service. The relationships that begin on the Ridge forever connect alumni with their college, and with each other.


The Blue Ridge Community and Technical College Foundation assists the College in its mission by increasing financial resources and expanding educational opportunities through community advocacy, teamwork and innovation.

About the Foundation

Established in 2011, Blue Ridge Community and Technical College Foundation seeks to provide our diverse student population with collaborative programs and support services to improve quality of life and promote economic development in our service area.

As a community-centered college, our ambitions are mighty, but resources are essential to support our support our students on their paths of achievement. Whether you are a graduate, parent, corporate partner, or friend, your financial contributions create the blueprint for our future.

The Foundation was granted charitable status on March 30, 2012. Classified as tax exempt status under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our Employer Identification Number (EIN) is 27-4751626. The Blue Ridge CTC Foundation Board meets on a quarterly basis.


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Blue Ridge CTC Foundation
13650 Apple Harvest Drive
Martinsburg, WV 25403
304.260.4380 ext. 2423

Board Members

Ken Barton, ChairSteptoe & Johnson,  PLLC
Dr. Taylor Perry, Co-chair
Matt Close, TreasurerBTM CPAs, PLLC
John BeattyBank of Charles Town
Keith BusbyProcter & Gamble Tabler Station
Dr. Peter CheckovichBlue Ridge CTC Founding President
Tina CombsMartinsburg Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce
Elaine Guttmann
Paul Guttmann
Dr. Trudie Holder
Teresa McCabeWVU Medicine Foundation
Anne MyersFoundation Director
Steve RoachRoach Energy, ROCS Local Market
Scott SaundersHollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
Jim SearsFirst Energy
Sandy SponauglePlatinum PR
Jim WatsonWVU Foundation
Megan MichaelBlue Ridge CTC Non-voting Member
Dr. Craig MillerBlue Ridge CTC Non-voting Member
Dr. Ann ShipwayBlue Ridge CTC Non-voting Member


Success Story

The Electric Distribution Engineering Technology instructors teach from experience rather than theory and help you visualize yourself in the field. With their years of experience, they also help students with networking and provide continued support. By the time you graduate, the hands on training leaves you mentally and physically prepared to be a lineman. Now that I am in the field, the program has left me a step ahead of those without formal training.

- Corey Walsh

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