Blue Ridge Community and Technical College Foundation

The Blue Ridge Community and Technical College Foundation is designed to support, benefit, and expand educational opportunities available to students. Thanks to the support of our invaluable community and strategic business and industry partners, the Foundation continues to support students on their academic journey.

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

 

Mission

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.

Resources are essential to 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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Success Story

Blue Ridge CTC has a small school feel with many options in Allied Health.

The Medical Assisting program offered a great externship in pain management. The HIM program provided experience in Patient Financial Services. I gained experience taking vital signs, working with Excel, Medisoft, and Allscripts.
Classes are small, and the instructors have many years of experience. There are many options with Ed2go and opportunities in the Fast Track program. I have already taken 3 Ed2go classes, Introduction to Excel, Computers in the Workplace, and Outlook.

– Lynne Smeltzer

Contact Information

Contact us for information on scholarships and giving opportunities. We look forward to working with you. 

Board Members

Ken Barton President Steptoe & Johnson,  PLLC
Stephanie Harvey Vice President  
Stephanie Harvey Vice President
Matt Close Treasurer BTM CPAs, PLLC
Dr. Peter Checkovich   Blue Ridge CTC Founding President
Anne Myers Foundation Director  
John Beatty    
Tina Combs   Martinsburg Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce
Elaine Guttmann    
Paul Guttmann    
Dr. Trudie Holder    
Teresa McCabe   WVU Medicine Foundation
Denise Phelps   First United Bank & Trust
Steve Roach   Roach Energy, ROCS Local Market
Scott Saunders   Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
Jim Sears   First Energy
Sandy Sponaugle   Platinum PR
Dr. Ann Shipway   Blue Ridge CTC Non-voting Member

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