Eastern and AP220 Works With Pilgrim’s Pride to Train Workforce

Front row (l to r): Haile Wolday, John Belt, David Smarick, AP220 Consortium Director, Chuck Terrell, President of Eastern
 Second row: Michael Hockensmith, Luke Myers, Jeremy Kraus, Henry Cook, Industrial Maintenance Technology Instructor, Corey Cook, Marshall Hottle

By Jean A. Flanagan
Moorefield Examiner

Pilgrim’s Pride had a problem. The company needed trained industrial maintenance people – folks who could repair and maintain the machines that process the chicken.

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College and the America’s Promise 220 consortium had the solution. Provide a certified Industrial Maintenance course, on site at Pilgrim’s.

Problem solved.

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