To review the Alliance’s latest Project Summary view: Alliance Highlights June 2020

Ongoing Projects, include: 

40-TOP Virtual Roundtable Series
Developed during the COVID-19 Pandemic as a way to keep West Virginians connected and informed, the 40-TOP Roundtable Series directly links West Virginia leaders to residents. It is free and open to all, but space is limited for each session to ensure thoughtful dialogue. Topics have included: Recovery resources, voting, small business relief, higher education resources, women’s issues, West Virginia trade and children and families resources. Register Here to secure your seat!

Small Communities, BIG Solutions Conference – Save the Date November 16, 2020
An annual conference that connects West Virginians to the projects that are working well in our state. This networking and professional development session brings government leaders, higher education experts and community leaders together to share best practices. To access conference updates, click here.

2020 Snapshot: Southern WV Small Business Leaders
Through nine regional Chambers of Commerce and two county EDA offices, West Virginia business leaders were invited to participate in the Alliance for the Economic Development of Southern West Virginia’s first industry survey entitled Southern West Virginia Business Leaders. This survey was designed to gage the current issues of small businesses in southern West Virginia and identify potential opportunities for growth. To view the full report of findings click here.

Southern West Virginia Collegiate Peer Recovery Network
This is a project of the Alliance for the Economic Development of Southern West Virginia is a joint venture among West Virginia’s southern colleges and universities to better connect the educational resources and workforce training offered in southern West Virginia to promote the region, eliminate redundancies and share best practices, improve the quality of life for area residents, create jobs, keep West Virginia’s talent pool in the state and revitalize southern communities. To learn more about out collegiate peer recovery network click here.