A three-hour credit course taught by local business leaders kicks off January 12 at West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
The Chamber announced Wednesday it's forming a partnership with WVUP to present the three-hour credit course.
It's goal is to present the practical side of business, explained by people from the local business community.
To get information on registering, you can contact the school's business and economics division.
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