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Aquaculture students receive professional badge

Rappahannock Community College and the Virginia Tech Center for Economic and Community Engagement announced that students who completed the “Promoting Careers in Aquaculture” program have received their digital professional badges. This program was funded by GO Virginia.

The professional badge is newly created for the program and verified by Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education. This program, in partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School, supports students interested in a career in Virginia’s shellfish aquaculture industry.

The program consists of three complementary learning experiences unfolding over five months, including online learning, a summer program for aquaculture training (SPAT) and a summer internship with local shellfish aquaculture industry.

The first portion of the course established a baseline knowledge of the shellfish aquaculture business. Over a period of eight weeks, students learned the basics of shellfish aquaculture in Virginia...

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