The college experience at WVU Tech includes a focus on experiential learning. Whether
that’s something as complex as a semester-long internship or a single day of giving
back to the community, putting skills to work in the real world is something every
student is encouraged to do.
For graduates like Drew Lytton, ’17, and Felipe Sozinho, ’16, that drive to build
experience beyond the classroom lasted well beyond graduation day. Today, the two
are working as hard as ever, earning graduate degrees on the Morgantown campus.
They’re also putting their skills to use as graduate assistants in the Benjamin
M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Sciences office of Enrollment Management