The West Virginia Business College’s Nutter Fort Campus hosted its quarterly student seminar Dec. 5. Guest speakers included Michael Burnside from the Harrison County Probation Office, Denise Moss, a WVBC student, and Frances Halterman from Davis Health System. Presentations were made on the West Virginia Court System, drug rehabilitation, how to apply for jobs, interviewing tips and the importance of staying in school to graduate. WVBC faculty, staff and students were in attendance. Pictured are Frances Halterman, left, from Davis Health System and Amanda Harsh, right, the career services representative at WVBC.