Empowering careers through education and innovation

Welcome to Hampton University’s Workforce Development and Allied Health Services, where our customized programs are dedicated to enhancing the Hampton Roads Workforce. Explore our diverse range of certificate and associate programs designed to help you succeed. To get started, all you need is to be 17 years of age and, for some programs, a high school diploma or GED.

Awarded Grants

America Welding Society

The AWS Foundation is committed to securing the future of the welding industry by positively impacting welding education. The Welding Workforce Grant is the latest effort to ensure a skilled workforce is ready when industry calls. Grants of up to $25,000 are available to improve and expand training programs and institutions to increase the number of welding graduates across the country.

Bank of America


Propane Education Research Council (PERC) – More Information

Hampton University’s Workforce Development department will be awarded a $10K grant from the Propane Education Research Council (PERC) to start a new Propane course that will be offered through our Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technology program.  The grant also provides professional development training for our Lead HVAC Instructor and funding to purchase Propane equipment to support the program.  We are excited to offer our first Propane class in Fall 2023.

Truist Bank


Department of Educational from Congressman Bobby Scott


Enrollment Specialist

Raegan Thomas

Lead Welding Instructor

Kyle Kenreigh

Lead HVAC Instructor

George Rasberry IV

Financial Aid

Tuition assistance programs are available.