Berkeley County Community Education Outreach Service
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Berkeley County CEOS members impact our community and are part of a larger statewide fabric of CEOS (Community, Education and Outreach Service) members improving West Virginia.
About Berkeley County CEOS
Our members are folks just like you, living, working, playing and volunteering in Berkeley County. We are active participants in life and in our communities.
Join CEOS,because you haven’t stopped learning and because your community needs you. Berkeley CEOS members like to:
- learn and grow personally
- share our knowledge
- be of help to others
- make lifelong friends and have fun
The first Berkeley County Club formed in 1919 and is active to this day! Originally called the Farm Women’s Club, many early CEOS members were female. However, absolutely anyone who shares our vision and wants to actively participate is most welcome to join a Berkeley County CEOS club.
Our local CEOS members maximize the impact of every dollar given, every hour of service, and every lesson learned. In 2019, Berkeley County CEOS members collectively:
- performed 12,500 volunteer hours
- read over 3,000 books
- logged 500 hours of continuing education classes
- shared thousands of dollars in financial contributions
- donated hundreds of items impacting many local non-profit organizations
About West Virginia CEOS
All About Community Educational Outreach Service
Members of WVCEOS are people like you!
Together, members conduct and participate in motivating educational activities that help members continue education, serve their community and socialize. Join the CEOS organization by calling your local WVU Extension office and start making a difference today.
A statewide club supporting West Virginia since 1914
WVCEOS is a voluntary, nonprofit organization functioning in cooperation with West
Virginia University Extension. It is one of the largest educational organizations
in the nation.
Over the past decade, West Virginia CEOS members performed more than 5.6 million
hours of service for communities in need.
CEOS program areas of emphasis include preserving the environment, building family strengths, and increasing awareness of our global interdependence.
Through dedicated service and continued education, CEOS members strengthen
individuals, families and communities across West Virginia.
In West Virginia, the first club (then a Farm Women’s Club) was established on December 14, 1914. Today, approximately 2,000 members participate in this outstanding program, available in all 55 counties.