High Technology Foundation President & CEO, Jim Estep featured on Inside West Virginia Politics to talk about the growth of West Virginia’s tech sector.
by Conor Griffith BUSINESS EDITOR FAIRMONT — Several of the Mountain State’s various strides and ongoing aspirations to enhance cybersecurity’s job-creating potential were detailed Wednesday morning at a working group meeting ...
If patience is a virtue, then Jim Estep may be the most virtuous man around. President and CEO of the High Technology Foundation, which has spearheaded technology development in North Central ...
by John Mark Shaver FAIRMONT NEWS EDITOR Aug 11, 2019 FAIRMONT — After years of finding funds and drawing up plans, the High Technology Foundation is ready to begin work on ...
President and CEO Jim Estep recently gave an overview of the High Technology Foundation to students visiting from Brazil who attended the LEGO Robotics competition.
Hundreds gathered this morning for a reception at the Robert H. Mollohan Research Center to commemorate the Redesignation of NASA’s Katherine Johnson IV&V Facility in Fairmont.  This is a sincere honor ...
by Charles Young SENIOR STAFF WRITER   FAIRMONT — NASA’s facility in Fairmont now bears the name of a pioneering African American and West Virginia native who was an instrumental part ...
by John Mark Shaver FAIRMONT NEWS EDITOR Apr 20, 2019 FAIRMONT — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is continuing its work in Fairmont in preparing to launch its next series ...
by James Estep  Apr 20, 2019 Three words define the priorities for the West Virginia economy — stabilize, maximize and diversify. We must stabilize the coal industry. We must maximize the ...
by John Mark Shaver FAIRMONT NEWS EDITOR Apr 20, 2019 FAIRMONT — Despite starting 2018 in bankruptcy, the High Technology Foundation has grown immensely over the past year, starting Phase III ...