Potomac JCC’s Student Government opened the school store on August 7, 2018.    Redford Salmon, Center Director, and Kathy Aumann, Deputy Center Director did the red ribbon cutting with a ceremony to follow.  The school store will be selling chips, candy, sodas, and juice.  Eventually, the school store will be selling personal hygiene items as well.

Whitney Young Job Corps student, Trashawn Lux, is now enrolled at Jefferson Technical Community College and started classes today! Trashawn is an outstanding young lady who has completed her CNA and CMA courses and is excited to pursue her education in the health industry. While living on campus, Lux will be a full-time student taking [...]

Whiney Young Pharmacy tech student, Mollie Hayes, took action that will propel her for a promising future. After graduating from high school in Grayson County, Kentucky Hayes was not really doing anything positive or making good choices. But after a friend told Hayes about the great opportunities at Job Corps he had received, she looked [...]

Whitney Young Job Corps students participated in a blood drive on August 7th to help save lives. The American Read Cross and Whitney Young Job Corps partnered to coordinate a blood drive in which the health trade students were able to not only give blood, but also help with the intake process. John Davis, Account [...]

Office administration students at the Carl D. Perkins Job Corps recently helped others at the Warco Housing Complex in Langley, KY by teaching skills learned in their career technical training class on center. On July 17, the Perkins Job Corps Office Administration students assisted residents with basic computer skills such as setting up emails and [...]

My father wanted me to go into the military. I felt the military wasn’t the right fit for me because I was a military kid and knew what it was like. So I decided to go to Job Corps. I entered Office and Administration trade at Potomac Job Corps Center and finished. After the completion [...]

Amanda Short, found out about the Perkins Job Corps Program, and contacted staff to learn more. Amanda knew that in order to provide a better life for her 3 children she would have to make a change. Amanda completed the enrollment requirements and began her journey to get her high school diploma, and Certified Nurses [...]

On August 1, 2018, the Rich Valley Fair held its first annual Senior Health Fair sponsored by Ballad Health. The event was open to the public at no charge, and was an effort to reach the elderly in the area to inform them about various health care options and organizations near them. Blue Ridge Job [...]

(l-r) Mia Scott and Jasmin Christian (l-r front row) Mrs. Williams, Pharmacy Tech Instructor, Stephen Frazier, (back row) Mia Scott, Jasmin Christian and Mariah Parmely

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