Before the sun came up on May 17, 2019, a group of Blue Ridge Job Corps students were already on their way to making a difference in the community. The group of nine students, along with Business Community Liaison Jordan Loupe arrived at the Mountain Empire Airport in Rural Retreat, VA at 5:00 a.m. to [...]

The Phoenix Job Corps Center won two awards in recognition for their efforts and hard work in participating in quarterly blood drives. The center was one of 40 corporations out of 1,400 to receive the Hero award. The center also won the Valentine’s for Life Award for 60 or more percent participation for the quarter. [...]

By Barrington Tolliver Potomac Job Corps Center cement students featured in this picture are working on the beautification of the center. Preparation to the cement on the center sidewalks was in need of review and revising. The cement instructor put a plan together help support safety, training, and learning. The campus sidewalk began to shows signs or structure [...]

Shelly Sam left Phoenix Job Corps with a high school diploma, a job at CVS Healthcare and an overall fresh start on life.  The 20-year-old entered PJCC in the Computer Tech A+ program on February 13, 2018 and left in August 2018. “I went in with the mentality that I’m going to do better for [...]

On May 15, the U.S. Military partnered with the Whitney Young Job Corps Center to host a successful Military Fair. The representatives of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines were present to discuss career opportunities after completing Whitney Young Job Corps. Over a hundred students had the opportunity to learn more about the experiences [...]

Jenasica Woods completed her Clinical Medical Assistant technical training and now is now employed with Kentucky Blood Center in Louisville, KY as a Phlebotomist. Ms. Woods begins her new role on June 3 and is very excited to start her career in the health industry. Prior to obtaining her career technical training, Woods worked full-time [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps held its graduation on April 25th with 44 students graduating from the program. This class, like most, didn’t disappoint and had a few worth some honorable mention. DeTriawn Wade, graduate speaker, has returned to Memphis, TN, and plans on furthering his education by attending college to be a Physical Therapist. This class [...]

On March 7, 2019, the Career Transition Services Department (CTS) hosted its monthly Mock Interviews. They were assisted by the Staff of CVS Pharmacy. In all, 65 students went through the interview process. At the finale of the interviews, feedback was provided by the CVS personnel. On April 4, 2019, over 70 students participated in [...]

Diversicare, a nursing home in Greenville, Kentucky, celebrated Nursing Home Week with a little flare. One of the events for the week, is the annual Wheel Chair Parade.  This year health trade students from Muhlenberg Job Corps spent their day participating in the event. Staff and residents worked together in taking a wheelchair and making [...]

When Brian Hancock, Muhlenberg BCL, invited Adam Lynch, Staff Recruiter for Perdue Farms for a tour neither knew what to expect. Adam Lynch said that he had no idea of how top notch the Muhlenberg campus was until his tour on April 3rd. Adam then returned the request and invited Muhlenberg staff to visit the [...]