On Tuesday, November 5, 2019 Student Government Association students at Carl D. Perkins Job Corps Center attended Camp Horizons leadership conference held in Harrisonburg, VA. Students were invited to step out of their comfort zones and into their challenge zones; and challenged they were. Through a rigorous agenda full of small and large group interactions [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps celebrated the accomplishments of 29 graduates on November 6th with ceremonies at the center.  Graduates shared their big moment with family members, students, and staff that attended the ceremony. Graduate speaker, Katherine Gardiner, completed the Medical Office Support curriculum, passed the National Health Association Certification, the Electronic Health Records Certification, and attended [...]

Camri Mixon was homeless in Nashville, TN, before she enrolled at Muhlenberg Job Corps. In just a few days, she will walk across the stage at the center’s graduation as the class valedictorian, having completed her Certified Clinical Medical Assistant training program and additional training for Phlebotomy Technician and Electrocardiogram Technician. When Mixon was homeless, [...]

By Barrington Tolliver Potomac Job Corps Center welcomed comedian and motivational speaker Joe Clair to the center to speak to students about choices, decisions, and goals. Joe Clair is stand-up an Actor. American Comedian, Radio Personality, and VJ. He spoke to students about encouraging themselves to do better when all others don’t understand your vision.  Understanding that each [...]

Community Service is an important part of on and off center life at the Clearfield Job Corps. Recently, 18 Staff and Students delivered boxes of used clothing, coats and bedding to the Lantern House Shelter in Ogden. These items were much needed at the shelter and will provide comfort to so many this cold winter.

Students from the Clearfield Job Corps Center build light boxes for students at the local elementary school near center.  These boxes will provide support to elementary students in their art classes. In additional, $500 worth of supplies were also donated to the school.

Members of the Clearfield Student Government and staff delivered 103 boxes of old linens to Lantern House in Ogden UT which were donated from community partner Linen Supply. Linen Supply. This donation will providing bedding for many at the Shelter.

Carl D. Perkins students celebrate Red Ribbon Week by committing to be drug free not just for one week but all year long. Y2Y students kicked off Red Ribbon Week by attending the Prestonsburg City Council Meeting on Monday October 21, 2019 at 6pm where Mayor Les Stapleton alongside his 8 council members signed a [...]

October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and as every year during this time, Blue Ridge Job Corps does its part to support this wonderful cause. This month staff and students engaged in a variety of activities both on and off center to help not only raise awareness, but to assist monetarily in stamping out [...]

By Barrington Tolliver In the photo above Potomac Job Corps Center continues to support student achievement through U.S. Armed forces. To make sure that each student has a successful future Potomac has partnered with Army Recruiters in Washington D.C.