Muhlenberg Job Corps Center held a graduation ceremony on December 6th, honoring the accomplishments of 26 new graduates. These graduates completed their career technical training programs, amassing new skills and certifications that make them sought-after employees, and, in the case of students who had yet to complete high school when they enrolled in MJCC, earned [...]

On December 11th, the Clearfield Job Corps Center honored over 60 Top Dawg Recipents from the Trades, UAW, Academics and Work Base Learning programs at the Top Dawg Luncheon. Center Director Gary Vesta kicked off the event by welcoming everyone and offering an inspirational message to the studnets on a job well done. Studnets should [...]

Whitney Young Job Corps operated under Horizons Youth Services trained Brick student, Darius Cryer, age 20, to become a top choice for a promising career. Gray Construction located in Lexington, KY was looking for construction talent that could grow into management in years down the pike. After touring the center and interviewing several students, they [...]

Whitney Young Job Corps welding graduate, Randy Jones, is a hard worker, but lacked the education he needed to secure solid employment. Prior to attending Whitney Young Job Corps Randy went to Bryan Station High School in Lexington, KY where he enjoyed US History, reading, biology and was good in math. Randy did not receive [...]

On November 23rd, five Clearfield Job Corps Students attended Transgiving Game Night at the Moore Good Ideas in Clearfieldwe attended 11/23/18. Students that attended participated in dinner followed by various table top games Students had a wonderful time and there are already students asking when the next time we will attend will be. The event [...]

Its a Win for the Bulldogs!

December 11th, 2018

The Bulldog Girls and Boys Basketball Teams brought all their school spirit and did an amazing job playing against the Weber Basin Job Corps Center. Both of our Bulldog Men’s and Women’s basketball teams WON! Great school spirit and sportsmanship was brought by all!

The CJCC SGA winter coat drive ran from from November 5-9. On November 21st, the studnets took over 100 items (coats, shoes, boots, hats, gloves, mats, and blankets to name a few) to the Road Home Shelter in Salt Lake City. The coat drive donations took up an entire 14 passenger bus! The shelter was [...]

At Pittsburgh Job Corps for the month of November, Alpha Jalloh won the Center Director’s Award. Alpha is an ELL student who came to the United States from Gambia in 2015. During his time at PJCC, he has served as an active member of Y2Y, Peer Court, and the CSIO Incentive Committee. Alpha acts as [...]

PJCC Gives Back to Veterans

December 11th, 2018

In recognition of Veteran’s Day, over 50 students at the Pittsburgh Job Corps Center wrote thank you letters to the residents of the Southwestern Veterans Association. The recreation department also got involved, holding an art project to make homemade wreathes. A group of student visited the residents, passing out the letters and wreathes while meeting [...]

Toys for Tots

December 11th, 2018

Pittsburgh Job Corps know the importance of giving back to the community, especially around the holiday season. PJCC SGA students recently volunteered their time at a local Toys for Tots store. They spent time unloading trucks and organizing the store for the shoppers. Students worked to fill orders for local churches of toys that will [...]