Fred G. Acosta HBI program students are working with volunteers to build 8 hours in 8 days starting on Thursday, October 20, 2016.  The projects are the Habitat for Humanity Tucson Blitz Day, building 8 houses in 8 days.  Students are in the the following programs:  Building Contruction Technology (BCT), Electrical Wiring (EW), Plumbing (PL ), Heating Ventillation Air [...]

Carl D. Perkins Students work a variety weekend events that involved Zombies, Science Activities and Sesame Street. Carl D. Perkins is quick to respond when there is a need for their help. Over the weekend of October14-15, students worked an array of community events, that enables them to practice what they have learned in the [...]

Carl D. Perkins uses the Jenny Wiley Festival held in Prestonsburg, KY October 6-8 to do community outreach. Perkins Business Community Liaison Jimmie Wilson, along with Outreach Admissions Counselor Valerie Ratliff, Student Government Association students Dionte Blake and Cierra Holder have booth set up during the festival activities to inform and educate the community about [...]

Perkins Job Corps Center staff and students run to help with research for diabetes. Perkins staff and students spent a rainy and cold Saturday morning, running for a cause. Ms. Beverly Compton and her Advanced Security Class, along with Perkins business community liaison Jimmie Wilson and Finance Director Tracy Kute, completed the 5k, with several [...]

Carl D. Perkins reading Instructors take advantage of Halloween month to make learning fun and a little spooky. Students in Ms. Betty Bartlett’s reading class along with Ms. Deborah Osborne’s Reading class and Tiffany Halls math class have been reading “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving. As an enrichment activity, the three instructors [...]

Cheers: Congrats to Jacksonville Job Corps grads Congratulations to the latest graduates of the Jacksonville Job Corps, which continues to tirelessly provide area young adults with training and workforce skills.  Recently, 86 Job Corps students completed the program, many of whom took part in a summer graduation ceremony held at the downtown Main Library.  In [...]

Robert Harger found his life spiraling out of control when one day he learned about the free training opportunities offered through the Job Corps program.  He decided to enroll into the heavy truck driving course at the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center to obtain his Class B license.  His trade instructors were so impressed with his [...]

Feeding NE Florida works to feed children, seniors, veterans and families that struggle with hunger by connecting millions of pounds of rescued food to a network of over 180 social service agencies.  Working with major grocer partners and with the help of volunteers and monetary donations they are making headway in their core strategy.  Students from the [...]

Every year across the country community colleges and high schools host events to recognize National Manufacturing Day. This day highlights the US manufacturing industry and exposes students to the career pathways available in this industry. The skills that Auto Body Collision and Repair students learn, including welding and painting metal, are skills that can be [...]

The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center recently developed a new Work Based Learning and Leisure Time Employment partnership with ARC Automotive, Inc., of Morgantown.  ARC Automotive is a global manufacturer that produces a full line of automotive airbag inflators, with 60 years of design expertise and inflator technology. Currently, the center has thirty eight students working [...]