By Barrington Tolliver Potomac Job Corps Center Cement trade students engaged in the hands on safety and concrete training along with their instructor. Students in the picture went through the process of identifying several spots on campus that were in need of review and support. After careful planning and understanding the importance of this task [...]

Deja Wallace Age: 22 Hometown: Williamsburg, VA Region: Philadelphia Center: Blue Ridge Dates enrolled: 8/23/2016- 4/19/2017 Training: CMA, MOS, Insurance Claims Processor Deja Marie Wallace enrolled at Blue Ridge Job Corps in August, 2016. She was twenty years old at the time, and had been working as a server at Ruby Tuesday since graduating from [...]

On the April 8th, Melinda Gibbons Prunty, State Representative of 15th District, swung by Muhlenberg Job Corps for a meeting.  Rep. Gibbons Prunty met with Brian Hancock, the new Business Community Liaison at Muhlen­berg Job Corps Center. One thing he wanted to discuss was how to assist students better who age out of foster care. [...]

Tuesday, April 9, the Perkins students and staff partnered with the American Red Cross to hold its 2nd blood drive of the year. The Students and Staff donated over 25 usable pints of blood for the drive. With April being National Volunteer Month Carl D. Perkins was happy to team up with the American Red [...]

April 15th, 2019

Potomac Job Corps Center students are preparing the concrete machine to be used on the facility grounds. Each student participated in making sure the concrete grinder machine was operating correctly for usage. The instructor made sure each student was safe and wearing their PPE’s.

Center Director, Pete LaFleur, brought more than just a storied career in Job Corps, he also brought his passion for the skill of gardening. 2019 brings the third year of Pete’s Gardening Club at Muhlenberg Job Corps. Each year, the number of students has increased in the Gardening Club. The size of the club is [...]

Kassidy Cobb, a 16 year old Muhlenberg county girl, noticed a need for cemetery preservation a couple of years ago. Kassidy, who loves her community, felt the utmost historical importance for cleaning up a few cemeteries was a good idea. She noticed a few of them were overgrown by weeds, brambles, and low-lying vegetation due [...]

By Barrington Tolliver Potomac Job Corps Center is excited to show their first MYPACE class. This is an historic event for Potomac Job Corps Center Panther family. Changing the way the center focuses on individual career goals and accomplishing them will become easier with the use of technology and software. This will be a great incentive [...]

David Harris, from Louisville, Kentucky, stopped by Muhlenberg Job Corps to give an important message. His message to the CDL students was “stay the course.”   David explained to the enrolled students that his time at Muhlenberg Job Corps was so worth the hard work and effort. David started in November of 2016 in the Heavy [...]

Whitney Young Job Corps health career training student, Jaewon Smoot, completes two technical trades Clinical Medical Assistant and Certified Nurse Assistant. Mr. Smoot has also earn his Patient Care Technician (PCT) which the health industry is seeking to work in hospitals. Mr. Smoot receives a White Medical coat and medical supplies for completing and obtaining [...]