Springdale’s CNA students use volunteering to practice skills learned in the classroom.

Student Rubar Kareemi demonstrates how PIVOT Job Corps Center can move careers forward.

When Greg Howard, Alaska Job Corps Center’s current Water and Wastewater Treatment Instructor, first came to Job Corps in 2014, he was a student on a mission. He was determined to gain the knowledge and skills he needed to launch him into a career in water and wastewater treatment. Before Greg came to Alaska Job [...]

From Drugs to College Graduate. These are the words from Carl D. Perkins Job Corps student Jonathan Day. Day entered the Job Corp program after seeing a commercial about Job Corps. Day said, he had been praying for god to give him an answer to his prayers, he was struggling drug addiction , not working [...]

On May 12, 2017 the Carl D. Perkins Job Corps held its Spring graduation ceremony. Perkins had twenty one students that participated in the graduation ceremony, and had many family and friends travel to share their big day. Perkins was honored to have Commissioner of Workplace Standards for the state of Kentucky Mr. Ervin Dimeny. [...]

May -6 the Carl D. Perkins Job Corps Security & Protective Services students had a chance of a lifetime to work at the KY Derby. The Derby is one of the most prestigious and popular sporting events held. Students left for Louisville on Wednesday May 3, with Perkins chaperones Ms. Tracy Kute and Jeana McKenzie, [...]

On Friday, May 19th Potomac Job Corps Center held a luncheon to celebrate Faculty Appreciation Day.  The staff celebrated included teachers, instructors, and counselors.  Center Director Vazeen and Deputy Director Lesko expressed appreciation for the great work the faculty does educating Potomac’s students and preparing them for the rest of their lives.  Ms. Vazeen began [...]

Mother’s Day Event
The Muhlenberg Y2Y/SAVE Club went off center to Diversicare of Greenville. Diversicare is a Healthcare and Rehabilitation Elderly care Center. The Y2Y/SAVE Club students wanted to do something special on Mother’s Day. 4 Y2Y Ambassadors and 2 SGA Members, were invited to attend the Ladies Tea on Friday May 12th, 2017.
The students showed up with bouquet’s of Flowers and hand made cards for the wonderful lady residents of Diversicare. Each lady received a bouquet of Flowers as they entered the room, along with a card. The students spent time talking and sharing the day with ladies.
It was a wonderful experience for the Students as well as the Residents! The students were invited to come visit any time they wanted to.

On May 9th, 46 Potomac Job Corps Center students attended a career event at the McLean Hilton.  The students heard from several Hilton employees about careers in the industry and with the company.  A panel of employees shared personal career stories and answered some questions about working in the industry from students.  The students even [...]

Yesterday, May 10th, SJCC’s Business & Community Liaison held a booth at John D. Sloat Elementary School’s Career Day, explaining to the kids what Job Corps was from top to bottom. The kids asked a multitude of questions, and were so excited to know that it was right in their backyard. Thank you to the [...]