Collbran Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center

“Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food” is a program developed by the Department of Agriculture. Job Corps Centers are part of the USDA and this department wants students to understand how America is fed.

Collbran JCC spent the day assembling tamales as a fundraiser for Migrant and Children’s Services, a non-profit organization.

Collbran Job Corps Center had 45 students helping at Special Olympics in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Collbran JCC student government sponsored a butterfly release as part of the town of Collbran’s cancer awareness fund.

Collbran JCC visits local senatorial offices.

Collbran Job Corps gave 46 pints of blood to the St. Mary’s Hospital Bloodmobile on March 4, 2016.

Collbran Job Corps Center attended Democratic and Republican caucuses.

Collbran Job Corps students acted as a mock jury for mock trials under the supervision of lawyers and judges.

Collbran Job Corps Center hosted a Women’s Conference with several guest speakers. Speakers covered a variety of topics including: professionalism, books of interest, managing work and family, and being in the job world.

Collbran Job Corps students made valentines for active duty troops. This was under “Operation Independence” through our local VA. Mrs. Evonne Stites spearheaded and delivered the valentines on January 31. The center wants to thank our troops for all they do.