Columbia Basin Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center

Columbia Basin Job Corps CCC

December 19th, 2012

David Gillett

William McKhean

From Homeless to Homeowner

March 29th, 2012

Columbia Basin Job Corps CCC carpentry students recently attended a home dedication for Habitat for Humanties 11th home in Moses Lake, WA. The single father thanked the Job Corps students for helping build his home. “Everyday I came to the see the progress on the house, Job Corps was here working. I was homeless and [...]

Genie Industries recently hired 4 Columbia Basin Job Corps CCC graduates after a rigorous pre-employment written and physical welding test. 17 Job Corps Alumni have been hired since January 2012 through Aerotek for Genie Industries.

Let’s Move! promoted by students of the Columbia Basin Job Corps CCC to the preschoolers at Grant County HeadStart.

Columbia Basin Job Corps CCC Let’s Move!  The students, staff and even the Mayor of Moses Lake, WA join in on the Let’s Move! intitiative to promote youth fitness!

Moses Lake Mayor Jon Lane echoed Bedard-Agu, challenging the graduates to pursue their goals, dream big and have a plan.
Lane closed by saying the Job Corps is an important part of Moses Lake, and he is thrilled by what is going on in Moses Lake.
Along with the national commencement, the Job Corps opened its new 136-bed dormitory at the facility. Students will be moving into the $7.3 million building, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to make room for Air Force personnel.

Byron Cabit, Tawana Bloodsaw, Chad Leibelt and Kris McCord, students at Moses Lake Job Corps (Columbia Basin Job Corps CCC), assisted Larson with food preparation for the show.