Long Beach Job Corps Center

STUDENT SUCCESS STORY: MINH NGO ON THE GO Minh Ngo is on the fast track at age 23, always keeping his eye on the goal. Minh came to the United States from Viet Nam just a few years ago with his family, knowing very little English. He attended English Language Learner classes, and enrolled at Long [...]




Long Beach Job Corps Students recently volunteered at the Shoestring City Ranch in Carson, California. The students, along with 2 staff members from the Wellness Department,  had a wonderful time feeding and grooming the horses there.  Shoestring City Ranch is a non-profit organization that relies on volunteers. They have a Youth Horse Program and also teach [...]

Jonathan A.  now works at Broadway Glass in Long Beach, California!  Jonathan, who earned his GED, got his driver’s license and career technical training in glazing, was hired after just one week of his work-based learning internship. According to his Career Transition Specialist, Ms. Dalia Rosales, “Jonathan is hardworking, has a great, positive outlook and [...]

The Student Government Association and American Red Cross worked together to conduct a quarterly Blood Drive on center. Students recruited instructors, staff members, and other students to donate blood. Students also assisted with making donors comfortable and serving refreshments to the donors. Fifty-two pints of blood were collected.

Long Beach Job Corps Student, Matthew Moody, recently travelled to China  with 3 other Job Corps students. Matthew was one of 4 students selected to travel to China as part of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) program. Below is the link to the article about Matthew that was in the August 7, 2012 edition of Everything [...]

The Long Beach Job Corps Student Government Association recently sponsored a Blood Drive this quarter in cooperation with the American Red Cross. The students eagerly assisted in recruiting individuals to donate blood at the event, which took place in the center’s Recreation Building in February.  Forty  pints of blood were collected.