New Hampshire Job Corps Center

    On Thursday, May 19th hospitality program visited the Mountain View Grand Resort in Whitefield, New Hampshire to tour the facility and participate in a question and answer session with the property’s department leaders. The students were able to explore the 151 year old resort, learn about their extensive activities program, experience their 4-star [...]

At NH Job Corps Center, trainees get incredible hands on experience in their field of study. Often times this means fixing or enhancing aspects of the center itself. Occasionally, though, it’s all about looks. This morning, Facilities Maintenance students are working on creating a visually appealing pine enclosure which will basically serve to hide the [...]

By: Penn Foster – Last Wednesday, we had the pleasure of attending the first annual Academic Advisory Council at the New Hampshire Job Corps center, in Manchester New Hampshire. The council was held to foster an open dialogue between community stakeholders and identify academic best practices for increasing literacy and numeracy levels. During our visit, [...]

NH Job Corps Center Business & Community Liaison Director Cassie Gudek attended the U.S. Dept. of Labor Women’s Bureau Roundtable regarding Local Opportunities for Apprenticeship and Employment on Wednesday May 4th at the Seacoast NH Works Office. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and the Office of Apprenticeship [...]

New Hampshire Job Corps Center celebrated our first Earth Day Event on Friday, April 22nd. Students & staff participated in helping to keep our center beautiful, this included raking, cleaning the grounds, planting flowers and cleaning the exterior of the buildings. Also, over 20 students and three staff members Juanita Jack-son, James Folopoulos and Peter [...]

Nine New Hampshire Job Corps students applied for the Child & Family Services run Youth Advisory Board. The board’s mission is “making a difference for youth in care by voicing opinions for positive change.” The YAB members will have 2-3 community service opportunities per month plus a monthly board meeting. This will gives Job Corps [...]

The New Hampshire Job Corps Center was the host of April’s Spotlight on the Business event, and welcomed over 30 Greater Manchester Chamber members from over 24 organizations on Wednesday, April 12th. The Job Corps staff enjoyed the opportunity to network with some of the very employers our graduates will be aiming to work for [...]

The Administrative building at NH Job Corps is the lucky recipient of some electrical improvements provided by 10 electrical trade students and instructor, Mr. Folopolous. “We are adding more computer drops and power outlets to eliminate cords running through the office area. This will be a four to five day project.” Mr. Folopolous explains. The [...]

Today marked the first in a Classroom Presentation Series, “Ask Me Anything”, where Job Corps welcomes guest speakers who are about 10-15 years into their career, and are self-described ‘open books’, so that students can have honest, thoughtful conversations about their career. Today, Medical Trade students warmly welcomed Wilson Rith, an RN and Case Manager, [...]

Over 20 Job Corps students hosted 6 organizations & agencies to brainstorm student-led projects and community service to benefit the homeless population in Manchester. Some of the organizations present were: Families in Transition, New Horizons, Harbor Homes, QC Bike Collective, and Child & Family services, The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester. Some of the [...]