Muhlenberg Job Corps Center

Muhlenberg Job Corps graduate Chester Epperson visited MJCC students and staff at MJCC on November 14th as he headed back home to Humbolt, TN, driving his 18 wheeler from Indianapolis after taking a load there for the company he works for Max Trans. Chester graduated from MJCC with his welding certificate and switched to CDL [...]

The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center donates ten picnic tables made by students of the welding trade to the City of Hartford, Kentucky to contribute to the city’s “trail town” initiative. Heavy industry trades students at MJCC have been working closely with the city of Hartford for the majority of 2017 to assist the city council [...]

MJCC Former student visits

September 28th, 2017

Tools ‹ — WordPress. Greenville, KY – On September 20th, former Commercial Driving student, Talika Harris stopped by MJCC to talk to students in the current CDL program about life on the job. Harris drove her truck, owned by Star Transportation, on center so students could see her in action. She spoke about what to [...]

The students of the Martin Luther King Jr. dorm at the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center won $125 for being the dorm of the month on center, and rather than having a pizza party, they chose to donate the funds. During the Monday morning assembly on September 11th, the center-life director, Cody Perry, was presented with [...]

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 Thursday, April 13, 2017, the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center was honored to have a special guest on Center, U.S. Representative James Comer (District 1). Congressman Comer was greeted by members of the Student Government Association, Job Corps ambassadors, several Kentucky students, and community supporters.   The Congressman toured the campus and students had the opportunity [...]

There were more than 2000 brightly colored candy filled eggs scattered across the Muhlenberg Job Corps campus, Saturday March 8th, as they held their 37th Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt. Over 200 children and families were not only excited to participate in the hunt, but also enjoy the inflatable obstacles course and bounce house, color [...]

Aaron Sampler, a Kentucky teen who’s battling cancer has a simple wish for his 16th birthday and that is to receive a mailbox full of birthday cards and wishes.  Aaron was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic t-cell 2 Leukemia right before his 13th birthday. As soon as the students at the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center heard [...]

On Wednesday, March 29th, Steve Brando, National Coordinator of TCU/IAm visited the Muhlenberg Job Corps campus to answer many questions sparked from curious students.  Brando strongly encouraged the students to take advantage of the opportunities available through TCU because so many of them possess the skills and certifications that are sought after for job placement [...]

The volunteers of the Muhlenberg County Senior Citizens report to the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center early every March to file student tax returns.  On Tuesday, March 21st, the volunteers prepared a total of nineteen returns.  Students earn the right to file by working off campus jobs at Work-Based Learning and Leisure Time Employment sites. Mr. [...]