North Texas Job Corps Center

North Texas Job Corps joined 126 Job Corps centers across the country to celebrate the 5th Annual “National Job Corps Commencement Day” ceremony Friday, August 21, 2015 to congratulate the Job Corps students who showed Job Corps Works! by completing the program this year. Recent Job Corps graduates employed in Texas, employer partners, local policymakers, [...]

North Texas Job Corps Graduates Repeat Success and Graduate from Richland College

North Texas Job Corps IMPACT Team “Sing” Christmas Carols at the the Prairie Estates Hospice Care Facility in Frisco, TX

McKinney Rotary Christmas Parade of Lights

North Texas Job Corps and Chi Zeta Omega partnered to register students to vote.  Volunteers from the chapter met with new arrivals on September 27, 2012 and spoke to the students about the importance of registering and the importance of voting.  The students were able to ask questions and received  answers that helped them make an informed [...]

Forty associates of the Remington Hospitality Services, whose corporate office is located in Dallas, TX, held their “Volunteer Day” at the North Texas Job Corps Center on Thursday, August 30, 2012.  They conducted transition readiness workshops with a group of eighty + students.    On an annual basis Remington hosts two community service “Volunteer Days” as [...]

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Kneeling l-r: Corey Actor, Brady Hahn, Chick Fil-A cow, Glen Hogan; standing l-r: Britney Sherrill, Ricardo Brooks, Elisa Delangel, Simon Williams, Xen Y, Joseph Kossia, Krystal Garner, Vivian LeJeune, Vicki Suire, Haleluya Ebuka, Laura Bruton The North Texas Job Corps is proud to annouce their fund raising figure of $9,521.32 for this years  McKinney, TX [...]


June 29th, 2012

The Muscular Dystrophy Association held its annual fund raising “Lock-Up” on May 17, 2012.  The North Texas Job Corps participated by having two of its prized possessions,  Mr. Omoniyi Amoran, Interim Center Director and Natalie Gayfield, SGA President, “locked up” while the center raised their bail.  Everyone contributed–corporate, students, staff, SGA.  In the end North Texas raised $1, 625.50, the third largest contribution [...]

It was and exciting day for the seventy-nine graduates of the North Texas Job Corps.  They were accompanied by many family members and friends.  The graduates and other members of the audience were the recipients of profound words of wisdom given by Congressman Sam Johnson and the Mayor of McKinney, TX, Brian Loughmiller.  Congressman Johnson gave [...]