Potomac Job Corps Center

Potomac JCC’s Student Government opened the school store on August 7, 2018.    Redford Salmon, Center Director, and Kathy Aumann, Deputy Center Director did the red ribbon cutting with a ceremony to follow.  The school store will be selling chips, candy, sodas, and juice.  Eventually, the school store will be selling personal hygiene items as well.

My father wanted me to go into the military. I felt the military wasn’t the right fit for me because I was a military kid and knew what it was like. So I decided to go to Job Corps. I entered Office and Administration trade at Potomac Job Corps Center and finished. After the completion [...]

(l-r) Mia Scott and Jasmin Christian (l-r front row) Mrs. Williams, Pharmacy Tech Instructor, Stephen Frazier, (back row) Mia Scott, Jasmin Christian and Mariah Parmely

Gerell Jones McCormick and Schmick’s Server $12.50 plus tips per hour Danisha Footes Trinity College Bridget Little Advance Security Trade Carl D. Perkins JCC in Kentucky

Ms. Beverly Thomas, CEO of Regional Contracting Services a partner with Potomac JCC that offers construction employment opportunities. She talked to the student body about the importance of being drug free in the workplace. She also gave tips on things you should do at an interview to be ready, such as arrive early, have your [...]

Recent Potomac JCC graduates visited the Transportation Communication Union (TCU) trade to talk to the students about the great job opportunities they have been given with AMTRAK. Pictured (l-r): Sharlontaee Harris (AMTRAK), Ahkeem Currie (AMTRAK), John Corkum (AMTRAK), Mrs. Wichoski (TCU), Tiffini Jackson (AMTRAK), and Carlos Loggins (AMTRAK).

Potomac JCC Success Story After quitting school, my mother was telling me to do something with my life. She suggested that I enroll into Job Corps program to get a trade, I didn’t go right away, I waited two years and then enrolled myself into Potomac JCC. I took the Culinary Arts trade, completed, and [...]

Potomac’s Pulse Newsletter Committee visits Exceed for a  workshop. Featured in picture from l-r: Avery Maxwell, Arryuana Rhodes, Antonio Brock, Brandon Murphy, Damani Williams and Shawn Fake. The workshop was very informative to the committee as we learned new ideas and techniques for inserting and creating stories.

Security students interviewing with E. House Executive Security Professionals, Inc.

Potomac’s Y2Y LGBTQ Rally Ms. Calhoun shares her story to the Y2Y Committee Mr. Dock, LPN speaks on challenges of being gay but confident Avery Maxwell speaking on being gay and bullied featured in photo l-r:  Avery Maxwell, Brandon Murphy, Mr.. Dock, & Arryuana Rhodes