Potomac Job Corps Center

Potomac Job Corps Center student D. Moore has been selected to represent Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia next week at the International Builder Show in Las Vegas. With his continuous approach to be successful he will become one of few to actually service a model home and building at the [...]

Potomac Job Corps Center hosted a meeting with community partners to create a pipeline of talent within the Washington, D.C. region towards recruitment. A former Potomac student scholar joined the event along with current students engaged in the academic and career focused training of the center. Students invested in the safety, health, and recruitment of [...]

The Dynamic Culinary Arts students prepared a wonderful lunch and dessert for our future leaders of tomorrow. The preparation for the new student luncheon was planned and organized by Chef Suggs. His experience and leadership made it possible for students to prepare a menu that even neighboring restaurants in Washington, D.C. would have to taste and see!

Potomac Job Corps Center just celebrated another successful day of students following senior leadership on campus to engage in National Groundhog Job shadow Day. Each student was assigned the opportunity to be a part of a day filled with learning and guiding students into future careers.

Potomac Job corps students had the wonderful opportunity to visit Exceed Corporation on Monday, February 4, 2019 in Hyattsville, Maryland. The staff at Exceed prepared their busy day around the National Job Corps Groundhog Job Shadow Day. Students had the wonderful opportunity to listen, see learn question, and enjoy the everyday planning of a business. [...]

The Potomac Job Corps Center Panther family is excited to welcome new’ students to our center. The picture displays the newly recruited job corps students taking the TABE test and connecting with their fellow classmates by engaging in activities to build partnership and leadership.

Potomac Job Corps Center celebrated National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. Students were engaged in the understanding and activity based session on alcohol and drugs with Dr. K. Hill. Dr. Hill made the National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week fun by bringing in 3D glasses to help students see and feel what it would under [...]

A member of the Potomac Job Corps Center team had the opportunity to visit The Islamic Heritage Center in Washington, DC on Saturday January 19, 2019. The Islamic Center prepared food and perishables for people in the community. Potomac Job Corps Center has been welcomed to the center anytime to build a strong relationship with the community and the Islamic Center.

Potomac Job Corps Center celebrated the transition of young adults who met all center  requirements and goals. The center was welcomed by Mr. Alfred Al” Edwards. Mr. Edwards and alumni Alissa Streete gave the audience words of encouragement and inspiration to look at a future filled with success and careful planning.

The Potomac Job Corps Center staff and students witnessed a snow storm over the weekend. The snow has fallen onto all of the beautiful landscaping and buildings on center. With the addition of the snow to highlight the center beautification, the center looks like a winter wonderland.