Archive for the ‘Career & Education News’ Category

MTC Los Angeles Job hosted it’s second Community Relations Council meeting on December 4, 2019. Despite the heavy rains, community members came out and enjoyed good food in good company for all the right reasons. This center’s Business & Community Liaison also believes in recognizing leaders in the community for all the right reasons. This [...]

In November of 2019, MTC Los Angeles Job Corps hosted their first Industry Council meeting, now known as the Workforce Council meeting, where community partners were invited on center as part of the new operator’s efforts for the center. The successful launch meeting was well attended despite the heavy rain & hail that occurred that [...]

MTC Los Angeles Job Corps’s new Business & Community Liaison Ms. Pearson has been swiftly developing new relationships in the community and aims to have prestigious internships for students. One of the two Congressional Internships she has established within her first 3 months is in the district office of Congressman Jimmy Gomez (CA-34). There, ACT [...]

Charleston Job Corps students on assignment for Work Based Learning as a part of the career and technical training provided through the Job Corps program. Students are able to gain on the job training and experience through working with community organizations through our Work Based Learning Initiatives. Evonna is  a medical office support trainee.  She [...]

Aisha McGill, pictured working at her work-based site of Southmoor Hills Apartment Complex, began her internship on November 18, 2019 and works three days a week in the main office. Under the guidance of the site supervisor, Aisha is being trained to assist individuals interested in rental units through the application process, applying for low [...]

Artia Pittman pictured with the nurse practitioner in Dr. Kahwash’s office also of Kanawha Endocrinology through Thomas Memorial Hospital has been assigned to the work-based site since October 28, 2019. Artia checks in, organizes, and documents the medications on site each day she works.  Additionally, she assists with managing patient files, checking in patients, discharge [...]

Students in all trades have been working hard around Center on a number of projects to hone the skills they’re learning. A big thanks to them and their instructors for all they do. From left, Carpentry students, with instructor UBC instructor, Mike Smith, begin working on a sidewalk project. Electrical shop who has been assisting [...]

On Thursday, October 24, local substance abuse program, Road Radio USA was presented during an assembly by alcohol-related crash survivor, Jim Mothersbaugh and his crew. Jim was in a horrific car crash as a teen-ager and still suffers from the consequences. He’s been bringing his message of not driving while under the influence (of alcohol [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps celebrated the accomplishments of 29 graduates on November 6th with ceremonies at the center.  Graduates shared their big moment with family members, students, and staff that attended the ceremony. Graduate speaker, Katherine Gardiner, completed the Medical Office Support curriculum, passed the National Health Association Certification, the Electronic Health Records Certification, and attended [...]

Student Joseph Smith, new voter pride! L-r: David Evans, educational director, Collin County NAACP; Laura Bruton, business community liaison and member of Chi Zeta Omega/Connection and June Jenkins, president, Collin County NAACP and member of Delta Sigma Theta. 45 students and staff at North Texas Job Corps registered to vote on September 24th, National Voter Registration [...]