Archive for the ‘Community Service’ Category

Muhlenberg Job Corps’ welding instructors Marty Wabnitz and Eddie Albin displayed their fabricating skills by building an indoor driving sled for Hopkins County Central’s football team.  When Hopkins County High School football team started looking for an indoor driving sled to assist the football team in preparing for the upcoming season, assistant coach Marty Wabnitz [...]

Y2Y (Youth to Youth) Ambassadors from the Whitney Young Job Corps Center operated by Horizon Youth Services headed to Frankfort, KY to meet with Senator Whitney Westerfield. The Y2Y student ambassadors lobbied for an anti-bullying bill name Alex Law. Senator Westerfield was very supportive and stated that the passage of the bill will take time [...]

TSgt Jordan Gunterman of Powderly, KY came to visit the health trade students at Muhlenberg Job Corps on Wednesday January 29th.  Jordan is the son of Monica Gunterman, health cluster manager.  Jordan was also a student at Muhlenberg Job Corps where he studied Pharmacy Tech as a co-enrolled student from Muhlenberg North High School in [...]

Brian Hancock, the Muhlenberg Job Corps Business Community Liaison, didn’t pass on the chance to meet with Gary Jones and Karen Robinson. Gary Jones is the Director of Economic Development for the Muhlenberg Alliance for Progress. Karen works alongside Gary as the Economic Development Officer.  Both are former BCL’s at Muhlenberg Job Corps and have [...]

Clinical Medical Assistant program at Muhlenberg Job Corps works hard at preparing their students for the most accurate display of anything they might face when they work in the field of their study. Therefore, when a student gets to a certain point in their training and studying, it is time for a day of job [...]

On January 16, the Carl D. Perkins Job Corps Center, partnered with the American Red Cross to hold a much needed Blood Drive. The Perkins Team of students and staff donated 25 usable units of blood. The next drive is scheduled for the month of April.

Muhlenberg Job Corps in Greenville, KY hosted it’s an annual semi-formal event for its young men here Friday, January 18, 2019 called Men-in-Black. The event focuses on the young men here at MJCC and is designed to assist them in making better decisions and changing bad habits into good ones in order to close the [...]

Whitney Young Job Corps operated by Horizon Youth Services is proud to be partners with the American Red Cross to help save lives. On January 22, over 56 students registered to participate in the quarterly blood drive. For some students it was their second time giving while at Whitney Young Job Corps and for some [...]

Whitney Young Job Corps operated by Horizon Youth Services is glad to see the SGA (Student Government Association) and Y2Y (Youth to Youth) female students attending the National Council of Negro Women Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Breakfast Celebration. The young ladies were so honored and appreciative to attend. They had the opportunity to meet [...]

Edison Starts Stem Program!!!

January 16th, 2019

January 16, 2019 the Edison Job Corps partners with NAACP member Bill Casey to add Stem programming during the evening studies program. The Stem and Civics program will enhance the students ability to gain exposure to careers within the Stem industry. The program will also include a public speaking component and panel discussions from key [...]