Archive for the ‘Community Service’ Category

Oneonta Job Corps partnered with Valley View Elementary School. This allowed several Job Corps students to enter Kindergarten through Third grade classrooms and read to the class. We shared books about Black History month along with many other reading selections. The little ones were very intrigued by the Job Corps uniformed and spent time at [...]

Oneonta Job Corps has been fortunate enough to be able to take part in the Lord’s Table volunteer opportunity for several years. This is a very popular volunteer activity with the students because they all love the interaction they have with the community members that the Lord’s Table provides service to. Giving back is a [...]

Mass Food Drive Distribution

September 25th, 2020

Oneonta Job Corps has been happy to participate in the Mass Food Drive Distributions held monthly at the Northern Eagle Beverage facility in Oneonta, NY. The United Way has brought together a terrific program that allows community members in need to drive thru and collect food items at no cost. Every month in the sunshine, [...]

Red Rock BCL Jackie Johnson recently joined fellow Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce Managing Director Candy Williams, and Sullivan County Commissioners, Darlene Felton and Donna Iannone to assist with a pop up food pantry for those in need. The COVID-19 pandemic has left a number of local citizens without their jobs and paychecks. Also, the [...]

Admissions staff blend recruiting with volunteering Busy in August helping neighbors, spreading word about Job Corps Salem Zekariyas participates in the Orchard Manor food drive. The West Virginia Outreach and Admissions staff has blended recruiting and volunteering to help their communities and raise awareness about the training programs offered at Charleston Job Corps and the [...]

Charleston Job Corps students returned home on March 16th as the center joined other Job Corps centers nationwide in closing their campus to protect students and slow the spread of COVID-19. While the center closure has created hardships for many of our students and staff, two students in the Network Cable Installation program are using [...]

At Los Angeles Job Corps, it doesn’t matter if our students are away off center due to the pandemic, We Care. To no surprise, our center sent majority of our students who live on campus back to their homes to keep them safe. We miss having our  students on center but we know how important [...]

Covid-19 has brought people together to make a difference within the communities.  Kim Webster, from outreach and admissions, is demonstrating the MTC motto – “BIONIC.” She and other partners of SJ Gas gave of their time to ensure the Pleasantville Food Distribution Day went well. Residents in need received food and resource literature. Kim, was [...]

Edison Job Corps UBC Pre Apprentice students helped sheet rock Kiddie Keep Well Camp doctor’s. The Kiddie Keep Well Camp was founded in 1924 and has served thousands of Middlesex County children and their families at no charge. The dedication of the carpentry students utilized their technical skills to help the local camp. The experience [...]

Students are sending the staff at Wind River Job Corps BIG notes of thanks, after nearly every current (off-campus and on-campus) attendee received their lovingly assembled Care Package. It’s really the thought that counts! And WRJC sent LOTS of well wishes. Each package contained snack items – the things we all know they like best [...]