Charleston Job Corps Center

Charleston Job Corps Center Students receive paid WBL

December 3rd, 2018

Students get on the job experience with WBL assignments
Short-term assignments with off-site Work Based Learning provide valuable training.
The entire Network and Cabling Trade, under the direction of Charles Singleton, from the Charleston Job Corps Center, have been tasked with an ongoing project at Life Center Church which is located on Virginia Street, in Charleston.
Students have provided TV installations with HDMI, installed cap 5 and cap 3 for telephone use, ran audio connections for instruments and sound table, installed video lines for video broadcast, office hook-ups, and cable television and set up classroom connections during this assignment. Mr. Singleton had been requested to do the work and be paid for his services however, he chose to have the students complete the work and gain on the job experience.
Several Students enrolled at Charleston Job Corps recently completed paid work-based learning internship assignments with the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT), from November 4-10. These students, worked with the IUPAT Hydro Division in Mansfield, Ohio and was selected though an interview process. The students who earned the internship were: Russell Scritchfield, Jason Brown, Darnell Ellis, Jamie Smith, Tohosha Ugbomah