Charleston Job Corps Center

Charleston Mayor tours center, discusses partnership options

June 11th, 2019

Charleston Job Corps, City consider work-based learning opportunities
Charleston Mayor Amy Goodwin visited Charleston Job Corps May 9 to discuss
the economic impact of the center on the city and a potential work-based learning
partnership with the city to provide students with valuable hands-on job
experience in addition to their career technical training on center.
Goodwin met with Business Community Liaison Nancy Shepherd to discuss Work Based Learning.
possibilities before being led by Student Government Leadership students Gerry
Ames and Tori Goodman on a
tour of the center. During the
tour, Goodwin spoke with
students and staff about the
center’s training programs and
the benefits of the Job Corps
Although Goodwin had visited
the center many years ago,
she wasn’t fully aware of all the
programs the center offers until
her recent visit. Goodwin said
she is eager to find ways to
partner with Charleston Job
Corps and to ensure that the
community is aware of the
valuable career training
programs offered at the center.

Charleston Mayor Amy Goodman
with CJCC students Tori Goodman
and Gerry Ames.Charleston Mayor Amy Goodwin visits Charleston Job Corps Center