The Cleveland Job Corps Center joined 126 Job Corps Centers around the nation in celebrating Youth 2 Youth: Partners 4 Peace during Sept. 18 22, 2017. Youth 2 Youth: Partners 4 Peace is an anti-violence initiative founded in the spring of 2015, by Job Corps students nationwide. It is the first national, student-created, and student-led [...]

The Charleston Job Corps Center’s, Office Administration career technical trade attends the annual WV Makes Festival on Friday, October 6, 2017 in Huntington, WV. “More than 80 makers from 17 West Virginia counties and the states of Kentucky, Ohio and Pennsylvania will exhibit their creations,” said Mike Friel, public information specialist at RCBI. “The festival [...]

Center honors CTR Coordinator Amanda Ousley,Carl D. Perkins Job Corps congratulates Amanda Ousley, who is the center’s Employee of the Month for September. Ousley has been an employee with Perkins Job Corps for the last six years as a career counselor. She recently moved into the Career Transition Reediness coordinator position. Ousley holds a bachelor’s [...]

Students from the Carl D. Perkins Job Corps walked the walk and talked the talk during their recent job interviews with the Kentucky Department of Corrections – and, as a result, were all hired! Students Anthony Brown, Tre’Shawn Dillard, Jarvis Mattox, Marvin Lockett, Robert Mayer and Jared Jardine interviewed with the Kentucky Department of Corrections [...]

For the second time this year, Potomac JCC welcomed a PNC training seminar to center.  The seminar started on September 25th and will end tomorrow, October 6th.  The goal of the seminar is to prepare Potomac students for customer service careers with PNC Bank.  Students worked on their interview skills, resumes, and professional conduct.  This [...]

Carl D. Perkins Job Corps celebrated its Youth2Youth/Partners4Peace Week Sept. 18-22 with guest speakers, including one from NASA, art activities, classroom presentations in the local schools, an anti-violence message themed contest for decorating classrooms and dorms, and a Be a Superhero not a Bully event. The week culminated with the spreading of the Y2Y message [...]

Thanks to the Financial Reality Foundation, Alaska Job Corps Center students got real with all the aspects of personal finance during the Get Real! Financial Reality Fair held on the Center on Thursday, Sept. 28. Students learned how to make budgets, how best to spend, or save, their money, and what could happen if they [...]

MJCC Former student visits

September 28th, 2017

Tools ‹ — WordPress. Greenville, KY – On September 20th, former Commercial Driving student, Talika Harris stopped by MJCC to talk to students in the current CDL program about life on the job. Harris drove her truck, owned by Star Transportation, on center so students could see her in action. She spoke about what to [...]

Y2Y Activities at Potomac JCC

September 28th, 2017

On Wednesday, March 21st, Potomac students worked non-violence banners with their respective trades for a Peace Walk.  Students also made anti-violence pledges. Thursday morning Potomac Job Corps Center staff and students held a Peace Walk through the surrounding community.  The walk was a great way to involve the community around an important topic.  After the [...]

The Charleston Job Corps Center’s Y2Y Ambassadors and BCL attended the Charleston City Council meeting on Monday, Sept. 17, 2017. Job Corps Centers across the country are observing Youth-2-Youth (Y2Y) Campaign against Violence Week September 17-22, 2017. A presentation was made to the city council regarding the purpose of Y2Y. A Y2Y Flyer of events, [...]