Posts Tagged ‘Community Service’

More than 50 students from the Alaska Job Corps Center walked the talk against violence in Alaska at the Choose Respect March held in Wasilla on Thursday, March 23. During the march, the students led with a “Choose Respect” banner and carried multiple posters proclaiming everything from “You are loved” to “Choose love” and “Stop [...]

Nearly 300 community members attended the Guthrie Chamber Banquet on Thursday, January 19, 2017.

Saturday 8/13/16 RA Kareece Thompson took students Johnnie Vining, Justin Cornelius, Roberto Yong, and Evan Nabors all helped volunteer to oversee a 5k marathon to support the Young Futures Homeless Shelter​ in Ogden. The duties that they engaged in were keeping runners safe along their route, encouraging runners along their run, and handing water to [...]

6 Clearfield Students participated in the 2016 Stepin for Life 5K run to benefit the Northern Utah HIV/AIDS Project this year on August 6th. Three of the students placed in the top three at the finish line at the event which began at the MTC Learning Center pavilion in Ogden. This is the 5th year [...]

Clearfield students of dorms B1 and A4 participated in a joint community service project at the Ogden National Night Out Against Crime. The services the students provided were cleaning up the free haircut area, handing out bike helmets to children, picking up trash around the amphitheater and running the dunk tank. Also the students got [...]

Alaska Job Corps students were doing public service, after the training day, for an elder with a goat farm. The students learned from the elder, helped with the goats and helped fix the fences. Public service isn’t always a flashy public effort. Sometimes it is just the crucial assistance to others– in a time of [...]

Students at the Joliet Job Corps Center have been volunteering monthly at Cache Creek Animal Rescue, but they wanted to do something more for the dogs living at the shelter. So Center Director Christine Sanchez organized a contest as a Mentor Wednesday activity. She challenged the mentors and mentees to see which group could make [...]

The Ladies in Action group volunteered at the Arkansas Dream Center on March 19 to participate in one of their programs that feed the homeless. The vision of the Arkansas Dream Center is to see thousands of hurting people come to know a new life through the efforts of their staff, volunteers, and recently rehabilitated [...]

The Security Trade students participated in a flag raising ceremony on Feb. 23 at Mt. Carmel Nursing Home. The ceremony was to honor the veterans with a flag folding ceremony and then the raising of the flag. The raising of the flag is symbolic of the flag being raised on Iwo Jima on February 23, [...]

Facilities Maintenance students worked with our community outreach partner, Middlebrooks Electric, the past two weeks. Under the direction of Facilities Maintenance Instructor, Chris Moreland, our students have been working in many trade areas preparing Middlebrooks to move into their facility. Those areas included: framing, electric, sheetrock, data, flooring, and painting. Our students have been working [...]