Posts Tagged ‘employer partner’

When the City of Palmer’s Water/Wastewater Treatment Division held their first annual laboratory testing competition on Nov. 9, Alaska Job Corps Center students and alumni competed against each other—and all excelled. The competition included three Alaska Job Corps alumni and three current students and consisted of a battery of tests to see who could conduct [...]

In a concerted effort to increase the number of highly skilled and qualified employees moving into Alaska’s workforce, the Alaska Job Corps Center is working with its many employer partners to lead the way in enhancing apprenticeship opportunities for its graduates. “Alaska Job Corps is leading a broad-based effort to place our graduates directly into [...]

On May 12th, Exeter Job Corps Career Preparation students volunteered at the Tomaquag Museum.  Staff & students worked together to help clean the landscape, clean windows and paint an entrance ramp.  The staff really appreciated Exeter’s help in preparing the museum for the upcoming summer season.  The museum has also been a Work Based Learning [...]

WBL Advisor John Bednara and Office Administration Instructor Kelly Westmoreland obtained a new WBL partnership with Goddess Products Inc. on March 11. Goddess Products is a certified minority and woman-owned business located in North Little Rock, AR. They specialize in office and business solution products. They conduct business throughout the United States, as well as [...]

Work-Based Learning (WBL) Advisor John Bednara, teamed up with Culinary Instructor Chef Dawan Heard to successfully obtain a new WBL partnership with Fresh Ideas on March 8th.  Fresh Ideas is a franchise company located on the campus of Philander Smith College. Their mission is to provide excellent food service management through commitment, confidence and professionalism. The [...]

Clearfield Job Corps is happy to announce, its United Auto Workers training program has been recertified as a Toyota Training Program. Many months of hard work by our staff went into this remarkable accomplishment. Clearfield Job Corps is one of about 35 schools including colleges and universities that can make this statement. During our 13 [...]

Atterburys downtown Indianapolis sister center, called IndyPendence, held a Center Industry Council meeting that focused on the C.N.A. trade on Thursday January 29th. A “CIC” as we call it, is a meeting where Job Corps enlists the input from Industry experts in an employment field to ensure we are providing rigorous and relevant training. Its [...]

My name is Tyreem Fosque, and I am a recent Security Trade Graduate of Woodstock Job Corps. I now work for Level VI Protection performing asset protection at various retail chains. I also perform VIP Protection Services, crowd control, access control and patrol responsibilities which were all skills I learned at Woodstock Job Corps. I [...]

Clearfield Can Do It

April 8th, 2015

Modeled after the iconic “Rosie the Riveter,” the campaign features one young Job Corps woman from each region, who: Demonstrates hard work and ambition in pursuing her goals. Strives to go beyond expectations with work-based learning opportunities Is a leader on center Anyone who knows Graciela can agree that she meets all the above criteria. [...]

CJCC Job Shadow events

February 11th, 2014

Groundhog Job Shadow activities started off Fri- day, January 31 with students job shadowing staff. It continued thru February 7. 212 students from various trades and 46 staff members participated in tours, presentations and individual job shadow experiences with 18 local businesses and community organizations. They included Syracuse and Clearfield cities, Larry H Miller, SME [...]