Posts Tagged ‘Gadsden Job Corps Center’

9.8.16 The Gadsden Job Corps Center welcomes another local business into the “Gadsden Job Corps Center Work Base Learning Family”. The Fish Market Restaurant has become our newest off-center Work Base Learning (WBL) site. The Fish Market serves lunch and dinner and they specialize in seafood pasta dishes to more exotic fish. Their menu has [...]

9.6.16 The Gadsden Job Corps Center would like to thank Ms. Carolyn Parker for the support and encouragement she is to the students and staff of Gadsden Job Corps. Ms. Parker is the Etowah County Commissioner, District 5 Representative for Gadsden Job Corps and she has been very vital in helping with the Proclamation for [...]

9.8.16 For the last two years, Gadsden Job Corps Grad-90 students have had the privilege of enrolling in Alabama’s Ready to Work program, under the direction of Mr. David Collins, Adult Education Program Specialist with Gadsden State Community College. The Ready to Work Program provides a career pathway for adults with limited education and employment [...]

8.30.16 The Gadsden Job Corps Student Government Association (SGA) and Grad-90 Student Council, hosted a Blood Drive for Life South and Health Fair for the Alabama Department of Health on Tuesday, August 30, 2016, from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM. There were a number of students and staff who donated blood and expressed extreme gratitude [...]

8.25.16Chef Crystal Dent, Culinary Instructor, and our Culinary Arts student catered for the Gadsden Museum of Art to help a local homeless shelter, The Love Center, of Gadsden, AL. The Love Center is a shelter for the homeless and a food pantry for the people who need food in the City of Gadsden and Etowah [...]

*.26.16 On April 14, 2016 Sierra Crittenden completed the Gadsden Job Corps Center program and shortly began working at Wal-Mart in Dothan, AL as a Cashier/Stocking Clerk. She also searches bags and checks vendors in and out. Sierra is doing so well that in the near future she will be promoted to Shift Manager. Her [...]

8.24.16 Mrs. Gale Chaffin, CPP Instructor, takes our CPP students from the Gadsden Job Corps Center to visit the Gadsden Career Center in order to gain valuable information on employment and education options that will assist them with achieving their career goals. Ms. Summer Patterson, Case Manager for WIOA (Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act) at the [...]

8.24.16 This week Ms. Jennifer James and our Carpentry students took a trip to work with volunteers for Gadsden-Etowah Habitat for Humanity. Gadsden-Etowah Habitat for Humanity partners with the Gadsden Job Corps Carpentry students to help a low income family to build affordable housing. Gadsden Job Corps students provided some labor with other volunteers, while [...]

8.19.16 Criston Mauricio is a former Human Service Worker (HSW) student who applied to the program from Atterbury Job Corps. During her time in HSW Ms. Mauricio demonstrated great leadership skills and shared an empathic nature with all of the staff and students that she came in contact with. She always demonstrated professionalism and assisted [...]

Recently, more than 400 Etowah County residents assembled on the grounds of Etowah County Courthouse to celebrate life, laugh, dance and play with new and old friends and learn more about the academic, faith-based, health care and support services available in Etowah County. The 11th Annual H.O.P.E (Honor, Opportunity, Pride, Excellence) Celebration was made possible [...]