Posts Tagged ‘Loring Job Corps’

The Maine Conservation Corps (MCC) field team requested assistance in projects that were being done in Aroostook County. The outreach Coordinator and volunteer, Sarah Kilch Gaffney stated that MCC completes projects on the Appalachian Trail, State Parks and several public reserved lands, as well as municipalities and local land trusts. Loring Job Corps Cement Masonry [...]

August 22, 2012 LJCC Carpentry Home Builders Institute program instructed by Mark Brewer had articles and this picture below published in two local papers, the Star Herald and the Aroostook Republican. The Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce wanted to give thanks to the students that built the tables for the Chamber publically. The article gave [...]

  August 10, 11 & 12th, 2012 To date one of the largest 2012 volunteer Community Service projects taken on by LJCC. “Ride Aroostook” a weekend event that was hosted by Cary Medical and University of Maine at Presque Isle that was a fundraiser for type-1 diabetes camp named Camp Adventure for young children up [...]

August 24, 2012 – Loring Job Corps Center Graduation & Commencement Day celebrated the success of the students! On Friday starting at 1:00pm Graduation Ceremonies were held, Loring Job Corps Center had 112 students that qualified to graduate at this summer graduation. Not all the graduates were able to attend the ceremony as they are [...]

August 13, 2012 – Congressman Michael Michaud Visits LJCC It was privileges to have Congressman Michael Michaud attend the LJCC to meet with Student Government students along with students from several of our vocational trade offering for an informal round table discussion. The Congressman introduced himself to every student and asked their names where they [...]

More examples of thank you letters to Carpentry students Community Service under the supervision of  Home Builders Institute Carpentry instructor Mark Brewer at Loring Job Corps Center.

Over two years ago, LJCC Home Builders Institute Electrical Instructor Otis May took it upon himself to engage his classroom in community service. Bi-weekly visits to the Maine Veterans Home located in Caribou, Maine has been the ongoing agenda to visit veteran residents and spend valuable time in their companionship. Students have stated they did [...]

Many hours of community service has been performed by the Home Builders Institute trades offered at Loring Job Corps Center. This is just an example of one thank you letter from Caribou Historical Society President Richard Cilley for the efforts of the Carpentry students along with their instructor Mark Brewer

Instructor David Tardie of Operative Plasterers’ & Cement Masons’ International Assoc. and his students already have been busy with many projects on  and off center.  Recently, on center at Loring Job Corps Center the students removed, repaired and poured a new concrete patio/entrance way  into the Administration Building. Off center the masonry students have prepared the [...]