Posts Tagged ‘Muhlenberg Job Corps’

TSgt Jordan Gunterman of Powderly, KY came to visit the health trade students at Muhlenberg Job Corps on Wednesday January 29th.  Jordan is the son of Monica Gunterman, health cluster manager.  Jordan was also a student at Muhlenberg Job Corps where he studied Pharmacy Tech as a co-enrolled student from Muhlenberg North High School in [...]

The Student Government Association and the Youth2Youth organization at Muhlenberg Job Corps didn’t let the frigid weather stop them from enjoying Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The SGA and Y2Y hosted a center-wide celebration to honor Dr. King and his accomplishments. Amy Kline, MJCC’s administrative assistant, led all activities for the celebration, including helping design [...]

Clinical Medical Assistant program at Muhlenberg Job Corps works hard at preparing their students for the most accurate display of anything they might face when they work in the field of their study. Therefore, when a student gets to a certain point in their training and studying, it is time for a day of job [...]

On November 6th, the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center held an informational meeting with district and school personnel from five counties in Kentucky to educate and inform them of the opportunities available within the Job Corps program for area youth. Seventeen visitors participated from five counties. Among them were, Muhlenberg, Ohio, McLean, Breckenridge, and Hancock counties, [...]

The students of the Martin Luther King Jr. dorm at the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center won $125 for being the dorm of the month on center, and rather than having a pizza party, they chose to donate the funds. During the Monday morning assembly on September 11th, the center-life director, Cody Perry, was presented with [...]

On Thursday, April 13, 2017, the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center was honored to have a special guest on Center, U.S. Representative James Comer (District 1). Congressman Comer was greeted by members of the Student Government Association, Job Corps ambassadors, several Kentucky students, and community supporters.   The Congressman toured the campus and students had the opportunity [...]

There were more than 2000 brightly colored candy filled eggs scattered across the Muhlenberg Job Corps campus, Saturday March 8th, as they held their 37th Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt. Over 200 children and families were not only excited to participate in the hunt, but also enjoy the inflatable obstacles course and bounce house, color [...]

On Wednesday, March 29th, Steve Brando, National Coordinator of TCU/IAm visited the Muhlenberg Job Corps campus to answer many questions sparked from curious students.  Brando strongly encouraged the students to take advantage of the opportunities available through TCU because so many of them possess the skills and certifications that are sought after for job placement [...]

Justin Ruetschi, Instructor Charles Chaney, Caleb Dunning, and Justin Harris Going on a camping trip is such an exciting adventure, but when planning those special family trips, you have to ensure the site is safe.  Often times at campsites, Mother Nature can take its toll on structure and appearance.  At Lake Malone State Park in [...]

On Thursday, March 9th, John G.Dills,  Staff Sargeant/Military Recruiter for the United States Army pulled into the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center driving an interactive semi-trailer.  At first, the students thought it was a former student visiting to show off his new truck; but little did they know, they were about to learn about the Army’s [...]