Posts Tagged ‘Muhlenberg job Corps Center’

Once center staff received word the first group of students would be returning on February 23rd collaboration and planning began on how students could be made to feel welcome as they returned “home.” Due to increased COVID restrictions eliminating the ability for students to procure supplies from local stores the idea developed to create student [...]

MJCC graduate, Kyara Wortham, has her sights set on being a nurse now that she has graduated from Muhlenberg Job Corps. Kyara attended Middle Tennessee State University prior to her enrollment in the Muhlenberg Jobs Corps program. She obtained 40 college credits with a 3.12 overall GPA, and recently received her acceptance letter to the [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps’ welding instructors Marty Wabnitz and Eddie Albin displayed their fabricating skills by building an indoor driving sled for Hopkins County Central’s football team.  When Hopkins County High School football team started looking for an indoor driving sled to assist the football team in preparing for the upcoming season, assistant coach Marty Wabnitz [...]

Brian Hancock, the Muhlenberg Job Corps Business Community Liaison, didn’t pass on the chance to meet with Gary Jones and Karen Robinson. Gary Jones is the Director of Economic Development for the Muhlenberg Alliance for Progress. Karen works alongside Gary as the Economic Development Officer.  Both are former BCL’s at Muhlenberg Job Corps and have [...]

By: Brian Hancock GILBERTSVILLE, Ky – The West Kentucky Workforce had their annual board meeting on January 15 at the Kentucky Dam Village Convention Center located in Gilbertsville, KY.  Peter LaFleur, MJC Center Director, Gavin Gorham, MJC Director of Career Services, Troy Fitzhugh, MJC Director of Student Training, and Brian Hancock, MJC Business Community Liaison, [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps in Greenville, KY hosted it’s an annual semi-formal event for its young men here Friday, January 18, 2019 called Men-in-Black. The event focuses on the young men here at MJCC and is designed to assist them in making better decisions and changing bad habits into good ones in order to close the [...]

GREENVILLE, KY – Muhlenberg Job Corps Center recently promoted Brian Hancock, formally a heavy equipment operator instructor for MJCC, to the position of the business community liaison. Hancock, a Muhlenberg county native, spent four years working for the Muhlenberg County Board of Education prior to accepting a position as an instructor for MJCC. He completed [...]

Jonathan Johnson, a 21 year old Central City man, shows that working hard at MJCC really does pay off.  Jonathan graduated Muhlenberg County High School in 2018. He wasted no time and started working on his career goals. Jonathan was a great student!  When he started Medical Office Support, he was co-enrolled with our local [...]

Greenville, KY- Nicklas Swords, a native from Miami, Florida, changes his ways to become successful at Muhlenberg Job Corps.  In 2016 Swords admits goofing off a little and not taking things serious hurt him early on when he attended Florida International College. When Swords enrolled at Muhlenberg Job Corps on February 6, 2017, he knew [...]

Students at Muhlenberg Job Corps Center got unexpected gifts recently when Hope 2 All, a community food pantry for the Muhlenberg County area, donated 100 sets of high quality, weatherproof coats, pants and work boots to the center. The donation came after MJCC Welding Instructor Marty Wabnitz mentioned to Hope 2 All founder Larry Chandler [...]