Posts Tagged ‘Muhlenberg job Corps Center’

Greenville, Ky – The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center kicked off their 2018 Y2Y/S.A.V.E. club initiative to continue being the number one youth-to-youth (Y2Y) antiviolence Job Corps center in the United States. On Saturday, March 10th, the Clubs held a tie-dying event in preparation for the upcoming All Love NOH8 Day on this coming Friday. Over [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps Center celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday with the “Read Across America” initiative and the local “Read to Lead” event at the Greenville Kentucky courthouse, where community members brought their 0-3rd grade children who were given books, goodies of all types, and inspired by Dr. Seuss characters. MJCC students took Dr. Seuss themed cookies [...]

Greenville, Ky – Muhlenberg Job Corps held a quarterly community relations council (CRC) meeting on February 22nd hosting 22 community members and guest speakers, Steve Tressler, registered apprenticeship coordinator and Ervin Dimeny, commissioner, from the Kentucky labor cabinet. All members of the CRC were presented with information about the labor cabinet’s initiative to be a [...]

Greenville, KY – Muhlenberg Job Corps’ students and staff participated in a masquerade murder mystery event, hosted by Lu-Ray Park and Amphitheater on Saturday, February 17th. Three students and four staff members made up team “Thunderbolts” and took on nine community teams to solve the murder of “Sal Fee” (president of the billionaires club) at [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps Center held the first 2018 graduation ceremony on February 9th, graduating 26 students. Judge Brian Wiggins, of Kentucky’s 45th judicial circuit was the Keynote speaker and delivered an inspiring and congratulatory speech. The graduates were entertained by four of their talented classmates during the ceremony. Cake and refreshments were served to guests [...]

Muhlenberg ranks number 3 again

January 19th, 2018

Greenville, KY – The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center in Greenville, Kentucky has outperformed 123 other centers in the nation for the month of December based on career technical, academic and job placement success. MJCC has ranked in the top ten every month for the past five months. The center was at #8 in August, #3 [...]

Greenville, Ky – The Muhlenberg Job Corps, Whitney M. Young, and Carl D. Perkins Job Corps Centers’ business community liaisons joined together for the annual Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Chamber Day last week. MJCC was well represented by five students and two staff members. The evening was filled with speakers from the state government, international [...]

On November 20th, Muhlenberg Job Corps Student, Elizabeth Jones received a letter she had been anxiously anticipating. Her acceptance to Murray State University’s creative writing program. Jones completed her pharmacy technician certification through the MJCC in August 2016, and enrolled in the ACT program through the partnership of MJCC and Madisonville Community College, where she [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps graduate Chester Epperson visited MJCC students and staff at MJCC on November 14th as he headed back home to Humbolt, TN, driving his 18 wheeler from Indianapolis after taking a load there for the company he works for Max Trans. Chester graduated from MJCC with his welding certificate and switched to CDL [...]

The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center donates ten picnic tables made by students of the welding trade to the City of Hartford, Kentucky to contribute to the city’s “trail town” initiative. Heavy industry trades students at MJCC have been working closely with the city of Hartford for the majority of 2017 to assist the city council [...]