Posts Tagged ‘Muhlenberg job Corps Center’

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 [...]

The volunteers of the Muhlenberg County Senior Citizens report to the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center early every March to file student tax returns.  On Tuesday, March 21st, the volunteers prepared a total of nineteen returns.  Students earn the right to file by working off campus jobs at Work-Based Learning and Leisure Time Employment sites. Mr. [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps students and staff spend January 16th, Martin Luther King Jr Day, helping others.  The center’s Youth-2-Youth student ambassadors and staff worked throughout the day filling 191 boxes of food at the Hope 2 All Food Bank in Drakesboro, Kentucky.  The food bank is a non-profit organization that runs strictly on donations and [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps students and staff spent Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, helping others.  The center’s Youth-2-Youth student ambassadors and staff worked throughout the day filling 191 boxes of food at the Hope-2-All food bank in Drakesboro, Ky.  The food bank is a non-profit organization that operates strictly on donations and volunteerism.  The food bank [...]

The Bulldog Angels Club at the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center recently shopped for five local children to ensure they have a memorable Christmas morning. Each child will  receive a new outfit, pajamas, toy, and holiday candy. The Bulldog Angels is led by Job Corps Business Community Liaison, Karen Robinson, and has been in existence for [...]

At an all staff and student assembly, Mr. Donnie Johnson, Owner of P.R. Zone, presented Cross Fit Warrior t-shirts to the students who completed the training program at his facility. The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center Cross Fit program is led by Center Director, Eric Jones.  They conduct on center work out programs, and those that [...]

Muhlenberg Job Corps students recently attended a free public lecture and book signing for John Lewis who is a U.S. Congressman (representing the 5th District of Georgia), civil rights hero, 2016 Nashville Public Library Literary Award Honoree, and author of the three volume book titled, “March.” Congressman Lewis is one of the key figures of [...]

The Greenville Tourism Commission hosts an annual Squash and Gobble Fall Festival with hometown crafts, games, food, pumpkin paintings, and art.  This year they held an art competition and the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center submitted two student entries into the 19+ age division.  Jurrissia Chambers entry won Honorable Mention, and student Kayla Miner won first [...]