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"I think people have a pre-conceived notion of what a detention facility is like, but [at] this facility, they want

"There are so many programs and so much help out there that the only thing you have to do is

Not only does Job Corps prepare young people to succeed in today’s workforce, it also gives them opportunities to give

“I loved hearing that MCCF [Marshall County Correctional Facility] has been selected by our Awards Committee for this award."

"This music has helped me become a more positive and better person."

"I knew as soon as I came to Job Corps that I was on a mission and that every single

"My teacher helped me on the things I needed help with and after three weeks, I passed all of the

The group learned about the duties of security personnel at the park including how to handle potential threats

“I truly feel that I have the right tools now to stay a productive member of society."

Based on recent news of immigrant families detained and separated at the border, MTC feels it’s necessary to provide information

"It's been a highly successful project," adds MTC Vice Chair Jane Marquardt.

“Well, for GED, statistically speaking, it reduces recidivism."

"My mom has had two back surgeries, and she’s still not doing great, so it would be kind of cool

“So MTC and Imperial Regional Detention Center have really shown the need and care for their detainees and really have

"Mr. Barnes went out of his way to make sure that all traditional aspects in celebrating this tradition were met."

"It's been so comforting to know that my daughter is being treated good at your prison."

“He’s smart, he’s very persistent, and he never complains. I believe his potential is pretty much unlimited.”

The state gave Otero County Prison Facility an overall rating of 98 percent or highly effective, placing them in first

As soon as Amber finished her training at Wind River Job Corps, she was hired as a Heavy Equipment Operator

“It’s not like this anywhere else I’ve ever been. We have a lot of programs."

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