“This is great. I don’t know who thought of it but I hope they think of it again and do it more often. It’s just great. To see everyone involved, seeing the families involved, seeing the guys having a good time, it’s great,” visitor Demetria Jones said.
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Month: July 2017
Monica Williams Giving City Austin 3:28 p.m Friday, July 28, 2017 Across the country, studies have demonstrated a link between traumas such as physical and sexual abuse during childhoo and mental health and behavioral issues that lead to incarceration. The problem is especially acute among women, with 73 percent of female inmates reporting mental health … Continued
“This class gives me a benefit, potential to be a better person out there.”
“This is probably the best time that I’ve ever done in any institute—anywhere. And I believe that the
“Job Corps is one of the best-kept secrets in this nation. And if more people knew the good that Job Corps does—the more support Job Corps would get.”
A collections of the best stories from the 2019 Summer season!
“They’re human beings that look just like me and you who have made some mistakes; some small mistakes, some big mistakes
County 10 News (Riverton, Wyo.) – Wind River Job Corps held its fourth graduation ceremony last Friday since its opening in August of 2015, celebrating the accomplishments of over 48 students. Among those who graduated was Teton Trosper, a young man from Fort Washakie, Wyoming who attended WRJC as a residential … Continued
Corridor News “Hat’s off to Elva and Embassy Suites, Gary Job Corps, Texas Workforce Solutions and Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area for giving these students such a great opportunity…” Embassy Suites in San Marcos works in conjunction with Gary Job Corps and Texas Workforce Solutions to recruit interns to work in Guest Services … Continued
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