2013 and Prior News Stories

Make a Difference Day!

November 1st, 2013

On October 26,2013 Student Volunteers left their mark at the Annual Make a Difference Day an event that has been sponsor by USA Weekend Magazine and Point of Light for the past twenty years. This event is part of greater national community service movement aimed towards improving lives through education and awarness outreach concerning social [more]


Heavy Equipment Tour

October 16th, 2013

On October 4, 2013, the Cleveland Job Corps Center’s carpentry class toured International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 18 Apprenticeship & Training Center in Richfield,Ohio. Nancy HanLan, Instructor and graduate,of the apprenticeship training site greeted the staff and students with a warm welcome. In her presentation she talked about job readiness and attendance [more]


Leon Bibbs News Achor TV 5 ask the Cleveland Job Corps Center to participated in Rebuliding Together. Mr. Bibbs grew up on the eastside of Cleveland Glensville neighborhood and wanted to give back to his community. The Job Corps members all worked very hard and with a attitude appropriate to the task . [more]


Today June 30, 2012 the  Cleveland Job Corps Center, Student leaders join volunteer from Cleveland Police Department, Clleveland Fire Department and numerous agency from Greater Cleveland to education the community on Crime prevention. There also youth activities and CJCC students help at the craft table ofr young kids preschooll to about 8 years old to make [more]


The Collinwood Observer newspaper, Volume 4 Issue 3, wrote about the Cleveland Job Corps Center’s student ambassadors working at the the Christian Business League Breakfast. The keynote speaker was the White House Director of the Office of Faith- based and Neighborhood Partnerships, Mr. Josha DuBois. www.collinwoodobserver.com (more)


The Cleveland Job Corps Center has a number of work based learning sites. Our student really get to practice their job readiness skills. These opportunities enhance the trainees resume. They also have an opportunity to connect their classroom experiences to the real work place. We are very grateful for our community partners and the opportunities [more]


During the Marines seven day visit to Cleveland, Ohio; this historic group showcased their skills and expertise to the  Greater Cleveland region. In connection with Marine Week, the Cleveland Job Corps Center student leaders visited the largest Vietnam Memorial Wall Replica and the Ohio Flags of Honor. The Cleveland Job Corps Center’s recreation department sponsored [more]


Ms. Mitchell heard about the Cleveland Job Corps Center making a difference in Cleveland neighborhoods and in the Community.  Ms. Mitchell contacted us because  a senior citizen in her neighborhood was in distress.  The senior citizen was informed that she had to vacate her house for two weeks. The vocational trades at CJCC provided two [more]


Rocky Hwasta Construction Sector Specialist took young Ladies from carpentry, bricklaying, sign & display and facilities maintenance toured the Cleveland Convention Center and Medical Mart on May 9, 2012. The trainees were given a tour by employees of Turner Construction. (more)


RTA Scavenger Hunt

June 28th, 2012

On June 2, 2012 the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA)  sponsored a scavenger hunt allowing participants to explore the Cleveland area using the RTA. This is the hunts second year with stops on the east side and west side; from Ohio City to Shaker Square.  The Cleveland Job Corps hosted two teams with four [more]


February Minority Solution  A employer in the Greater Cleveland area recognized a CJCA Student for their outstanding contribution to their company. The mission of their company is to create partnerships for University Hospital and Local Labor Union . This company has been recognized as Who’s Who in Black Cleveland for the Outstanding Buisness Award. (more)


March 9th, 2011 The CJCA Medical Assistant Program is partnershiping with the American Red Cross at the Cleveland Job Corps Center. This is one of their annual traditions. The quota for the Cleveland Job Corps Academy was 60 pints of blood but with the help of all the students in the Medical Assistant Class they [more]


March 10, 2011 A Student Goverment Assosiation is partnership with Harvest for Hunger in the 2011 Campain in order to raise money for the needy. Harverst for Hunger is a communiity- wide food and fund drive that is coordinated locally by the Cleveland Foodbank each spring to help local hunger centers serve the hungry people [more]