The Dayton Job Corps Culinary program along with their instructor Mr. Jason Hunt participated in the Southwest Priorty Board's Black History/Recognition Program. The students set up the dinner and served dinner during the program. The Mayor and City Commissioners...
Students from the Dayton Job Corps Center carpentry program are assisting with the Edgemont Solar Garden, which will provide fresh vegetables for the surrounding neighborhood and revitlize that area. Funds for materials for the progam are funded by the Ohio State...
Richard Ireland came to Dayton Job Corps in June of 2014. Richard came to this center with the goal of completing the Carpentry trade and entering the military. Overcoming obstacles is nothing new for Richard. He was raised by this mother until the...
For the last quarter 15 students are headed to college. DJCC partnered with Rio Grande, Sinclair Community College, Ivy Tech and Central State University.
Dayton Job Corps facility maintenance students lended a helping hand to Daytons local church (Harvest Light Family Ministry). Facility Maintenance students helped with the renovations, yard clean up and painting for one of the oldest churches in the community.
6 students and BCL attended City Day Community School annual community Carnival. Students assisted with Carnival activities, prizes, food, setup and break down.
ATC Health Care hired another Job Corps student at $14.00 an hour. This young lady graduated and obtained her certification as a Medical Assitant.
The Dayton Job Corps center partnered with Home Depot. We organized a community service project at Veterans of America. BCL, 12 students and 10 reps from Home Depot cleaned and painted a newly remolded area for their homeless clients.
M&M Constrution & Remodeling supports our center by giving students an opportunity to Job Shadow, Employment and Mentoring. Mr. Mize the owner sent a letter to our local newspaper/Cox Paper about how pleased he was to be a supporter of DJJC.
Decision One- A leading provider of Industry Support Technology Services hire another student from the Dayton Job Corps center. Nick Neal a Computer Repair student was hired this quarter by Decision One with a starting wage of $11.00 an hour.
Dayton Job Corps Plastering & Carpentry students and Instructors help local church (Upshaw AME) remodel sunday school room.
On October 21, 2011 30 Dayton Job Corps students and 5 staff participated in Make A Difference Day. We partnered with United Way to make this special event a day to remember. Our students had the opportunity to give back to the community.
Last quarter there were 14 students who enrolled in College. Many of which had no idea what college was about, took a tour of Wright State University, Central State University and Rio Grande then enrolled.
The Dayton Job Corps and partner City Day has joined to help a homeless family. A home was donated to a family of 4, and the Dayton Job Corps students and City joined hands to assist with cleanning the home, lawn maintenance, move in and painting.
on 3/22/2011, Dayton Job Corps center 11 students participated in park clean up at Judge Aurthor Fisher Park.
3/25/2011 on Channel 2 WDTN talked about how the Dayton Regions employment has increased due to the job market and the help of Job Corps and the Job Center.