Brittany came to Iroquois Job Corps Center when she was just 17 years old. She was a very polite and respectful young lady. Because of her age, Brittany had to wait six months to take the GED exam. Since she wasn't sure what career technical training she was interested in taking, she explored Carpentry, Medical Office Support, and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) before deciding she wanted to pursue something in the medical field.
Brittany decided to take CNA as it fit well with her… Read more
Andrew grew up wanting to be a sailor in the United States Navy. When the traditional school system wasn't able to accommodate his needs, he thought his childhood dreams would never become a reality. So when he heard about the Job Corps program and the opportunity to get his GED along with 675 trade hours that would enable him to qualify to enlist with the Navy, he couldn't wait to sign up.
When Andy came to Iroquois Job Corps Center, he immediately began working on obtaining his GED… Read more
Tired of bouncing from one job to the next and tired of the effect that it had on his living situation and life in general, Josiah Moore came to Clearfield Job Corps from Denver, Colorado at the age of twenty. He had friends that were successful at Job Corps, and Josiah decided to research the Job Corps program. He made the decision to “change my situation, my attitude, and my life!”
In his second week on campus, he was appointed to an important student leadership position -… Read more
Job Corps' motto is "Success Lasts a Lifetime" and nowhere is this more evident than in the story of Idaho Court of Appeals Chief Judge Sergio Gutierrez, who received his GED and studied carpentry at the Wolf Creek Job Corps Center in the early 1970s.
Born in Chihuahua, Mexico, Sergio crossed the border with his family and settled in Stockton, California. His father struggled to make ends meet for his six children on field workers’ wages and his mother suffered from crippling mental… Read more
El lema del Job Corps es "El éxito dura toda la vida" y en ningún lugar es esto más evidente que en la historia del Juez en Jefe del Tribunal de Apelaciones de Idaho, Sergio Gutiérrez, quien recibió su diploma "GED" y estudió carpintería en el centro del Job Corps de Wolf Creek a principios de los años 1970s.
Nacido en Chihuahua, México, Sergio cruzó la frontera con su familia y se estableció en Stockton, California. Su padre luchó para satisfacer las necesidades de sus seis hijos… Read more