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Job Corps Bids Farewell to 12-year Work-Based Learning Coordinator 


MUHLENBERG COUNTY, Ky. (03/12/15) – On March 4, the Muhlenberg County Job Corps Center said goodbye to an employee that has gained a considerably large reputation for helping students through partnerships with local community organizations and businesses.

Job Corps states that Ann Cisney, Work-Based Learning Coordinator, developed the Work-Based Learning program at Job Corps in 2002. Cisney developed working relationships with such local businesses and organizations as Woodruff Auto, Muhlenberg Community Hospital, Brewer, Inc., Kindred Health Care, Piper’s Saw Shop, Meuth Concrete, Boss Truck Shop, GMS Mining, Inc., Greater Muhlenberg County Chamber of Commerce, Central City Tourism, 911 Billing, Senior Citizens Center and Metal Works.

“Ms. Cisney was the type of employee who gave 110% to every task assigned,” said Job Corps Officials. “She was a recipient of many types of recognition throughout her years such as Above & Beyond Awards, Employee of the Month on multiple occasions, staff pride awards, multiple employee safe driver of the month awards, and eight MJCC Bulldog Awards.”

Officials went on to state that, “On behalf of all staff and students of Horizons Youth Services and Muhlenberg Job Corps Center, we thank Ms. Cisney for her years of service to the hundreds of youth she served, and we wish her a very happy retirement.”

KenCo News would like to join Job Corps in stating our appreciation for Ms. Cisney’s passion for helping students while at the same time developing our community for the future.

J.L. Graham
KenCo News
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