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Job Corps Angels Presents $300 donation to Pathway of Hope 


Photo L-R: MJCC Student Government Treasurer, Alexis Moreno; Diana Anderson, Director of Pathway of Hope; and Jeffrey Scohera, Student Government Vice-President

MUHLENBERG COUNTY, Ky. (12/15/2014) – The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center is more than an educational program, it’s more than a training program, and it’s a program that enjoys giving back to their community.

The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center has a club called the Bulldog Angels which was developed for the sole purpose to give back. The club hosts Friday jean days and other type fundraisers for a small monetary donation from those staff who choose to participate. The monetary donations are shared with Muhlenberg County charity organizations in need.

The Bulldog Angels were proud to recently present a $300 check to the Pathway of Hope Foundation located in Greenville, Kentucky. The foundation is a Christ-centered, pro-life facility designed to counsel girls and young women on the devastating effects of abortion. The facility offers counseling sessions and access to numerous infant supplies for free. The foundation has been organized by Diana Anderson, executive director since 2005. Anderson has help from a large number of volunteers and has served over 1,100 families. The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center staff and students were more than proud to choose Pathway of Hope as the recipient of this donation.

The Muhlenberg Job Corps Center serves disadvantaged youth ages 17-24. They obtain vocational skill training they need to be successful in their chosen career. Over 70% of Job Corps student earn industry-recognized credentials in one or more than 100 trades in high growth industries. Year in and year out, for the past 50 years, the Job Corps program has been a beacon of hope and opportunity for over 2.7 million young people. Muhlenberg offers training and certifications in heavy equipment operating, welding, class B CDL, construction equipment mechanics, certified nursing assistant, clinical medical assistant, pharmacy technology and medical office support.

If you know someone who could benefit from this free program, please contact Karen Robinson at (270) 377-3269. 

Information provided by Karen Robinson
Posted by J.L. Graham
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