Career Technical Training (CTT) Sheets
A number of CTT sheets have been reprinted in the past couple of weeks. Visit the CTT Sheets page to order these materials designed to give OA counselors and center staff members a tool to help potential or new students select the career training area that best matches their interests and skills.
Job Corps on Facebook
The National Office has launched Job Corps' official Facebook page. The page not only will help admissions counselors in educating potential students about the program, but also will assist career transition services specialists maintain connections with students, graduates, and employers. Since the page is filled with Job Corps updates on academics, job placement, and recreational offerings, even business community liaisons can use it to educate community leaders about the program.
Job Corps staff members are encouraged to submit ideas for Facebook updates to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ideas include:
- Local media clips.
- Photos with caption information telling when the photo was taken, what is taking place, and who is in the photo.
- Student, staff member, employer, and community partner spotlights and success stories.
- Community service projects and other special events.
The National Office encourages Job Corps staff members to submit content ideas and to share the page with colleagues, students, graduates, employers, and community contacts.
Advanced Training Flier
This electronic flier highlights Job Corps' advanced training programs across the country. It lists the centers that offer advanced training programs and includes a map of center locations
Boston Region Center DVD - Spanish
Each Regional DVD is now available in Spanish and includes three main sections: Overview of Job Corps, Career Pathways, and Center Life. All video clips are from an actual Job Corps center or project, showing actual students at work, in class, and on campus. DVDs can be used with prospective Hispanic students, parents, community partners, and potential employers. The video discs require DVD-capable hardware and software to play on a computer or laptop. The DVDs will also play in a DVD player connected to a TV.