For Immediate Release: Oct. 29, 2020
Media Contact: Tina Polishchuk, Tina.Polishchuk@labor.idaho.gov
Idaho youth between ages 16-24 who are looking for skills training and a job are invited to attend a Nov. 4 dinner at the Idaho Centennial Job Corps campus in Nampa and are encouraged to bring someone with them.
“Everyone knows someone who can benefit from the Idaho Job Corps program,” said Courtney Hudnall, student placement supervisor.
Community Night dinners are held the first Wednesday of every month starting at 4:30 p.m. at the Idaho Job Corps Centennial campus at 3201 Ridgecrest Drive.
Income-eligible students are invited to tour the Idaho Job Corps campus, have dinner and learn about benefits of the program, including:
- Hands-on, tuition-free career training at the College of Western Idaho.
- Meals and basic medical care.
- Internships and job shadowing opportunities.
- Industry-recognized credentials.
- Job placement assistance after graduation and more.
Community Night is limited to 30 guests. Reservations are required.
Virtual and in-person tours are given at 2 p.m. Wednesdays. Learn more about Idaho Job Corps on the Labor website.
All campus visitors are required to meet social distancing guidelines and wear a mask while at the center.