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See JARC Baltimore grad Usman and JARC's Site Director Elaine Carroll in a new video about how SNAP E&T helps participants stand on their own. Watch from minute :47-2:40. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEZZh13A4ms&feature=youtu.be
Need to hire welders? Keep your door open to women like these.
Manufacturing isn’t declining. It’s changing, evolving, and adapting for the future. https://www.industryweek.com/leadership/manufacturing-has-serious-image-problem
How do we improve economic mobility for people chronically left behind? https://chicago.suntimes.com/business/jobs-hiring-not-cure-poverty-economy/
"There are students out there who would thrive in manufacturing, but the industry needs to go after them (and their influencers) proactively, showing the growing benefits and opportunities of a career that doesn’t involve a traditional four-year degree. The responsibility for preparing the manufacturing workforce of the future, and the next generation of young people, is ours." https://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/news/2018/09/06/viewpoint-its-time-to-combat-the-myths-about.html
Baltimore City’s Commission on Sustainability visited us this week to learn about the training opportunities we offer and share updates on the Green Network Plan, the Disaster Preparedness (DP3) Plan and the updated Sustainability Plan for the city. https://www.baltimoresustainability.org/about/commision-on-sustainability/ #EveryStoryCounts #freejobtraining
Welcome to JARC’s new Director of Manufacturing Operations! Steve Bjorkman brings over 30 years of experience with the Aerospace, Defense, and Energy industries, including 18 years with Boeing. He is excited to be at JARC because he knows how tough it is to find skilled workers and training resources, and JARC uniquely fills a void that few others fill. #freejobtraining #incumbentworkerrtaining
No orientation session tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. Next one is Oct. 3, 2018, 9 am at the Baltimore Technical Training Center. For more info, visit www.jarcbaltimore.org or call 410.900.1440.
On Wednesday, September 19, 2018, JARC will not be holding an orientation session. Please come on October 3, 2018, at 9 am for our next orientation at the Baltimore Technical Training Center. For additional information visit jarcbaltimore.org/getstarted or call 410.900.1440.
Congratulations to Brian for his great work! This NIMS certificate gets him one step closer to a good job. #CNCjobready #mfgjobs
Orientation Schedule Update: Attn: All applicants to the Welding Fast Track, CNC Fast Track, or Fundamentals of Manufacturing Program The next orientation session will be Wednesday, Oct. 3, 9 am–1 pm at the JARC Baltimore Training Center. 4910 Park Heights Ave. (corner of Garrison Ave., connected to C.C. Jackson Recreation Center). Call 410.900.1440. Must be 18 or older. See https://jarcbaltimore.org/job-seeker-training-programs/orientation-schedule/ No orientation sessions will be held in September.
Way to go Mike! This CNC trainee earned his National Institute for Metalworking Skills credential and is one step closer to becoming #jobready.
JARC Baltimore shared South Baltimore Learning Center's post.
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CNC trainee Branden earned his National Institute for Metalworking Skills credential this week. This is what we're about - attaining skills to go to work! #NIMScertified
Thursday, Aug. 2 was a great day for JARC Baltimore! The Maryland Energy Administration and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation presented JARC Baltimore with a Governor's citation that recognized our organization's achievements and cause. Thank you to the Governor's Office for this incredible honor. We could not be prouder of our team and the impact they've made in Baltimore and beyond. Pictured here: JARC staff and trainees with MEA Director Mary Beth Tung (center with citation) and DLLR Secretary Kelly Schultz (first on right).
Thank you to Drew Greenblatt, President of Marlin Steel Wire Products, for the tour of his company. Our team and trainees enjoyed seeing your production process.
Don't miss JARC President Guy Loudon responding to an industry survey that says, “The top workforce challenge is snagging skilled talent.” http://ow.ly/jg0630kGet5 Plant Services
Keyla, one of our trainees who shared her story at Evening of Hope, got the job! She is now working at Product Supply. Congratulations Keyla! #igotthejob
Congratulations to CNC trainees Rula and Leon for receiving their National Institute for Metalworking Skills cert, a huge accomplishment in becoming job ready. #NIMScertified
Last month, Henry received his National Institute for Metalworking Skills cert and is now working at Alcore Inc., at The Gill Corporation. Let’s all give him a hand! #igotthejob #mondaymotivation #NIMScertified
THANK YOU for joining us for #EveningofHope! Stay tuned this week for more photos from our annual celebration.
Thank you for joining us for JARC's annual Evening of Hope!