“Through this new partnership, CMJTS and the Steger Wilderness Center provided these youth an opportunity to learn about the stone masonry trade and take their first steps down a career path with skills passed down from older generations.”
We recognize this is a difficult time for those who are impacted by the recent layoffs at Federal Cartridge. If you are one of these people, we would like you to know that you do not have to walk alone through this transition. There are services available, free of charge, to help you along your journey to your next job.
What a blessing it has been to be part of the dislocated worker program and my gratitude goes out to . . . Janelle who was with me until the end of the program and the beginning of my employment.
“I’m grateful to all the people who put in time and effort to the cause and for the donations received for the build,” said Dave. “I am looking forward to having privacy, amenities, and a place to lock up my stuff.”
“Since I have been a CNA all I want to do is become a nurse anesthetist. So hopefully, with all this hard work and dedication, I can do that.”
Lukas applied for the information technology (IT) assistant position at Mora High School in 2014. Interviewers were impressed by his enthusiasm and intelligence, and he was hired for the position.