Happening at JARC
JARC Updates – Leadership Succession and Transition News
Citing JARC's wraparound services, Sonny Perdue told trainees and grads that combined with skills training, JARC Baltimore is changing lives.
In this video, JARC President Guy Loudon and S&C Electric Exec Timm Hipp explain JARC's mission, while Chris Duggan shares his training experience.
This Open Letter protests the unilateral termination of JARC's partnership at Austin College and Career Academy (ACCA) by the Chicago Public Schools (CPS).
With skilled workers now in high demand, Baltimore should seize the opportunity to rapidly expand high-quality workforce development programs to assist job seekers in obtaining the skills they need.
Research on how to recruit women to nontraditional job training such as CNC, welding, and press brake. Numerous focus groups were conducted with the purpose of growing the pipeline of trainees.
JARC has lost a dear and loyal friend: Rich Boveri, Senior Engineer at S&C Electric Company and chair of JARC’s Industry Advisory Council.
The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation featured JARC Baltimore prominently in its 2018 EARN Annual Report. This document goes to Governor Hogan, and it showcases the work of many Workforce Development and Adult Learning partners.
Putman Media's new Manufacturing Tomorrow's Workforce podcast launched with a 44-minute interview with JARC President Guy Loudon. He discusses how to bridge the skills gap in the manufacturing workforce.
A friend and graduate of JARC passed away unexpectedly October 2018.