Happening at JARC
JARC board member passes away after four-year battle with cancer.
A Maryland Governor’s Citation was awarded to JARC Baltimore recognizing its efforts to expanding the local workforce that supports the manufacturing, construction and offshore wind energy industries. The award was presented by MEA Director Mary Beth Tung and DLLR Secretary Kelly Schultz.
Raloid Corp. was recently named JARC Baltimore's Manufacturing Partner of the Year. The veteran-owned business has served the machining needs of the military and aero defense industry for over 50 years. Today the company employs six JARC graduates and taps the organization for on-site machinist training.
Sometimes the giver is the receiver. Read this blog post about how JARC Baltimore received free freelance assistance from Catchafire thanks to one of our grantors, the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The freelancers felt equally passionate about the match.
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions in Streamwood, IL, designs and manufactures injection molded thermoplastics and thermoset composite products for bearing and sealing applications.
Arlena Williams was a former graphic designer when she came to JARC in 2013. She had found that career patch unsatisfying in terms of the office environment and overall challenge of the work. She learned about welding from watching a video she showed her class as a substitute teacher at a trade school. She was sold.
JARC trainee Tim Holt pays tribute to his instructor.
Professional welders from China stopped by our training center to learn about JARC's welding program.
On Oct. 24, 2017, JARC shared its best practices with the Bucheon Labor Management and Civil Administration Council from South Korea.
Lauren Purviance (third from left), JARC’s Business Services Coordinator, spoke as part of a panel on live radio during the “Midday” program on WYPR FM 88.1, Baltimore’s public radio station. The 50-minute panel examined Baltimore's calamitous de-industrialization and the challenge of rebuilding the city's workforce. Listen here.