The Ottumwa Job Corps has received its first ever evaluation from the Department of Labor.
Job Corps Learning Coordinator Connie Wilson says the DOL gave a great review to the center.
Wilson stopped by Ottumwa's Market on Main Thursday afternoon to visit with some trainees who now work at the new non-profit organization.
â??I have a lot of friends on center, and I do a lot of stuff to help people. Also here at Market on Main I do a lot of work. I talk with a lot of people it's pretty good,â?? said Justin Massey, an Ottumwa Jobs Corps student.
â??They have a multitude of task and duties customer service being one of the priorities, and so I come and down about once a week or so and check on the, and see how things are going and ask the vendors are they doing a good job for you, and it also gives the community an opportunity to meet a typical job corps student,â?? said Wilson.
Now the Ottumwa Job Corps will focus on the critiques they received from the Department of Labor.
They told Job Corps to keep learning-based partners coming in and to keep expanding its services.