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Photo Gallery: Michelle Johnson wins JC BOOT Award
(August 1, 2012)

Images include:

  • Job Corps National Director Edna Primrose congratulates New Haven, conn. Job Corps graduate Michelle Johnson on winning the first annual Better Occupational Opportunities for Tradeswomen Award for exhibiting "strength, courage, aptitude and commitment" to launching a career in carpentry.
  • Secretary Solis is flanked on left by New Haven, Conn., Job Corps Center Director Barbara Sandstrom and New Haven Job Corps BOOT Award Winner Michelle Johnson
  • Hand crafted first annual Better Occupational Opportunities for Tradeswomen (BOOT) Award created by the National Office of Job Corps
  • William Irwin, Executive Director, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America International Training Fund; BOOT Award winner Michelle Johnson; New Haven, Conn., Job Corps Center Director Barbara Sandstrom; and Office of Job Corps National Director Edna Primrose
  • William Irwin, Executive Director, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America International Training Fund; BOOT Award winner Michelle Johnson; New Haven, Conn., Job Corps Center Director Barbara Sandstrom; and Office of Job Corps National Director Edna Primrose
  • Pam Livingston-Lewis, a welding instructor at Weber Basin Job Corps Center, Ogden, Utah, received Job Corps' first annual Paramount Instructor Award for her passion for teaching, length of service, and ability to connect with her students

Images include:

  • Job Corps National Director Edna Primrose congratulates New Haven, conn. Job Corps graduate Michelle Johnson on winning the first annual Better Occupational Opportunities for Tradeswomen Award for exhibiting "strength, courage, aptitude and commitment" to launching a career in carpentry.
  • Secretary Solis is flanked on left by New Haven, Conn., Job Corps Center Director Barbara Sandstrom and New Haven Job Corps BOOT Award Winner Michelle Johnson
  • Hand crafted first annual Better Occupational Opportunities for Tradeswomen (BOOT) Award created by the National Office of Job Corps
  • William Irwin, Executive Director, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America International Training Fund; BOOT Award winner Michelle Johnson; New Haven, Conn., Job Corps Center Director Barbara Sandstrom; and Office of Job Corps National Director Edna Primrose
  • William Irwin, Executive Director, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America International Training Fund; BOOT Award winner Michelle Johnson; New Haven, Conn., Job Corps Center Director Barbara Sandstrom; and Office of Job Corps National Director Edna Primrose
  • Pam Livingston-Lewis, a welding instructor at Weber Basin Job Corps Center, Ogden, Utah, received Job Corps' first annual Paramount Instructor Award for her passion for teaching, length of service, and ability to connect with her students