Rouse recipient of Fluor scholarship
Joshua Rouse, a student at Kittrell Job Corps Center, was recently chosen to receive a renewable $5,000 Fluor Foundation Job Corps Scholarship.
Rouse enrolled at the Job Corps Center in November 2013 and graduated May 2014. While enrolled, he studied facility maintenance and received a Ramset and OSHA-10 certification. He has been accepted at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro, where he plans to pursue an associate degree in applied science starting this fall.
Job Corps is a free education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor. It aims to help at-risk young people ages 16 through 24 years old prepare for successful careers.
Fluor Federal Solutions is an independent operating company of global engineering and construction firm Fluor that currently provides management services to six Job Corps locations across the country, including the Kittrell center.
The Job Corps Scholarship Program was established in 2003 to assist graduates from sites served by Fluor in pursuing higher education.