Junior Achievement is a volunteer program to promote work-readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy skills. It uses experimental learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their full potential. Thanks to the community's financial and human resources, students will learn through JA, the importance of soft skills, money management and how business works.
Muhlenberg Mentors, a school-based mentoring program, matches caring adults from the community with students in need of of additional support. Trained adults work one-on-one with students one day a week for up to one hour. This program's primary focus is to provide referred youth a positive role model, resulting in increased social and emotional development.
We are a fully functional 24/7 E-911 Center. We dispatch for all eight fire departments in Muhlenberg County (which consist of Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, Greenville, Beechmont, Graham, Dunmor, and Nelson Creek), Muhlenberg County EMS, Muhlenberg County Sheriff's Department, Greenville Police Department, Central City Police Department, and Powderly Police Department.
Each Telecommunicator must complete the Department of Criminal Justice Telecommunications Academy at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky. The academy is 168 hours of training in seven different areas. Communication personnel are re-certified annually by attending in-service classes conducted by the DOCJT.
The academy consists of the following seven areas:
(1) Basic Telecommunications
(2) Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS)
(3) Emergency Medical Dispatch
(4) Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation(CPR)
(5) Critical Incidents
(6) Spanish for the Telecommunicator
(7) Incident Command, Homeland Security
|Kristi D Jenkinsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Director||08/27/1997|
|Joe L. Ford email@example.com||G.I.S. Coordinator||03/20/2009|
|Kayla Bratcherfirstname.lastname@example.org||Asst. TAC||05/11/2006|