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Partnership to renew ABQ youth job training program

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A pair of minority-owned businesses will begin operating Albuquerque Job Corps Center at the beginning of April.

Aleut Logistics Services, an Alaska Native Company and certified small business, and Odle Management Group, a woman and minority-led company, announced Thursday they will begin operating the job corps center under a mentor-protégé agreement, according to a joint news release.

The Albuquerque Job Corps Center, part of a national residential career and technical education program, serves economically disadvantaged youth in Valencia, Sandoval, Bernalillo and Torrance Counties.

The center works with around 600 students aged 16 to 24 in a variety of fields, including healthcare, construction and advanced solar and thermal system installation, according to the release.

The center is one of 123 campuses across the country and one of two in New Mexico. For more information, visit www.jobcorps.gov.

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