JOB CORPS CARPENTRY STUDENTS HOLD BLOOD DRIVE IN HONOR OF FORMER INSTRUCTOR
Carpentry students at the Paul Simon Job Corps Center held a successful blood drive in honor of former instructor Glen Schwerdtmann, who is battling leukemia.
Pre-apprentice carpentry students of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners at the Paul Simon Chicago Center signed up students and staff for the quarterly American Red Cross Blood Drive. The carpentry students sponsored the blood drive in honor of Glen Schwerdtmann of the UBC, a former Job Corps instructor diagnosed with leukemia. The carpentry students encouraged their peers to give blood for this worthy cause. Over 100 people participated, donating 34 usable pints of blood. Paul Simon Job Corps