MCSC Milwaukee Community Service Corps

MCSC Milwaukee Community Service Corps MCSC is a non-profit vocational training organization providing employment, education and life skills training to young adults in Milwaukee.
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Operating as usual

05/28/2021

We want to wish everyone a Happy Memorial Day! Have fun and be safe so that we can all make it to next weeks classes!

04/28/2021

# Wednesday Wisdom
An OSHA Certification can put you a step ahead when applying for almost any job...

We are having a OSHA10 this week Thursday and Friday! It's not too late to enroll call us at 414-372-9040.
04/21/2021

We are having a OSHA10 this week Thursday and Friday! It's not too late to enroll call us at 414-372-9040.

We are having a OSHA10 this week Thursday and Friday! It's not too late to enroll call us at 414-372-9040.

We will be having a OSHA10 class this week Thursday and Friday! It's not too late to get enrolled call us at 414-372-904...
04/21/2021

We will be having a OSHA10 class this week Thursday and Friday! It's not too late to get enrolled call us at 414-372-9040.

We will be having a OSHA10 class this week Thursday and Friday! It's not too late to get enrolled call us at 414-372-9040.

04/13/2021

#Forklift #TipOfTheDay
Ensure your forks are lowered, your brakes are on and your controls in neutral before you dismount.

04/12/2021
04/08/2021

March Winds, April Showers make way for LOTS OF LITTER, DEBRIS, UNKEMPT GRASS...or however the song goes😁MCSC will handle it all

04/05/2021
03/30/2021

Spring is in the air, get a jump start on your lawn and landscaping needs call MCSC today 414-372-9040😉

Just like the rare 4-leaf clover, MCSC is  a treasure hidden in the heart of the city that offers opportunities to make ...
03/17/2021

Just like the rare 4-leaf clover, MCSC is a treasure hidden in the heart of the city that offers opportunities to make wishes come true. If you are looking for your treasure give us a call at 414-372-9040. Ohh and Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!👷‍♀️👷👷‍♂️🇮🇪🇮🇪

Just like the rare 4-leaf clover, MCSC is a treasure hidden in the heart of the city that offers opportunities to make wishes come true. If you are looking for your treasure give us a call at 414-372-9040. Ohh and Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!👷‍♀️👷👷‍♂️🇮🇪🇮🇪

Edith ClarkeSource: Engineer GirlEdith Clarke was an important figure in the field of electrical engineering. In 1921, s...
03/12/2021

Edith Clarke
Source: Engineer Girl

Edith Clarke was an important figure in the field of electrical engineering. In 1921, she patented a graphing calculator used to solve power transmission line problems, and she was later involved in offering electrical engineering solutions for dam building. She was the first woman to earn a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT and went on to teach electrical engineering later in her career. Her inventions, including the graphing calculator, are still used today.
#WomensHistoryMonth

Edith Clarke
Source: Engineer Girl

Edith Clarke was an important figure in the field of electrical engineering. In 1921, she patented a graphing calculator used to solve power transmission line problems, and she was later involved in offering electrical engineering solutions for dam building. She was the first woman to earn a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT and went on to teach electrical engineering later in her career. Her inventions, including the graphing calculator, are still used today.
#WomensHistoryMonth

03/11/2021

A (brief) History of Women in Construction…

1200(ish) A.D. – a team of women workers builds the Iglesia de San Pedro in Navarra Spain.

Around 1650 – Lady Anne Clifford inherits a huge estate and sets about significantly improving and enlarging the churches and five castles contained within Yorkshire and Cumbria in England.

Sometime around 1700 – Elizabeth Wilbraham is thought to have drawn up the architectural designs made famous by Christopher Wren since women couldn’t hold professional roles in society.

1817 – Waterloo Bridge opens, is called “Ladies Bridge” because of the key role women had in its construction.

1883 – Emily Roebling, whose husband was the Chief engineer but had fallen ill, is the first person to cross the Brooklyn Bridge in celebration of its completion. Her hard work and management saw the project through even after her husband’s illness.

1898 – first woman architect, Ethel Charles, gains professional recognition and is admitted into the Royal Institute of British Architects. Also, Julia Morgan becomes the first woman admitted to the top school of architecture in Paris.

1943 – thousands and thousands of women around the country are found working in shipyards and factories during World War 2 while the men are off to war.

1979 – Barbara Res is put in charge of the construction of Trump Tower, making her the first hardhat-to-completion woman foreman on a major American construction project.

2006 – Nicole Dosso is named Technical Director of the construction project for One World Trade Center.
Courtesy of Magnum Contracting LLC.

#WomensHistoryMonth
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#WomensHistoryMonthJulia MorganSource: Kennedy Library Online ArchiveIn 1898, Julia Morgan became the first woman admitt...
03/10/2021

#WomensHistoryMonth
Julia Morgan
Source: Kennedy Library Online Archive

In 1898, Julia Morgan became the first woman admitted to the École de Beaux-Arts in Paris, widely regarded as the best school of architecture in the world. She returned to her California home and became the first woman licensed by the state to practice architecture. She was a leading proponent of the Arts and Crafts movement and designed many buildings. Her YWCA buildings were institutions intended to serve women, but her most famous design was Hearst Castle, conceived for publisher William Randolph Hearst. Morgan supervised every aspect of the construction over the next 28 years, making her work a symbol of the utmost dedication to her career.

#WomensHistoryMonth
Julia Morgan
Source: Kennedy Library Online Archive

In 1898, Julia Morgan became the first woman admitted to the École de Beaux-Arts in Paris, widely regarded as the best school of architecture in the world. She returned to her California home and became the first woman licensed by the state to practice architecture. She was a leading proponent of the Arts and Crafts movement and designed many buildings. Her YWCA buildings were institutions intended to serve women, but her most famous design was Hearst Castle, conceived for publisher William Randolph Hearst. Morgan supervised every aspect of the construction over the next 28 years, making her work a symbol of the utmost dedication to her career.

In honor of Women's History Month we remember Ms Emily Roebling, the first woman engineer👷‍♀️Source: ASCEThe Brooklyn Br...
03/09/2021

In honor of Women's History Month we remember
Ms Emily Roebling, the first woman engineer👷‍♀️

Source: ASCE

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most iconic engineering projects in America's history. Washington Roebling was its Chief Engineer, but when he became seriously ill in 1872, his wife Emily stepped in. She had been taking notes of what needed to be completed before he passed, and when he died, she began overseeing the day-to-day supervision and management of the project. According to ASCE, she learned about strength of materials, stress analysis, cable construction, and calculation of catenary curves. Every day, she went onsite to relay her husband's instructions to workers and to answer questions. She kept records and was said to have represented her husband at social events. She was Chief Engineer in all but name, and the bridge — completed in 1883 — bears a plaque honoring Emily and her husband.

In honor of Women's History Month we remember
Ms Emily Roebling, the first woman engineer👷‍♀️

Source: ASCE

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most iconic engineering projects in America's history. Washington Roebling was its Chief Engineer, but when he became seriously ill in 1872, his wife Emily stepped in. She had been taking notes of what needed to be completed before he passed, and when he died, she began overseeing the day-to-day supervision and management of the project. According to ASCE, she learned about strength of materials, stress analysis, cable construction, and calculation of catenary curves. Every day, she went onsite to relay her husband's instructions to workers and to answer questions. She kept records and was said to have represented her husband at social events. She was Chief Engineer in all but name, and the bridge — completed in 1883 — bears a plaque honoring Emily and her husband.

In honor of International Women's Day we had 4 women attend our OSHA10 training today👷‍♀️👷‍♀️👷‍♀️👷‍♀️
03/08/2021

In honor of International Women's Day we had 4 women attend our OSHA10 training today👷‍♀️👷‍♀️👷‍♀️👷‍♀️

Mr. Fergus Forklift says he needs new friends.  So call MCSC and sign up for their hands on Forklift training today🙂 414...
03/04/2021

Mr. Fergus Forklift says he needs new friends. So call MCSC and sign up for their hands on Forklift training today🙂 414-372-9040

Mr. Fergus Forklift says he needs new friends. So call MCSC and sign up for their hands on Forklift training today🙂 414-372-9040

03/03/2021

#Forklift #TipOfTheDay
Ensure your forks are lowered, your brakes are on and your controls in neutral before you dismount👷‍♂️👷‍♀

03/01/2021
When someone says MCSC what do you all do?We:Mentor, Motivate, Encourage, Educate, Empower!We do:lawn care, firework set...
02/25/2021

When someone says MCSC what do you all do?
We:
Mentor, Motivate, Encourage, Educate, Empower!
We do:
lawn care, firework set-up, snow removal, home repairs, renovations, painting, hands on forklift training, debris/litter pick up, recycling, OSHA training...
Why do we do it:
To provide opportunities
To change lives
To better the community
To give second chances
MCSC exists to provide education, life skills, and job training opportunities for at-risk young adults, as well as the unemployed or underemployed that allow them to earn wages while improving the community as well as the environment.

02/18/2021
EQUUS Workforce Solution referral learning to driving the forklift

We make sure that we follow all health safety guidelines every trainee and employee are required to wear mask. Temperature checks are performed as trainees enter the building. Forklift is wiped down before and after each class. Hand washing and or sanitizing readily available.

02/17/2021

MCSC Forklift training is free to those enrolled in the F-Set program. Don't miss a valuable training with endless possibilities!

02/16/2021

Hey you, I've got a tip for you...
MCSC is still offering OSHA10 and Forklift certification trainings😁

02/15/2021

“Whatever we believe about ourselves and our ability comes true for us.”
—Susan L. Taylor, journalist

02/09/2021

Estine Cowner became a Scaler on a Construction crew as the demand for qualified labor in WWII opened new opportunities for women.

02/08/2021

"Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed." _Booker T. Washington

02/05/2021

A little HVAC history lesson...
If you enjoy buying fresh food from across the country, you have African American Frederick McKinley Jones, inventor of air cooling units used in food transporting trucks in the 1930's. He was also awarded more than 60 patents over his lifetime, 40 of which involved refrigeration equipment.

02/03/2021

African American Alice Parker, in 1918, created a heating furnace that could be used to heat an entire living space.

02/02/2021

African American David Crosthwait, was an expert on HVAC. He received over 40 U.S. patents related to HVAC systems.

02/01/2021

A new year, A new month, A new day to learn something new !
African American Garrett Augustus Morgan, invented a smoke hood in 1916 that he used to rescue several
men trapped by an explosion in tunnels under Lake Erie. This invention was later refined
by the U.S. Army into the gas mask, which was used to protect soldiers from chlorine
fumes during World War I. Some of the PPE we still use today!!

Tuesday Tip:📢📢👷‍♀️👷#Forklift101
01/19/2021

Tuesday Tip:📢📢
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#Forklift101

Tuesday Tip:📢📢
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#Forklift101

Say it with me "I'm Possible!!!💪"
01/11/2021

Say it with me "I'm Possible!!!💪"

Say it with me "I'm Possible!!!💪"

01/11/2021

MCSC would like to send a GREAT BIG HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Oscar Aguirre. We appreciate everything you do. Enjoy your Day!

01/06/2021

Looking to increase your employability for the new year?👀👀 Look no further MCSC offers nationally recognized OSHA10 & Forklift Certifications!!😲😲😲🤑🤑 Call 414-372-9040 today!🏃‍♀️🏃

01/05/2021

To the MCSC family and all of our friends wishing you a year of prosperity and good health!! Cheers to 2021🥳🥳🥳🥳

12/28/2020

Focus on the step in front of you, not the whole staircase!
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1441 N 7th St
Milwaukee, WI
53205

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00

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(414) 372-9040

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Giving Tuesday is tomorrow. You can make a difference. Help MCSC setup scholarships so those who don't qualify for government programs can take advantage of the training offered by MCSC. Nothing is more important than helping another raise their self-esteem and find their own definition of success. Who gave you the opportunity you needed to find your success? Be the one who does it for someone else.
I would just like to say this,I worked @ the MCSC Program for 3 Months for $7.25,Working there was the WORST Job I EVER had!!! Their is no Organization, the People that they have Supervision,are excuse the expression ASSHOLE'S!! Oscar,Jose,Raymell, are supposed "Supervisors" they should be FIRED!!! ASAP!!! I would NOT Recommend Anybody go to this program!!! It is the Biggest WASTE of time & Taxpayer Money!!!