Jesse Mojica Retires from Gary Job Corps
In 1988 Jesse Mojica, came to Gary Job Corps from working with various electrical contractors in the Central and West Texas Area. Mojica has had the responsibility for maintaining over 100 buildings on the 775 acre campus, dormitories for over 900 students, classrooms, and office buildings, dining facility, and recreation areas supporting the over 500 staff. Additionally. Mojica who is an ordained Catholic deacon (2000) for the Diocese of Austin, conducts services once or twice a month and administers the communion capital sacrament to the Catholic offenders attending his services at the Kyle Correctional Center. He received the Governor’s 2015 Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award. Pictured at the Main Gate is Mojica with his daughter Susanne Ritter, Business Engagement Liaison and Apprenticeship Coordinator, a family tradition, she has been working at Gary Job Corps for 25 years. Receiving a token of appreciation from the Center Director Angela Rackley Meadows, she expressed her sincere thanks for all the sacrifices that Mojica has made of the years for coming in on weekends, nights, and holidays during adverse weather doing what needed to be done for the welfare of the staff and the students.