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Job Corps is sending a message to our students: It’s OK not to be OK. It’s OK to ask for help.
Job Corps is dedicated to helping all of our students – including those new to the U.S. – build meaningful skills, land fulfilling jobs and develop lifelong relationships.
Daniella Pierre shares how Job Corps supported her in earning a degree and finding a meaningful career path.
Job Corps share strategies they’re using to increase awareness of mental health, mitigate pandemic stress and keep students safe.
Over the past 57 years, Job Corps has helped nearly 3 million students develop the skills they need to pursue meaningful careers and connecting them with employers seeking skilled workers in high-growth industries.
Job Corps is a program of inclusion, of supporting and respecting our students and staff, and their varied backgrounds and experiences.
Our most important goal at Job Corps is to help students reach theirs – and help them learn the skills for well-paying jobs and a better life.
Through the Job Corps Scholars program, eligible youth (age 16-24) can enroll in a career technical training program to learn in-demand job skills at accredited public colleges.