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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.
If you are considering a career change, we’ve got tons of resources to help you get started.
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.
We have a lot of work left to do but we’re off to a strong start. I’m excited about what we can accomplish in the next 100 days and beyond.
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.