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Job Corps training centers are the nationwide locations where Job Corps participants learn technical career skills. Job Corps has 125 locations, each slightly different. The training centers typically offer dorms for stu... More »

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Job Corps is a federally funded education and job-training program for at-risk youths between the ages of 16 and 24. The U.S Department of Labor contracts with non-profit organizations across the country to operate a net... More »

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Applications to Job Corps are done through a local admissions counselor. The nearest office can be found by calling the toll-free number and speaking to an operator. More »

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