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Job Corps gave me an affirmation that I could do something with my life.

Judge Sergio A. Gutierrez

Job Corps' motto is "Success Lasts a Lifetime" and nowhere is this more evident than in the story of Idaho Court of Appeals Chief Judge Sergio Gutierrez, who received his GED and studied carpentry at the Wolf Creek Job Corps Center in the early 19... Read More

Sileshi Getnet

Sileshi Getnet immigrated from Ethiopia in January 2004 and quickly learned the English language. He attended the Keystone Job Corps Center from November 2004 and graduated in October 2006. Before enrolling in the center’s advanced training progra... Read More

Earth Day Every Day Demand-side Management Winners

With so many centers working diligently nationwide to implement green programs and initiatives on campus, picking our first round of Earth Day Every Day (EDED) Demand-side Management Award winners was a difficult task. The two centers fro... Read More

Earth Day Every Day 

Twelve centers have been awarded the first round Demand-side Management Awards, which are a part of Job Corps' Earth Day Every Day (EDED) initiatives. Congratulations to the winners! They are: 

  • Boston Region – Ramey and Iroq... Read More

I will remember every project during my time at job corps because I know it impacted someone.

Troy Carter

Like many Job Corps graduates, Troy Carter began his life in a low-income neighborhood with nothing but a dream of music industry success and a drive to make it happen. After struggling to balance his education with a budding music career, Carter ... Read More

Keystone Job Corps Center

The road-paving project at Keystone Job Corps Center in Drums, Pa., has brought smiles to the faces of not only the students and staff on center but also the local construction company hired to complete the project. A local construction company wa... Read More

I will forever be grateful to Job Corps.

Monique Williams Jordan

With a pinch of passion, a sprinkle of creativity and a generous amount of determination, "Chef Moe," Monique Williams, has turned her culinary aspirations into a recipe for success.

Her journey began as a culinary arts student at W... Read More

You have to want it for yourself.

Aisha Watte

Aisha Watte, a 22-year-old originally from Alexandria, Virginia, is a CJCC graduate. She arrived in January 2011 with her high school diploma and completed the Medical Office Support (MOS) Trade. In October 2012, Aisha was accepted to the Keystone... Read More