What is Job Corps?
Job Corps is a great resource for learning work skills, including a high school diploma or GED. Most students live at the center or off center. Residentail and nonresidential policies vary at each center, so check with admissions counselor for details.
It seems like the Blackwell job corps centers are located in areas where conservation work is done. Job Corps
Job Corps is a federal program that provides food, shelter, work clothes, health care, and job training to teenagers and young adults at 115 campuses across the United States. Begun during the War on Poverty in the 1960s, and meant to offer alternatives to young disadvantaged Americans who, in some cases, might otherwise turn to crime, its fortunes have risen and fallen in the decades since its founding.
Yes you can. As a matter of fact, military recruiters who have a Job Corps center near them consider themselves lucky. They visit Job Corps all the time. Many young people who would otherwise not be qualified for the military become qualified upon graduation from Job Corps. If you are a Job Corps student and you are interested in the military, stick out the program. You can even enlist on a delayed entry program during…
yes, i attended turner job corps in 2002 and graduated in dec of 2002. now i am currently trying to get into college and turner job corps can not provide me with a high school diploma or GED in which i completed there online high school diploma course. I did get paid but I would not recommend job corp if they are careless to loose records.