Job Corps


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Job Corps

(dʒɒb)
n
(Social Welfare) US a Federal organization established in 1964 to train unemployed youths in order to make it easier for them to find work
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The USFS CCCs are some of the highest performing Job Corps programs in the country; I will continue to oppose this misguided proposal with every legislative tool available.
David Doane, a petroleum technology instructor Photo by Kim Raff Doane is one of two instructors in the Petroleum Technician program here, which launched last August along with the opening of the brand new Job Corps center.
The Job Corps students are predominately African American males (78% of the student population of Job Corps) from regional urban areas, while our preservice teachers are predominately White (97% of the participants in this study), middle-class students from suburban or rural areas.
In order to develop what has become a seven-building New Hampshire Job Corps campus, an extensive amount of blasting was needed.
All of the preservice teachers in the course are required to complete ten hours of tutoring at the local Job Corps Center.
After graduation, Adams was recruited to serve as deputy center director for the Joliet Job Corps Center in Joliet, III., and later was promoted to the position of center director.
The Gadsden Job Corps Center is one of 124 national career training and education programs aimed at low-income and at-risk students ages 16 to 24.
-- Homestead Job Corps Center students participated in ResCare's 14th Annual Student Leadership Conference from March 22-25, 2010.
This plan outlines what students intend to do after graduating from high school; whether they are planning to attend a 4-year college/university, junior/community college, or vocational/technical school; seek employment or an apprenticeship/on the job training; enlist in the military; or join Job Corps. During this time students also report the scholarships, financial aid, and grant monies they have been offered as well as which of those monies offered they have accepted or are planning to accept.
RFP number DOL110RP20836: remediation of miscellaneous deficiencies at the South Bronx Job Corps Center in Bronx, NY, and at the Brooklyn Academy in Brooklyn, NY.