Job Corps Center Services
Our customized Job Corps programs at ResCare Workforce Services provide life-changing services that help young people succeed in school, obtain meaningful employment and become valued members of their communities.
Pathways to Bright Futures
Job Corps Student Program
Young people enter the Job Corps program voluntarily and must be at least 16 and not yet 25 years of age at time of enrollment.*
A Job Corps applicant must:
- Be a legal U.S. resident; lawfully admitted permanent resident alien, refugee, asylee, parolee or other immigrant who has been authorized by the U.S. Attorney General to work in the United States; or a resident of a U.S. territory.
- Meet low-income criteria
- Face one or more barriers to employment, such as: needing additional career technical training, education, counseling and related assistance to complete regular schoolwork or to secure and maintain employment.
- Can be a school dropout, a runaway, a foster child, a parent or homeless.
- Have signed consent from a parent or guardian if he/she is a minor.
- Have a childcare plan if he/she is the parent of a dependent child.
- Not exhibit behavioral problems that could inhibit him/her or others from benefiting fully from the program.
- Not require any face-to-face court or institutional supervision or court-imposed fines while enrolled in Job Corps.
- Not use drugs illegally.
- Because Job Corps is a voluntary program, students choose to enroll in the program and may exit at any time.
*The maximum age limit may be waived if the applicant is a person with a documented disability.
Our Service Delivery Model
Although each of our Job Corps locations are unique, they all benefit from our best-in-class Service Delivery Model which includes:
- unmatched organizational capacity
- unrivaled subject matter expertise
- innovative training and technology
- exceptional customer experiences
- superior safety and quality assurance systems
- extensive community participation
- results-driven performance management