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Learning Session 1-6 Job Corps - A Program for Young People
 

Learning Session 1-6 Job Corps - A Program for Young People

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Job Corps is a U.S. Department of Labor education and job training program for 16 through 24 year-olds. The goal of this workshop is to educate participants on the Job Corps services available to ...

Job Corps is a U.S. Department of Labor education and job training program for 16 through 24 year-olds. The goal of this workshop is to educate participants on the Job Corps services available to young people who are seeking job training with limited financial resources. Attendees will explore the program from the admissions/eligibility phase through the career transition phase, learn about the origins of the program, and understand who typical Job Corps students are and how to refer them to the program.

Strong emphasis will be placed on the three options for students upon graduation: job placement, military
enlistment, and/or pursuit of higher education. Attendees will also learn more about the types of career technical training and academic courses that are offered at the 125 Job Corps centers across the country.

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    Learning Session 1-6 Job Corps - A Program for Young People Learning Session 1-6 Job Corps - A Program for Young People Presentation Transcript

    • JOB CORPS A Premier Job Training Program for Young Adults Working Collaboratively to Provide Work and Learning Opportunities for Young Adults: A Conference for Teams that Cross Delivery Systems
    • Job Corps
      • Residential
      • Day Programs
      • Career Technical Training
      • HSD / GED
      • Industry Certifications
      • Driver Education
      • Academics
      • Placement Services
      • Drug and Violence-Free Environment
      • Soft Skills
      • Basic Medical and Dental Care
      • Clothing Allowances
      • Bimonthly Stipend
      • Year-round Training
    • Job Corps’ Mission To attract young adults, teach them relevant skills needed to become employable and independent, and help prepare them for success in life by securing meaningful jobs or opportunities for further education
    • Job Corps
      • Established in 1964 by the Economic Opportunity Act
      • Current authority: Workforce Investment Act of 1998, as amended
      • More than $1.5 billion annual appropriation
    • Job Corps
      • More than 2.6 million young people trained and educated
      • Serves 60,000 young people each year
      • Self-paced, open-entry/open-exit
    • 125 Centers Nationwide
    • What Job Corps Offers
      • 1. Career Technical Training
      • More than 100 career training programs
      • 2. Academic Training
      • Emphasis on high school diploma or GED attainment
      • 3. Career Success Standards
      • Focus on social, employability, and independent-living skills
      • Placement Services
      • Job, Military, Higher Education
    • Who Are Our Students?
      • Ages 16 through 24
      • *Age limit is waived for applicants with disabilities
      • Economically disadvantaged background (below poverty level)
      • A U.S. citizen, U.S. national, legal resident, or permanent resident alien
      • Willing to sign a Zero Tolerance contract
      • Committed to Job Corps
    •  
    • How do our students learn about Job Corps?
      • High Schools
      • Youth Agencies/Programs
      • Parents
      • Newspaper/Radio Advertising
      • Alumni
      • Local Outreach Efforts
      • You!
    • Life On Center
      • Job Corps provides students with:
        • Drug- and violence-free environment (zero tolerance)
        • Housing and dining services
        • Day programs
        • Health and wellness services
        • Biweekly living allowance
        • Career transition readiness
        • Transition services, including
        • job placement assistance
    •  
    • Life On Center
      • Centers offer recreational activities for students, such as:
      • Student Government Association
      • Student Ambassador program
      • Career area leadership opportunities
      • Community service opportunities
      • Local cultural outings
      • Clubs
      • Sports
      • Movies
    • Career Development Services System
      • The Career Development Services System (CDSS) was implemented to provide students with a more comprehensive approach to achieving their career objectives through a four-stage program that complements and builds on each phase.
    • Career Development Services System
    • Career Development Services System Outreach and Admissions (OA)
        • Applicants are introduced to:
        • Academic training
        • Career technical training (occupational offerings)
        • LMI
        • Life on center
        • Responsibilities
        • Zero Tolerance Policy
        • Personal Career Development Plan
        • Post-center transition services
        • Each applicant must meet the eligibility criteria, i.e., income/age
    • Career Development Services System
      • Career Success Standards
      • Professionalism
      • Being on time
      • Professional dress
      • Positive social skills
      • Accountability
      • Commitment
    • Career Development Services System Career Preparation Period (CPP)
      • First 60 days on center
      • Introduction to center rules and safety
      • Aptitude tests and shadowing to determine academic and career technical training
      • Introduction to health and wellness
      • Employability and job search skills
      • Continues work on Personal Career Development Plan
    • Career Development Services System Career Development Period (CDP)
        • High school diploma or GED
        • Career technical training (Career Pathways)
        • Employability and social skills
        • Independent-living skills
        • Job search skills
        • Community service activities
        • Leadership opportunities
        • Update Personal Career Development Plan
        • Work-based learning
        • Exit readiness
    • Career Development Services System
      • Career Technical Training
        • 100-plus career training areas
        • Advanced training in specific areas
        • National training contractors
        • State-of-the-art tools and technology
        • Select career areas offer training in “green” practices
    • Career Pathways
      • Advanced Manufacturing
      • Automotive and Machine Repair
      • Construction
      • Finance and Business
      • Health Care
      • Homeland Security
      • Hospitality
      • Information Technology
      • Renewable Resources and Energy
      • Retail Sales and Services
      • Transportation
    • Career Development Services System
      • Educational opportunities
        • High school diploma (partnerships with local school districts)
        • GED
        • Qualified instructors
        • Technology-focused
        • Higher education opportunities with
        • technical and community colleges
    • Career Development Services System Career Transition Phase (CTP)
      • Starts in the Admissions phase
      • Progress/transition panels
      • Resume/job search
      • Focus on full time/job training match, military and higher education
      • 6 months of services to all graduates
      • 3 months to those who do not graduate
    • Employment Opportunities
    • For More Information
      • (800) 733-JOBS [5627]
      • www.jobcorps.gov
      • www.recruiting.jobcorps.gov
      • www.mifuturo.jobcorps.gov