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Job Corps

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MTC is the largest Job Corps contractor with the U.S. Department of Labor. Of the 125 Job Corps centers across the United States, MTC manages and operates 18 centers in 15 states. The company also manages several contracts for recruiting students into the Job Corps program and for placing students in jobs, higher education, or the military after graduating from the program. MTC provides academic, technical, and social skills training to approximately 12,000 young adults annually at these Job Corps centers across the country.
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Job Corps Overview

Job Corps is a voluntary, primarily residential career training program for 16-24 year old young adults. The U.S. Department of Labor administers the program to meet educational and career technical training needs of economically disadvantaged youth. Established in 1964 as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty, Job Corps to date has trained and educated more than two million young people and serves nearly 65,000 young Americans each year.

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Performance Results

MTC is the top-performing Job Corps contractor with three or more centers. All Job Corps centers are rated monthly on separated student outcomes in areas such as: GED/high school diploma attainment, career technical training, literacy, numeracy, initial placement, and wage. MTC-operated centers consistently earn impressive results in every category.

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MTC Keys to Success

MTC has identified six keys to operating successful Job Corps centers: strong management, well-trained staff, academic and employability skills focus, student achievement of industry-recognized certifications, strong performance, and solid customer, government, and community partnerships.

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Social Responsibility Programs

MTC is committed to ensuring the highest standard of social responsibility at our corporate, facility, and project locations. We have set expectations for volunteerism in communities where we do business and for employing environmentally-sound "green" practices at our facilities. MTC has also established health and wellness programs for employees and clients, and has developed a fatherhood workshop for our employees, students, offenders, and clients to gain a better understanding of the significant role fathers play in child development.

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