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About MTC

MTC has been making a social impact in people’s lives since 1981.

How We Help People

  • Providing effective rehabilitative programs and services to offenders to make their time in prison more productive and to reduce re-offending
  • Educating and training young Americans so they have the technical and life skills they need to find and keep good jobs
  • Caring for the medical, dental and mental health needs of inmates and detainees
  • Providing workforce training to citizens of other countries so they can take care of themselves and their families
  • Reducing re-offending in the United Kingdom by providing transitional services to offenders, probationers, and parolees

“The warden and other staff really cared about me. It’s because of them that I changed my life. The facility gave me the opportunity to learn a lot of things that have been helpful to me in society today.” ~Paul McAfee, Former Offender, Diboll Correctional Center, Texas

Where We Help People

MTC operates Job Corps centers, correctional facilities, detention centers, and workforce development sites worldwide — with a mission to help improve people’s lives.  MTC is headquartered in Centerville, Utah and employs nearly 8,000 people.

“Twenty-two years old and I didn’t have anything going for me. No job, no education, nothing but the clothes on my back. I have made some pretty rash decisions, but this one decision, Job Corps, was my best choice.” ~ Ashley Gillespie, Current MTC Job Corps Student


In 2018 MTC trained thousands of students and helped rehabilitate thousands of men and women at correctional facilities thanks to a team of dedicated, professional, and talented staff.


men and women helped with rehabilitation daily at 21 facilities across the country


students educated and trained for today’s job market


primary industry-recognized credentials were earned by students at MTC centers

“As a frequent visitor visiting my son, it was obvious that Cleveland Correctional Center is run by an excellent group of people who really care about the inmates and their families. I can’t say enough about the kind and professional correctional officers we interacted with.”

~ Mother of incarcerated man – Cleveland Correctional Center

“I make more than I ever thought possible. I thought I would just be a waiter my whole life, and now I have this: a career that I can continually advance in.”

~ James Ernst – Tongue Point Job Corps graduate