Legislators Recognized as “Job Corps Champions” for Their Unwavering Support of the Job Corps Program

December 14, 2023


(WASHINGTON, D.C.)—Management & Training Corporation (MTC) recently hosted several members of Congress at a legislative breakfast to recognize them as “Job Corps Champions” and to celebrate their efforts to strengthen the Job Corps program.


Among the legislators recognized as “Job Corps Champions” were Rep. Sanford D. Bishop, Jr. (D-GA), Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-NY), Rep. Mark Amodei (R-NV), Rep. Blake Moore (R-UT), Rep. Jennifer Gonzalez-Colon (R-PR), and Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer (R-OR).


“The support we receive from members of the House and Senate are pivotal to ensuring that Job Corps remains a top training program for young adults,” said Sergio Molina, MTC’s senior vice president of business development and government relations. “We wanted to take a moment today to recognize those members of Congress who have gone above and beyond to support the program. Because of their support, thousands of young people are getting excellent job training in high-demand industries. Job Corps is changing lives every day, and it couldn’t be done without the unwavering support of these Job Corps Champions.”


Other legislators were also present at the breakfast and were thanked by students, Job Corps staff, and other MTC employees for their interest in helping the youth in their districts achieve career success through valuable job training and education.


Rep. Jill Tokuda (D-HI), who supports the MTC-operated Hawaii and Maui Job Corps Centers, said, “I’ve been out to the Waimanalo campus and can’t wait to get out to Maui. Such amazing programs that have helped countless youth build paths to success through job training.”


Job Corps is a free federal program administered by the DOL and operated by companies like MTC. The Job Corps program provides no-cost education and training to 16- to 24-year-old youth and young adults in various high-demand job fields, such as computer technology, healthcare, and construction. For more information about Job Corps, visit


MTC is the nation’s leading operator of federal Job Corps centers with 19 centers nationwide, including five partner centers, and trains nearly 7,000 students daily. MTC’s key to success is helping people realize their learning potential and providing life-changing opportunities through academic, technical, and social skills training. For more information about MTC, visit


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