Assisting Job Corps Graduates on the Path to Success


Job Corps Graduates

MTC’s mission in Job Corps is to help young people learn job and life skills that will lead to long-term success. We also want to help our graduates deal with various challenges that might come up after they have left the Job Corps program. That’s why we created this new online resource for all MTC Job Corps graduates. We call it the Job Corps Resource Hub. Here you’ll find information and links to valuable programs that can help with housing, healthcare, food assistance, and much more. Take a look.

The first few months after leaving the Job Corps program, graduates may experience various life challenges. Our hope is to alleviate some of the stress by providing critical supports and resources in this hub to promote success for life.


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Getting Started


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Finding Help Finding Help

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Identification offices, food & housing assistance, help paying bills, and no/low cost support including new CARES Act programs.

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Finding Work Finding Work
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Resources for career exploration, resume writing, and job training and openings including tools designed for Job Corps graduates.

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Finding Support Finding Support
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Self-improvement and treatment support that can help increase your ability to cope with the many changes related to a successful transition.

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Resources by Category


Family & Children
Food Assistance
Health Care & Insurance
Income Assistance
Job Boards
Job Search Prep
Mental Health & Addiction
Money Management
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Keys to Success for Life


Know Your Strengths

  • Consider times in the past when you felt successful in a big or small way
  • Think about what you did that impacted your success
  • Imagine applying your past successes to the future
  • Keep an ongoing list of things you’re thankful for and your personal strengths


Surround Yourself with Supportive People

  • Think about the most important people in your life
  • Decide if you want to be more or less like them
  • Consider whether each individual is a positive or negative influence
  • Keep an ongoing list of positive characteristics and people who support your growth


Prioritize Needs and Set Goals

  • Think about the three most important needs you have
  • Prioritize them from most to least important
  • Begin working on one at a time to avoid feeling overwhelmed
  • Remember your goal and stay patient, yet determined