Anaconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center

 The Anaconda Job Corps is operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. It is part of the nationally-funded Department of Labor scholarship program for underprivileged youth ages 16 – 24. Several vocational trades are offered and students can receive their GED or high school diploma.

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The center’s goal is to teach eligible young people job skills and help place them in related jobs and/or help further their education.
Career training offered at the center includes: 

  • Union Brick Masonary
  • Union Carpentry
  • Culinary Arts
  • Union Heavy Equipment Mechanics
  • Union Heavy Equipment Operators
  • Office Administration
  • Union Painting
  • Welding 


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To enroll at Anaconda Job Corps, please contact an admissions counselor at (800) 733-5627. Visit the Anaconda Job Corps website for more information.

Key Contacts

We encourage you to reach out to our Partnership and Volunteer Coordinator, Jaime Trivette.