Intermountain Region Job Corps

Job Corps Civilian Conservations Centers are cool because young people can earn vocational certificates in forestry, advanced, forestry, and wildland firefighting and have the opportunity to compete to become career Forest Service employees.

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The mission of the Forest Service Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers is to train eligible youth, ages 16 to 24 with educational, social and vocational skills, while assisting in the conservation of the Nation’s public natural resources. Forest Service Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers are managed through an inter-agency agreement with the U.S. Department of Labor.

Weber Basin Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center is associated with the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Weber Basin is currently the only Job Corps center in the Intermountain Region. Please explore their website for more information.

Weber Basin Job Corps