The 24 Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center (CCC) students and staff support Forest Service mission-critical work on behalf of Americans. CCCs are the only Job Corps centers authorized through the 2014 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) to conserve, develop, or manage public natural resources and public recreation areas; develop community projects in the public interest; and respond to natural disasters.
FOR U.S. FOREST SERVICE EMPLOYEES:
Do you want to diversify your staff with a Job Corps intern OR full-time employee?
Are you interested in becoming a Forest Service Job Corps student?
Student Success Stories
Ken Sandusky, Public Affairs Officer
Kaylene Ripko, Customer Service
Brianna Larry, Administrative Support
Matthew Sullivan, Timber Sales
Job Corps students are particularly well known for their work in forestry, advanced forestry, and wildland firefighting. They provide cost-effective means to complete essential conservation work and address deferred maintenance projects on national forests and grasslands that otherwise would not be possible. Skilled Job Corps students in a variety of trades assist on conservation project work on national forests and grasslands: