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Job Corps Scholars Program Partnership

St. Louis Community College is recruiting eligible youth ages 16-24 into the Job Corps Scholars Program Partnership. Through this joint partnership eligible youth will have the opportunity to participate in credit and non-credit education and accelerated workforce training programs at St. Louis Community College that are 12 months or less.

Each qualified student will work with a personal career counselor and employment services specialist providing academic/career guidance and planning and job placement assistance along with supportive services to ensure each student is successful in obtaining their educational and training goals that leads to a credential and employment outcomes.

Job Corps Work Toward a Successful Future


If you’re a 16- to 24-years old St. Louis City or St. Louis County resident who’s ready to work toward a successful future, contact us today to learn more about opportunities available through the Job Corps Scholars program at St. Louis Community College. You may be eligible if you meet one or more of the following conditions:

  • You receive public assistance.
  • You meet the income guidelines.
  • You are experiencing homelessness.
  • You are a foster care recipient.

Other criteria may apply. Program staff members will help you determine your eligibility.

Opportunities and Benefits

Educational training programs associated with the Job Corps Scholars program at STLCC include:

  • Automotive Technology
  • Boeing Pre-Employment
  • CDL-A Professional Truck Driving
  • Central Sterile Processing
  • Cisco Network Academy CCNA
  • Community Health Worker
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Culinary Training
  • Diesel Technology
  • Digital Marketing Analyst
  • Emergency Medical Training
  • HVAC Operator I Technical Training
  • Immersive Code Camp
  • IT Help Desk / End User Support
  • Life Science Laboratory Assistant
  • Medical Assistant
  • Network Engineering
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Precision Machining Technology
  • Skilled Trades Industrial Occupations Technology
  • Certified Welding Technician

In addition to the educational component of the program, you may be eligible to receive career counseling, employment counseling and up to 12 months support after separation from the program. Upon completion of the program, on-the-job training through an appropriate employer or connection to an appropriate training program is made available.

Apply Online for the Job Corps Scholars Program

Contact Us to Get Started

Sophia Allen, St. Louis Community College | 314-644-9787 | sallen34@stlcc.edu

Jarred Gastreich, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park | 314-951-9414 | jgastreich4@stlcc.edu

Lucas Hager, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park | 314-644-9476 | lhager3@stlcc.edu

Leslie Schroeder, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park | 314-644-9191 | lschroeder33@stlcc.edu

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