Since 1978, MINACT has partnered with government entities, Fortune 500 companies and educational institutions to help others achieve success by providing a variety of support services to its clients.

These services include:

  • Providing support to the U.S. Department of Labor by overseeing the daily operations of Job Corps centers in various locations listed
  • Providing displaced worker training in natural disaster devastation recovery initiatives
  • Recruiting, training and managing employees to provide a variety of services, including site management and the operation of residential living programs
  • Providing clients with specific manufacturing support, material handling, and warehousing functions

 

 

Career Opportunities

As a member of the MINACT team, the potential for achievement and career growth are substantial.

Each Job Corps center and other operating divisions are locally managed by qualified staff who promote the vision and exemplify the values of MINACT.

MINACT is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to workforce diversity. We invite you to view our current career opportunities.

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U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Corps

Job Corps is the nation's largest federally funded career training and education program for economically disadvantaged youth ages 16 through 24. Each year, Job Corps trains more than 60,000 students in more than
100 career technical areas at 124 centers across the nation. MINACT is contracted by the federal government to operate various centers and provide support services for thousands of students.

Job Corps students receive academic training, hands-on training in high-growth career areas, and life-skills training to function as productive citizens. These students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, GED or college credit and select career training from a variety of areas related to health care, construction, culinary arts, administrative
support, advanced manufacturing, military enlistment, and technology. They participate in workplace on-the- job training and complete recognized and portable credential requirements in their training area. Employability and independent living skills are a vital element of training.

Most Job Corps centers are residential, and students receive housing, meals, basic medical care, and living allowances while enrolled.

Job Corps graduates also receive transitional support services for up to 18 months after they leave the program, including help with locating housing, child care and transportation.