San Diego JobCorp

San Diego Job Corps offers career planning, on-the-job training, job placement, residential housing, food service, driver’s education, health and dental care, a bi-weekly basic living allowance, periodic clothing allowances, and an on-center childcare program for single parents as well. The program lasts from 8 months to two years. Clients may participate in transitional living or may live off-site simply use the vocational and educational services. Interested youth must attend a “presentation” to be oriented to the program. Presentations take place at 8:30 am every Wednesday at the address listed.

Admissions Office: (800) 733-5627

San Diego location: (619) 429-8500


Hands-on career training, GED and high school diploma assistance, job placement, housing (dorm style living with 1-3 roommates; there are two dormitories, one for males and one for females), Driver’s Education, basic necessities and living allowance, health care, child care for single parents

Payment Options:

No cost to students or their families; funded by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.



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