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Chance for Change: The Job Corps Story
Barry Leonard (ed). This is the history of Job Corps. It’s the story of how young people, shut out from society’s advantages, are learning to make it on their own. Traces its roots in the Great Society of the 1960s to its development into a model employment & training program for our time. Highlights the Job Corps’ benefits, educational curriculum, vocational experience, residential life, counseling services, recreational outlets, advanced train. opportunities, community involvement & more. Examines the community of support from unions to the private sector, Federal agencies to volunteer organizations. Highlights five individuals who have made it on their own because the Job Corps gave them the chance for change.
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