Employers today are placing more emphasis on education when hiring entry-level workers. The CCC wants its corpsmembers to enter the working world with the education they need to be successful, and the Corps’ educational program is designed with that in mind.
When they enter the CCC’s education program, corpsmembers participate in a standard academic assessment. This assessment allows staff to determine the educational needs of each corpsmember.
Nearly half of our members join the CCC without a high school diploma or GED. Corpsmembers without a high school diploma and those who have passed the GED test but do not have a high school diploma are required to attend high school for a minimum of 10 hours a week after the workday.
John Muir Charter School holds classes at the following California Conservation Corps
sites throughout California. Click a link below for information on a specific site: