Career Success Standards (CSS)
Behavioral expectations in the areas of employability, social development, and independent living skills
1Workplace Relationship and Ethics
Productively interact with co-workers and deal with problems and situations with honesty, integrity and responsibility.
Listen actively, follow directions and communicate with others to solve problems and accomplish tasks.
3Personal Growth and Development
Personal skills, attributes and behaviors that foster confidence and drive for life-long growth.
Get along with others and adjust to a variety of social and professional situations.
Interpret and evaluate data, organize and maintain information, and use technology to perform work.
Value diversity, while practicing cultural sensitivity, and the ability to work with people of different backgrounds and cultures.
7Career and Personal Planning
A personal plan that outlines a step-by-step process for entering and advancing in a fulfilling career.
Find, manage and use resources to maintain employment, satisfy physical and emotional needs, and lead a productive and independent life.
Continually grow and assess personal strengths and areas for development, set learning goals, and identify and access learning opportunities.
10Problem Solving and Critical Thinking
Solve problems by seeking and evaluating different points of view and utilizing different resources to reach decisions.
The way we prepare you for the workforce has changed during Job Corps' 50 years. The growth of new technology, its impact on your education and the workplace, and the surge in various high-growth industries continuously creates new opportunities to learn and grow. Job Corps is responding to this opportunity with the Career Success Standards, a set of ten behavioral expectations in the areas of employability, social development, and independent living skills.