Vocational Training – Offered in the following areas: Business/Clerical, Medical Records, Health Occupations, Culinary Arts, Carpentry, Auto Mechanics, Building and Apartment Maintenance, and Auto Parts Sales and Marketing, Data Entry, Welding.
Education – GED and/or High School Diploma
Single-Parent Program – Single parents enrolled at the Quentin Burdick Center are able to live on campus with their children. The center provides daycare and support programs while parents get education and training to find employment.
Job Placement Work Experience Program
Advanced Career Training at MSU,
Room, Board , Medical Care and Living allowance
Social Skills Training
Organized Recreational Activities.
Program is for disadvantaged young adults ages 16-24. To be eligible for the Single Parent Program applicants must be a ND TANF recipient.
Burdick Job Corps has a Zero Tolerance policy for drugs, alcohol and violence. Violators are terminated from the program. The Zero Tolerance policy ensures a safe environment conducive for a learning atmosphere.
At Quentin N. Burdick Job Corps Center, we support the Job Corps program’s mission to teach eligible young people the skills they need to become employable and independent and place them in meaningful jobs or further education.