Are you 18-26?
Looking to earn a paycheck?
Need help getting your high school diploma?
Urban Corps may be right for you! Corpsmembers earn a paycheck working in the community three days per week (24 paid hours per week earning minimum wage) and attend our onsite school two days per week to earn a high school diploma. In the field Corpsmembers learn professional skills working on environmental, construction, landscaping and community improvement projects. Our high school is accelerated and focuses on credit recovery. Class sizes are small, graduations are held two times per year, and assistance is provided with resumes, job placement and transition to college.
What happens after the Corps?
Our staff work with graduates and employer partners to help place Corpsmembers in jobs and enroll in school. On average 70% of our graduates transition with a job within 3 months of exiting the program and 30% enroll in college.
Urban Corps is looking for Supervisors to manage crews of up to 14 young people. Supervisors work one-on-one with trainees and serve as mentors in the field, assisting in the development of job skills and the completion of a variety of contracted work projects. Supervisors are expected to direct and coordinate their crew, ensure safe work practices, and support their crew members' educational goals. Experience in environmental work, construction, minor home repair, painting, driving, and/or working with youth are preferred but not required.
Clean driving record
Live in San Diego County
Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident
Class "B" License a plus
Driving experience preferred
High School Diploma
Preconditions of employment include:
Results of a Drug/Alcohol Screening
Results of a Criminal Background Screening
Pool Notice/DMV Record (H-6)
Must be Insurable by Urban Corps Insurance
Proof of Eligibility to Work
Please send resumes to
For more information, call Sandra at (619) 235-8664 ext 3117
The Urban Corps of San Diego County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Urban Corps employment, programs and activities are free from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), ancestry, national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, or the perception of one or more of such characteristics.