The Job Corps’ role is to initiate and expand opportunity for young people to achieve levels of education. The proportion and size of space and environment we have created will help both the teaching and learning process. This environment for young individuals will complement their learning experience so they will have all available opportunities. Each component of these facilities is the appropriate scale and proportion, reflecting the program requirements. A concept model was initially created to illustrate the inter-relationships of learning and living on a campus serving 400 young men and women. The activities require various sizes and shapes of spaces such as classroom vs. gymnasium, and dining vs. dormitories. Understanding the relationship of these activities to each other was a high priority in realizing a master plan for the indoor and outdoor programs. Planning for each individual function, its appropriate space and relationship to other functions became paramount. Organizing nine different buildings for classrooms, laboratories, gymnasium, cafeteria and dormitories was critical. Numerous planning strategies described positive and negative options. The final master plan incorporates a single outdoor corridor of pedestrian activity which links all nine buildings.