Job Seeker Services - Business and Employment Resource Center
Orientation for Job Seekers - Learn about services provided and partner agencies in the Workforce Center. The orientation will provide you with a number of resources which include information on how to access employment and training opportunities, fax machines, copiers, computers, internet and phones for your job search. You can meet with staff daily for a one on one orientation.
Workshops - A variety of workshops are held monthly in the center. Most are open to all and others can be accessed by meeting certain eligibility requirements.
Disability Navigator - The Navigator enhances the capacity of American Job Center partners to assist job seekers with disabilities to 'navigate' the various programs and systems, and be a resource for the business community. Contact Shelia Little for information at 410-290-2620. Services for Veterans - In addition to helping veterans find employment and training opportunities, veteran staff provides vocational guidance, referral to supportive services, and case management services to veterans with significant barriers to employment.
Workshops - A variety of workshops are held monthly in the Centers. Most are open to everyone and others can be accessed by meeting certain eligibility requirements. View the Maryland Workforce Exchange calendar for dates and times.
Career and Workforce Information - Local and regional labor force, industry, occupation, and wage statistics and data are available to help individuals and businesses make informed decisions.
Apprenticeship and Training Information is a voluntary, industry-driven program that is sponsored by employers, and employer associations and is jointly by management and labor. An apprentice — an employee — receives supervised, structured, on-the-job training combined with related technical instruction in a specific occupation. Apprenticeship is open to anyone age 16 or older; however, an employer may set a higher entry age. Individuals must be age 18 to apprentice in specified hazardous occupations.
Maryland Workforce Exchange allows you to search for current openings in your community. You can create multiple résumés to apply for posted jobs, research in demand careers, and find occupational training that meets your needs. The Maryland Workforce Exchange is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week from your home computer.
The Maryland Department of Human Resources helps you apply, renew, or learn about various social services offered by the State of Maryland.
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Maryland's American Job Center in Westminster is open Monday-Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
If you are working and cannot access our services during these hours, please visit the Maryland Workforce Exchange to access job listings and to post your résumé/job skills online. If you have other questions or comments, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-386-2821.