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.
This 2-day workshop covers the emotional side of unemployment and offers tips to get your job search
re-energized. Receive information on creating effective resumes and cover letters and strategies for networking
and successful interviewing skills will also be outlined.
Referrals for local resume writing and interview skills workshops are also
available by calling (410) 819-4549.
Adult Basic Education
(GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) course information is also available by calling (410)
822-3030 ext. 320.
Wage and Hour Information
If you are an employee who believes your wages were unlawfully withheld, please refer to the "Wage and Hour
Career and Workforce Information
Local and regional labor force, industry, occupation and wage statistics and data.
Apprenticeship and Training Information
Apprenticeship is a voluntary, industry-driven program that is sponsored by employers, employer associations and
jointly by management and labor. An apprentice, as 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.
Unemployment Insurance Information
Maryland Workforce Exchange
Maryland Workforce Exchange allows you to search for current openings in your community. You can create multiple
resumes 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 Navigator enhances the capacity of One-Stop partners to assist job seekers with disabilities to 'navigate'
the various programs and systems, and be a resource for the business community.
Contact Jackie Gast for more information at 410-749-0144 or 443-783-5787.
SAIL helps you apply, renew, or learn about various social services
offered by the State of Maryland.
Local Job Links
The Dorchester County Career Center provides you with many options to help you find a better job or career.
Access to local employers and their openings are one of the many services we can provide or you can connect with
other services available. Your Maryland One-Stop Career Center staff can refer you as suitable job openings
occur. However, decisions regarding hiring rest with the employer.
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Job Tips & Other Job Search Resources
Career Resource Center