Employment Resources 2020
State of Maryland
Maryland Department of Budget and Management (DBM)
The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulations (DLLR)
Get more information on Earn Maryland–the state’s new workplace training initiative–here. Scroll down the page to subscribe to job opening listings.
Maryland Workplace Exchange
Maryland Workplace Exchange has information on creating a resume, education, training, and a one-stop career center. Additionally, there is a section on summer jobs, cyber security jobs, green jobs and others. You can also sign up for a service that will send you job openings as they are posted.
Scroll to the bottom to download an app for your phone with updates on job listings.
Prince George's County
Offers a variety of services, training and job listings.
Offers job counseling, holds job fairs and job seekers can sign up to receive employment notices whenever an organization is hiring.
This site helps to translate military occupations to federal jobs.
Offers an online resource for transitioning service members, veterans and their spouses.
Sends out a weekly listing of job opportunities. You may sign up to subscribe on this site.
Provides career guidance and support services to wounded warriors, their families, and caregivers interested in transitioning to the civilian workforce.
Runs a career center and has an endowment to help veterans transition to civilian employment.
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Lists job openings for defense and private industry jobs. It’s services are free to military veterans and those retired from law enforcement.
Opportunities for Those with Disabilities
Provides job information for those with disabilities including blind or visually impaired, deaf, citizens on the autism spectrum, those with brain injuries or mental health issues
Delivers individualized, wrap-around services that enable individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities get and keep good jobs. They provide training, placement and support necessary to prepare people for employment in inclusive, community-based settings, where they receive competitive wages. Contact Deborah Goins, Division Director Employment, Day and Transportation Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 240-532-6001.
Provides vocational training and employment services for adults with developmental disabilities in an environment that promotes personal fulfillment, addresses individual needs and fosters independence.
Federal Job Information
Provides information on how to apply and get additional information on federal jobs
Listing of job and internship opening, also information about career fairs.
Provides a free food industry career training program for adults facing high barriers to employment.
Public service jobs providing pathways to opportunities for young people entering the workforce.
Provides free workshops and training to woman looking to build businesses.