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How to Get a Job in Montgomery County

Learn about resources available to job seekers at a free symposium in Rockville on Friday.

 

Are you looking for a job in Montgomery County?

One place to find resources to help you in that search is the People-4-People Employment Assistance Program at a Faith-based and Neighborhood Partners Job Clubs Symposium on Nov. 16.

This free event is open to the public, but pre-registration is requested. The symposium will run from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Third Floor Hearing Room of the Montgomery County Council Office Building at 100 Maryland Avenue in Rockville.

You can learn how to start an employment program in your community and about resources that are available to job seekers. Panelists will include local job club and ministry leaders, faith and community leaders, workforce development officials, nonprofit leaders and others who are assisting job seekers and workers. Panelists will share job club models. 

Guest speakers include Ben Seigel, Deputy Director of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships from the Department of Labor, and Montgomery County Councilmember Nancy Floreen.

Parking is available in the visitors’ garage behind the building, and the council building is a short walk from the Rockville Metro Station. Seating is limited. Register online or contact Angela Cooper at 301-989-4673 ext. 1245 or acooper@immanuels.org.

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