The Wheaton American Job Center is open to the public. We welcome walk-ins or appointments. The Germantown American Job Center is currently closed to the public due to renovations with services being offered virtually. For more information on both locations click here.
It takes a number of organizations and their resources to prepare our workforce for their next job opportunity in this changing economy. Our goal is to move our citizens into employment that will provide long term security.
WorkSource Montgomery is proud of our growing collaboration with community-based organizations who are skilled in providing the support and resources necessary for our career seekers to be job-ready. We know that a variety of resources ensures success for our job seekers. That’s why career seekers are able to connect at our Job Centers with an organization that can help.
The Department of Health and Human Services is the largest in County government and they are responsible for public health and human services that help address the needs of the community’s most vulnerable children, adults, and seniors. They have more than 120 programs and deliver services at more than 20 locations in Montgomery County. Their core services protect the community’s health, protect the health and safety of at-risk children and vulnerable adults and address basic human needs including food, shelter, and clothing.
The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) is committed to safeguarding and protecting Marylanders. They’re proud to support the economic stability of the state by providing businesses, the workforce and the consuming public with high quality customer-focused regulatory, employment and training services.
The Department of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) is an agency of the Maryland State Department of Education. DORS is composed of the public vocational rehabilitation program and the Disability Determination Services. The mission of DORS is to provide leadership and support in promoting the employment, economic self-sufficiency, and independence of individuals with disabilities.
Job Corps is a program administered by the United States Department of Labor that offers free-of-charge education and vocational training to young men and women ages 16 to 24.
The Literacy Council of Montgomery County (LCMC) sustains and grows the social and economic equity of adults in our region through education and workforce training. Their mission is to enable adults to transform their lives and enrich our community through English literacy.
Montgomery College is a public, fully accredited, open admission institution that is dedicated to student success and widely recognized for the quality and scope of its academic programs
This program is run by the Jewish Council for the Aging (JCA). JCA helps older adults in Greater D.C. maintain independence, dignity, vitality, and self-respect. It also helps people of different generations understand, learn from and care for one another. JCA accomplishes this through a myriad of community-based programs built upon vibrant programmatic partnerships with funders, fellow charities and local communities; and by providing opportunities for volunteers to make the National Capital Area a great place to age. JCA is a recognized leader in meeting the needs of seniors and caregivers regardless of their religious beliefs.
Work Opportunities Unlimited is a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment.