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Listed below are options for appointments with staff at the Career Center and elsewhere on campus. You may schedule an appointment online or contact our office to discuss other options.

COVID-19 has changed the landscape of the workplace and the way we go about searching for a job.  Employer expectations and technology are rapidly changing, and remote meetings during the job search has almost replaced traditional face-to-face  meetings.

Despite these changes, many opportunities are available; however, job seekers must be able to leverage their skills and value to employers.

Get tips on how to prepare yourself for this post COVID world. 

  • Job Search "Open" Session



Go to to access a full range of our online services.

(1) Once you get to the website, click on “How to write a résumé” to view our Résumé Writing Guide.

(2) Click on “Creating a résumé” to get to our electronic résumé builder at OptimalResume. YOU MUST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS TO CREATE AND COMPLETE YOUR DOCUMENT. DO NOT UPLOAD YOUR CURRENT DOCUMENT INTO THE BUILDER.

(3) You will then send the document to our Review Center for further edits and review.

Questions? Send email to

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The staff at Employment Services make every effort to perform checks and due diligence on new employers who register on our database. However, we ask that you check the following when conducting your job search or responding to job postings:

The company’s website does not work nor has detailed information about the company.

The email address for the recruiter is personal and does not correspond to the company’s email on record. For example, you may see instead of

The address for the job posting lists a home address and does not correspond to the legal business address for the company.

The job description is sparse; includes spelling and grammatical errors, and is not in keeping with the company’s services and mission.

The recruiter is offering you a job without a face to face interview.

The recruiter asks for your personal information (bank account, social security number, credit card) OR asks you to send money or prepay for services and you will be reimbursed later.

The compensation seems far too generous. For example, you are offered $2,400.00 per week to perform simple tasks.

Additional Resources:

Google: Conduct a google search using the name of the employer and then the recruiter’s name and the word “scam” and check results.

Better Business Bureau: Go to and check the company/recruiter’s name and you can also use the scam tracker available on the site.

Federal Trade Commission: Go to for various consumer information including SCAM Alerts.

Glassdoor: Go to and conduct a company review.

If you think you have engaged in any fraudulent activity with an employer:

1. Cease any activity with the employer.

2. Contact Employment Services at

Mayor’s Office of Employment Development has a new Now Hiring COVID-19 Job Board.

You are also invited to tune in each Wednesday at 1:00 pm to the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) Virtual Recruitment session via our Facebook page -

The MOED Virtual Recruitment session features one or more of our employers who are registered with the Maryland Workforce Exchange.

Go to the website.

Medical Cannabis in Maryland

Want to know more about opportunities and how to prepare for a job in the Cannabis industry?

Contact Shad B. Ewart at

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Anne Arundel Community College

Lockheed Martin-Vocational Scholarship application is open. This program targets high school seniors or high school graduates (or GED equivalent) pursuing associate degrees, credit-bearing certificates, or industry-recognized credentials in technology and advanced manufacturing disciplines that do not require a bachelor’s or advanced degree

Application opens January 14, 2021. The deadline to apply is March 11, 2021.

Visit website for more details:

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About Our Services

  • If you are a community resident who would like to search for jobs, you must first register. Please indicate that you are a Community Resident on your registration form. Once registered, you may also receive emails about programs, services and job-related topics.
  • If you would like to be a Mentor to students and alumni and interact with them online, please go to our Mentoring Network page.
  • If you are an employer in the community who would like to recruit our students and/or alumni, please go to our Employer page.
  • Employment Services provides free employment-related resources for community members seeking part-time or full-time employment. 
  • We encourage you to take advantage of the free employment resources and services such as our online job board; on-campus recruiting and job fairs; résumé builder; job search workshops, including résumé development; interviewing techniques, and salary negotiation.