Summer 2021 Applications Due by March 5, 2021 Fall 2021 Applications Due by July 9, 2021 Applicants must be a U.S citizen High School or Undergraduate Maintain a 3.0 GPA Be enrolled full-time in an accredited school Apply here For more information, please contact Pat Benner at email@example.com
Veteran and military caregivers can apply online to receive 24 hours of respite care to help with activities of daily living, such as cooking, grocery shopping, housekeeping, bathing, and medication reminders.
The Montgomery County Public Libraries and the Montgomery County Commission for Women are pleased to offer a series of financial seminars to help walk you through the ins and outs of “all things” money. Seminars will include insight on the immediate and long-term financial impact of the pandemic as it pertains to each topic. Sign […]
Sessions are offered monthly on a date determined by lawyers. Clients wishing to participate in Expungement information sessions must contact Jackie Thomas to reserve a spot by phone, direct: 301-600-2757 or department: 301-600-2255. Clients are advised to check the calendar and select Expungement. Appointments must be scheduled in advance.
The Montgomery County school board voted unanimously to begin returning 500 students in special education and 230 career and technical education programs to schools on March 1. Special education students will have at-school classes four days a week. Students in the other programs will have a mix of in-person and virtual class. The board also […]
The Mobile Market provides fresh fruits, vegetables, and other foods to MC students, faculty/staff, and the community. The food is distributed on campus at no cost. All you need to do is check the schedule for the campus convenient to you, bring your bags to carry your groceries, and pick up some food. No proof […]
Beginning December 1, 2020, the goal is to successfully identify and match renters who are seeking affordable housing options with homeowners who have attractive and safe spare bedrooms in their homes, or Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) on their property, to rent long-term. The homeowners must live in the home full time to participate. For more information, please […]
Maryland’s energy assistance program, known as the Office of Home Energy Programs (OHEP), is designed to help low-income households’ utility bills be more affordable. A turn-off notice isn’t necessary to apply for OHEP energy assistance; it’s an income-based benefit. That’s key as utilities have been mailing hundreds of thousands of turn-off notices since October 2020 based on […]