Wheaton Library, 11701 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20902 Join C2C every Friday at Wheaton Library to learn practical workforce tools, from preparing for an interview to communicating with your boss verbally and written. Designed for English language learners of all levels. For more information on these events, click here.
Free ESOL Classes Improve your English now! C2C’s classes are educational, practical, and fun. Learn important English skills at any level, beginner to advanced. You will meet midday or evening, twice each week, for 8 weeks. Classes are offered online in Zoom. Start today, succeed tomorrow! To apply, click here. Free GED Classes In C2C’s […]
Epworth’s Ana A. Brito Foundation Inc. is offering free evening ESOL and computer classes. Registration is open for the fall cycle now. To register now, click here.
Old Columbia Pike from Paint Branch High School to Praisner Community Center Saturday, September 23rd, 10:00AM Come enjoy the community celebration in Burtonsville! Parade will start at 10:00AM and celebration will begin at 11:00AM. There will be food, healthcare ad government services, and games for children. For more information, click here.
On June 20, Metro will introduce Metro Lift, an income-qualified reduced-fare program that will provide DC, Maryland, and Virginia residents enrolled in Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) a 50 percent discount for any trip on Metrorail and Metrobus. More information is available here. On June 26, Metro will remove higher fares during peak travel times. Instead, […]
Starting June 6th, WorkSource Montgomery, in partnership with the IgnITe Hub and Montgomery College, will be kicking off an exciting new initiative designed for those whose backgrounds have been impacted by the criminal justice system. Tech Turnaround is for those with a desire to learn IT skills from coding, networking, and data analytics to cloud […]
Interested in other state approved apprenticeships? Check out this apprenticeship locator here.
There’s no such thing as jobs for felons, only jobs for people. But people who have criminal records get a raw deal when it comes to employment. Despite the fact that approximately one-third of American adults, about 75 million people, have a criminal record, it can present a difficult barrier to overcome in a job search. […]
Programs are available year-round through the Maryland Department of Human Services’ Office of Home Energy Programs to help with utility bills and prevent any loss of service. For assistance with energy, click here. For assistance with water, click here.
HIAS Asylee Outreach Project offers free help connecting Maryland asylees (and T visa holders) with the resettlement resources and benefits available to them in the state of Maryland. Click here for more information.