I May Need Job Training
The local Career Centers are your first step in connecting to the resources and services that will assist you. link here to career centers in your area. You'll be asked to fill out a short survey/questionnaire to help us know what your are looking for. You'll also be asked to register with the Maryland Workforce Exchange.
The next step is to find opportunities to match your interest -- what is my interest?
Then, what are the qualifications of the job I am interested in? Where can I find this information? MyNextMove.
And, where can I find the training to qualify me for this occupation? What training vendors are available in this area?
And, what resources are available for help with paying for the type of training I need for this occupation? link WIA Voucher Process. In the Workforce Investment System, there are several pre-approved training options that have been determined viable in the State of Maryland. Currently, those training vendors in Maryland (and Delaware) have qualified to have their programs available for tuition assistance within the Workforce Investment System. There are also eligibility requirements for those seeking WIA voucher tuition assistance: this may include income eligibility. unless you have been displaced by a lay-off from a company where you worked.
Career Centers also have qualified
staff to help you with the job-connecting kinds of help that you will need once
you are job searching. These include the free, Ready-to-Work series of
workshops that will begin by helping you feel good about what you already know,
and helping you articulate those skills so that when you meet with an employer,
you can more easily talk about what you can do.Call (410)
822-1716 ext. 2270, (410) 822-5400 or (410) 228-4360, TDD (410) 822-9164 for more
information, or visit any of our
to help with
your career choices, job search workshops and help with occupational research:
an information request to: Upper Shore WIB, P.O. Box 8, Wye Mills, Maryland