Skip to Main Content

Business & Industry

Business and Industry

Partnerships

SkillstoCompete Logo

Montgomery College partners with the State Administration on Skills2Compete-Maryland, a major initiative aimed at increasing the skills and competitiveness of Maryland's workforce. Montgomery College offers many programs that prepare students for middle-skill jobs (those that require more than a high school diploma, but less than a four-year degree), which are the backbone of the state's economy, making up half of Maryland’s labor market.

Employee and Business Training

Workforce Development & Continuing Education has a wide array of open enrollment classes for county residents, business, and government agencies. WD&CE Open Enrollment Classes can provide employee and business training in many areas including Information Technology, Business, Technical Trades, and Health Sciences.

Does your business have a specialized training need? We also provide Customized Contract Training opportunities for area businesses. Most of the classes offered by WD&CE can be customized for specific business or government needs.

Refer to our listing of WD&CE Programs and Departments or ITI Business Training for the appropriate contact person and further information.

Macklin Business Institute

The Macklin Business Institute (MBI) at Montgomery College is a distinctive honors program that provides a wide range of innovative, high-quality business education opportunities. Sophomore honors students learn real world skills in business, accounting and finance. MBI provides them with business mentors and internship opportunities.  If you would like to be a mentor or sponsor, please contact the Macklin Business Institute.

Montgomery College Foundation

The Montgomery College Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization governed by business, alumni and community leaders to enhance the work of Montgomery College. It depends on private contributions from local businesses, foundations, community leaders, and alumni to create premier programs in the arts, humanities, business, and biotech areas which rival those among the country's elite colleges and universities. If you would like to learn more about the Foundation, or contribute, please visit the MC Foundation web site.

Employer Opportunities

If you are interested in hiring Montgomery College Students or Interns visit the Career Center or Employment Services & e-Jobs for information on employing recent graduates or undergraduates. Visit our Internship Program web page for information on hiring interns for on-the-job experience while they are still in school. See the TechLEAP IT retraining program for information on graduate student, recently retrained IT specialists in programming, web applications, and computer networking admininstration.

Employment Services & e-Jobs: You can post part-time and full-time jobs and internships at eJobs. There is no charge for this service. Simply register as an employer and post your opportunity. The College's Student Employment Services Office will approve your posting within a day.

Giving to MC

There are many traditional ways that business and alumni can contribute to and partner with Montgomery College. The Montgomery College Foundation, described above, organizes significant new initiatives for the College in a variety of areas. The College also has many Institutes and Partnerships, such as the Paul Peck Institute for American Culture and Civic Engagement, Macklin Business Institute, Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education, and the proposed new Bioscience Education Center in Germantown, which offer contribution and partnership opportunities to area businesses.

Working with MC

As Maryland's largest community college, MC offers many business opportunities, co-op partnership and internship arrangements. Visit the Office of Procurement for information on Doing Business with MC. Contact one of our Institutes or Partnerships to learn how you can mentor, meet, train, and perhaps hire our great students, including honors students. The Internship Program may be of help in finding highly skilled, recently trained entry-level interns and potential employees. Also, you can post job and internship opportunities at Employment Opportunities & eJobs.

Contact Information:

Montgomery College
Workforce Development & Continuing Education
Gaithersburg Business Training Center
12 South Summit Ave. 4th floor
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Contact: Sharon Maxwell, Senior Administrative Aide
240-567-2585
email: sharon.maxwell@montgomerycollege.edu
or
Steve Greenfield, Instructional  Dean, Business, Information Technology, and Safety
240-567-2583 email: steve.greenfield@montgomerycollege.edu


Montgomery College

Montgomery County, MD

240-567-5000

©2014, Montgomery College