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Career and Employment for 50+ List of Courses
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Lifelong Learning Career and Employment for Age 50+ List of Courses

Lifelong Learning courses are designed primarily for students age 50 and over. Not all listed courses are offered each semester. See schedule of Lifelong Learning classes to find current schedules, location, dates, and costs.

Careers: Food For Thought

Career Coach

Career Coach is an online tool designed to assist you in your career search. It is specially designed to provide you information about jobs, salaries, and training in the Rockville, Maryland / Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. .

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Workforce Development & Continuing Education has a wide variety of career courses for all ages. Visit Job Skills, Career Paths, Licensure, Certifications , for more details.

Career & Employment Classes:

Find Your Strengths—Find Your Career, LLI-830, Hours: 12

What are you good at? What are your natural and work-related strengths? This course will help you discover and match them with career areas in which you would be most successful. In addition to careers, you may choose to apply your skills to business or other professional and life opportunities. You will engage in a series of insightful individual and group exercises and conduct research into career areas of interest to you. By the end of the class, you will draft your career plan and will be supported through your career exploration stage by your classmates and career coach. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only.

Get Hired at Age 50+, CRP-105, Hours: 6

Learn how best to showcase your work experience and skills in the competitive job market and to find employment sectors that are receptive to mature workers and turn your age into an advantage. Learn the best ways to organize your resume emphasizing relevance to the job market, handling employment history gaps, and other issues. Strategies for interviewing
will be reviewed. Benefits of networking as a key component to the job search process will also be discussed: social media, information interviewing, and volunteering in strategic set- tings. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only.

Getting Started With Social Media: Facebook® and Twitter®,  LLI-694, Hours: 6

This course is for anyone interested in learning the basics of social media communication and networking. This course will bring you up to speed on how to create, use, and maintain a Facebook page and Twitter account of your own. You will learn how to customize your personal Facebook and Twitter page. We will also cover how to update your status, post photos and videos, and connect with friends and business accounts on Facebook. You will learn how to tweet, find accounts to follow on Twitter, post photos and videos. You will also become familiar with Facebook’s privacy policies and settings. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only.

Employment Search Boot Camp, CRP-107, 15 Hours

You will learn traditional and innovative job search techniques that will help you land the job you want. This class provides a comprehensive approach to employment search, including résumé writing, interviewing and the latest self- marketing and networking techniques. You will explore how to distinguish yourself from others competing for the same jobs, try new job search strategies and get feedback on your practice interviews. Social media tool, LinkedIn will be covered as a networking and employment sourcing resource. You will also learn to use career and job search resources, such as Career Coach. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only.

iPhone Apps LLI-877 6 Hours

There’s an App for that! Smart phones have become an essential part of most people’s lives. From contact and calendar management to photo and video capturing, the many uses of these devices are endless. This course will cover some of the most useful and popular productivity, social networking, news, sports, entertainment, weather, navigation, health, and finance apps for iPhone 5, 5s, 6, and 6 plus.

Put Your iPad to Work, LLI-639, Hours: 6

This course introduces you to the iPad touch screen technology interface. Learn to access the internet, take and store photos and videos, use maps, keep contact lists, manage music files, and other functions. You will learn how to navigate the iPad and how to find, download, and organize apps. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only.

Contact Us:
  • Natasha Sacks, Program Director
  • Tracy Ritenour, Program Assistant
  • Lynda Schrack, Program Assistant
  • Montgomery College, Workforce Development & Continuing Education
  • 12 South Summit Ave. 4th Floor
  • Gaithersburg, MD 20877

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