Career and Employment for 50+, List of Resources
Lifelong Learning Career and Employment Resources for Students Age 50 and Over
Career Coach is an online tool designed to assist you in your career and employment search. It is specially designed to provide you information about jobs, salaries, and training in the Rockville, Maryland and Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Visit Career Coach .
Career Coach can help you with research in local employment trends, salaries, educational training for specific careers, degrees, and certificates offered by Montgomery College. You can also find the newest employment postings in your area powered by Indeed.com and apply for them all from the same site. Career Coach is free and available to everyone.
Workforce Development & Continuing Education has a wide variety of career courses for all ages. Visit Job Skills, Career Paths, Licensure, Certifications, for more details.
Holland Career Model Quiz . John Holland made it his life's work to look at people and work environments and come up with a classification system that described 1) individual differences and similarities, and 2) a classification of work environments to describe and explain differences and similarities among positions and occupations. Take the Holland Career Model Quiz to find your Holland Code and use it to find occupations.
GlassDoor.com provides an inside look at jobs and companies. Search jobs from over 20,000 job sites, newspapers and company career pages. Research Companies and employee feedback. See anonymous employee reviews, salaries, and more for over 250,000 companies. Glass Door: http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/index.htm
TechLEAP /WebLEAP is an Information Technology career training program for college graduates. Students must apply to the program and meet the program requirements. TechLEAP arranges paid internship opportunities after training. You can select Mobile Web, Programming, and/or Network Administration tracks.
Upgrade your skills in technology with IT courses – Montgomery College Information Technologies Institute. Program areas include Computer Basics, Microsoft Office and Business Skills, Social Media Networking, Web Design and Development, Computer Programming, and Computer Networking. See ITI Course Objectives and ITI class schedules
Montgomery College offers a number of different training opportunities for individuals at Nonprofit organizations, from entry-level positions to mid-level administrators seeking careers in nonprofits. Training opportunities include a Boot Camp for Mid-Level Nonprofit Administrators. Montgomery College Nonprofit Leadership Institute
Land a Job! The JCA Career provides many opportunities and resources for adults age 50+ seeking employment. Land a Job: http://www.accessjca.org/article/89/programs/land-a-job