The Caroline County Career Center is a partnership built to provide employment-related services through a seamless delivery system. Partners include the Caroline County Department of Social Services, the Workforce Investment Office, Adult Education, the Division of Rehabilitation Service, and the Department of Labor.[…]
Offers free public computers with internet access, free wifi, color printing for $.25 a page, black & white, and color copies for $.25 a page, free scanning, free access to databases, books by mail, faxing for $1.00 per fax, and free access to books, ebooks, audiobooks, DVD’s, magazines, and newspapers. Offers a MakerSpace with 3D printers, Virtual Reality, gaming stations, and more. Call 410-479-1343 for more information. tags: copies, copying, fax, photocopies, Wifi[…]
The Transition Center Program (TCP) provides a continuum of transition services and career development services that connect community, work, and independent living activities to 18 to 21 year old students who earn a certificate of completion after completing four years of high school. After high school, this subset of students is at risk for higher unemployment, as well as increased dependency on government support programs and their families for continued support. We believe that with transition services that incorporate opportunities to access age appropriate environments, our students can prepare to live and work as independently as possible. The TCP[…]
The Employment Law Hotline is a telephone service which will provide you with legal information about your rights in the workplace. The Hotline will answer questions about many kinds of workplace problems including: discrimination in hiring, firing, promotions, or other working conditions; discrimination based on pregnancy; sexual harassment; family or medical leave issues; unpaid wages; contract issues; minimum wage and overtime violations; eligibility for unemployment insurance; or being punished by the employer for having acted together with other employees to improve working conditions.[…]
My Family Needs is both a web-based service listing over 300 community organizations, and a referral service staffed by highly-trained library staff who are committed to linking families with local organizations.