Career Information


Student and Employer Services and eJobs



Career Information

Montgomery College has more than 150 credit and noncredit programs which may lead to industry certification and credentialing, college certificates, and college degrees. These programs may help to better prepare students and workers with the skills to compete for jobs in the new economy, including infrastructure building, BRAC, healthcare, information technology, science and security, and jobs related to the “green economy.”

Skills2CompeteSee a list of Montgomery College's Career Programs, that support Maryland's Skills2Compete initiative aimed at encouraging Marylander’s to gain the skills and credentials necessary to obtain good jobs.

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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. See a listing of WD&CE Programs and Departments. The TechLEAP IT retraining program trains students as IT specialists in programming, web applications, and computer networking administration with possible internships upon successful completion of the program.

Student and Employer Services and eJobs

Students/Alumni can register at eJobs. You can post resumes and search for part-time and full-time jobs and internships, as well as view upcoming career events. Employers also have the opportunity to post part-time and full-time jobs and internships and to be able to search student and alumni resumes.

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
Steve Greenfield, Instructional Dean, Business, Information Technology, and Safety