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Student Career and Employment Services

Our rigorous academic programs will prepare you to succeed—and our career planning and student employment services are here to help you explore different career options, hone your job search skills, and find internships and employment.

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Montgomery College uses a collaborative approach to providing comprehensive career planning services to students and alumni. By combining expertise, resources, and support from Student Employment Services, Counseling/Advising, academic departments and other affiliated units, we empower individuals to make and implement well-conceived career plans.

Recognizing that career development is a life-long process, we strive to help students engage in self-assessment, occupational exploration, decision-making, goal-setting, self-marketing, job search skills, and developing meaningful connections in the workplace.

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Employment Services Help:

Career Planning 

Sign Up for eJobs

Our eJobs database is a referral source for jobs, internships, and other opportunities for off-campus and on-campus employment. 

On eJobs, students and alumni can post resumes, search for part-time and full-time jobs and internships, view upcoming career-related events, and search for Student Assistant (SA) and Federal Work Study (FWS) opportunities. Register at eJobs. For more information, see Getting Started with eJobs (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

Students and alumni should thoroughly research job opportunities listed on eJobs prior to entering into any agreements with employers. The listing of a position should not be interpreted as an endorsement from Montgomery College.

Employers may register at eJobsnew window to post part-time and full-time jobs and internships. MC faculty and staff can also post Student Assistant (SA) and Federal Work Study (FWS) opportunities. Review the Employer Job Posting Policies (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)  and recruitment options for employers (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) .

For more information, contact Roberta Buckberg, employer relations coordinator, at or 240-567-5057.

Student Employment Specialists

Speak with the student employment specialist on your campus for help with resume writing, interviewing, and other job search topics. 


Patricia McGlone
Office Location: SA 265C


Beth Reilly
Office Location: SB 008B

Takoma Park/Silver Spring

Joseph O'Hare
Office Location: RC 206

Cooperative Education and Internship Program (Co-op Ed. Program)

Get real-life job experience in your chosen field of study while earning college credits through Montgomery College's Cooperative Education and Internship Program (Co-op Ed. Program). The Co-op Ed. Program allows students to blend classroom learning with on-the-job experience in a business, government, technical, or professional field.


Student Employment Services Job Fair, April 20, 2019, Rockville Campus