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Recruitment Events

Please check the schedule and Inside MCnew window Weekly Newsletter under Student News for these events.

For many more community-based hiring events, see WorkSource Montgomery’s Calendarnew window.

Upcoming Employment Events

Upcoming On-Campus Recruiting Tables

at Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring

  • Mon. Nov. 28 (10 a.m.–2 p.m.) : Wonders Early Learningnew window – Rockville (Campus Center Lobby)
  • Thurs. Dec. 1 (10 a.m.–2 p.m.): Makomnew window – Rockville (Campus Center Lobby)
  • Mon. Dec. 5 (noon–2 p.m.): Talk of the Townnew window – Rockville (Campus Center Lobby)
  • Mon. Dec.  5 (10 a.m.–2 p.m.): Behavioral Frameworknew window (Hiring people to work with children with autism) – Rockville (Campus Center Lobby)
  • Wed. Dec. 7 (10 a.m.–2 p.m.): Saga Educationnew window – Rockville (Campus Center Lobby)
  • Thurs. Dec. 8 (10 a.m.–2 p.m.): Trinity Preschoolnew window (Hiring early childhood educators and aides) – Rockville (Campus Center Lobby)
  • Thurs. Dec. 8 (noon–2 p.m.): Talk of the Townnew window – Rockville (Student Services Building Lobby)
  • Thurs. Dec. 8 (10 a.m.–2 p.m.): Wonders Early Learningnew window – Rockville (Student Services Building Lobby)
Construction Management Virtual Speaker Series Hosted by Montgomery College

There are many types of professionals and majors working in Construction

Construction Management Virtual Speaker Series (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

The Construction Management Program and the Student Employment Services Office are partnering to bring a virtual speaker series to job-seekers/career explorers.  While we are starting with events in October, the series will continue longer - with events planned through December and into next semester as well.

Career-Seekers in Construction Management and Building Trades are in serious demand now and always, but those are not the only careers that are connected to construction.  Engineers, IT, Human Resources, Accounting, Interior Design, and countless other fields are tied closely to the Construction Industry.  

Come to events in this series to hear from local businesses and global ones about what they are seeking in employee talent, what their missions are, and what core values guide their work. Construction is about building the future that we all want to live in. Be a part of it!

And we will be back with more events in the spring. If you miss these events, please do check for recordings here on the Student Employment Services Events and Construction Management Webpages!

Join Future Link’s Self-Advocacy and Career Development Program

If you are looking for mentors, scholarships, free tutoring, paid internships, career exploration, or all the above – check this out!

Join Future Link’s Self-Advocacy and Career Development Program for a life and career changing experience. Future Link is a non-profit organization, and all their services are free to MC students. 

Applications for the Spring Seminar are now open, apply todaynew window!

Stop by their tables to learn more:

Tuesday, October 18                    11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               TP/SS Campus—ST Atrium
Wednesday, October 26              11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               Germantown Campus—SA Atrium 
Thursday, October 27                  11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.                TP/SS Campus—ST Atrium 
Tuesday, November 1                  11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               Germantown Campus—SA Atrium  
Wednesday, November 2            11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               Rockville Campus—CC Near Starbucks
Wednesday, November 9            11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               TP/SS Campus—ST Atrium
Tuesday, November 15                11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               Germantown Campus—SA Atrium  
Wednesday, November 16          11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               Rockville Campus—CC Near Starbucks
Tuesday, November 29                11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               Rockville Campus—CC Near Starbucks
Wednesday, November 30          11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.               Rockville Campus—SV Atrium  

Holy Cross Health is Hiring for Full-Time and Part-Time Positions in many majors – not just Health Sciences!

Attend a Virtual Information Session on Wednesday, December 7 at 2:00 p.m.

Pre-Registernew window to attend the information session (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) .

Holy Cross Health has been part of our community for generations.  And, in the past, they have hired close to 100 of our students/graduates in a single year!  But they’d like to increase even that terrific number and they would like you especially to know, that while health care is their focus, it takes people (in both full-time and part-time roles) with a variety of skills and passions to run a great healthcare organization.

Please consider attending this virtual information session on Wednesday, December 7 at 2:00 p.m. to learn about how Holy Cross Health could be your next (and maybe forever) employer.  Learn about their great benefits including Tuition Reimbursement and a $17 an hour minimum wage.

They are hiring people in full-time and part-time roles in:

  • Administrative/Clerical
  • Patient Care Support 
  • Nursing/Patient Care Clinicians
  • Technical/Professional  
  • Facilities Maintenance/Support Services
  • Security
  • And more…..
Panda Programmer is Hiring People to Teach Kids to Program

Attend an information session on Thursday, January 19

Pre-Registernew window for their information session on Thursday, January 19 at 3:00 p.m.

Panda Programmer has been hiring its teachers at Montgomery College for years! Be the one to teach the next generation how to use computers and light the fire in them to learn and create!

  • After school (usually 4–6 p.m.) and weekend positions (usually Saturday & Sunday mornings)
  • Classes are ongoing throughout the year
  • Use Scratch Programming platform
  • Students learn structured programming and now to make games
  • Classes are typically 2 hours long
  • Pay is $20 – $30 an hour
  • Successful candidates will be quick learners, like children, and have reliable transportation


View Recent Employer Information Session Recordings

  • Adventist Healthcarenew window is hiring for Certified- and Non-Certified Surgical Techs and Psychiatric Techs.  View session recordingnew window or slides (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) including contact information.

  • Aronson, LLCnew window is hiring Busy Season Audit and Accounting Interns. Postingnew window

  • The Civic Circle is Hiring Teachers/Group Leaders – watch and information session recordingnew window and view their slides (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

  • Community Connectionsnew window is hiring people to work with clients with dual diagnoses (chronic mental health issues and addiction) in connecting with and navigating life in the community.  View a video of their information sessionnew window with MC and a video overview of their history and missionnew window.  If you are interested in applying, email your resume and a cover email to Dr. Bronwen Millet at .
  • Macy’s at Westfield Montgomery – is hiring for a variety of positions.  Watch a Recordingnew window and View the Slides (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

  • Occasions Cateringnew window is hiring waitstaff, bartenders, and cooks, starting at $20/hr. Contact Charles Butler for more information. Applicationnew window

  • Panda Programmernew window – if you are interested in teaching programming to kids for them, email

  • Professional Bartenders and Servers – is hiring servers and bartenders for high-profile/high-end events – watch a Recordingnew window and View the Slides (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

  • WorldWide HealthStaff Solutions – is helping International NURSING STUDENTS who are getting ready to graduate, find work in the US. View Session Recordingnew window and Slides (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)  

Ongoing Employer Recruiting

The Air National Guard offers opportunities to gain experience Criminal Justice, Healthcare, Aircraft Technology, Auto Maintenance and more!

Attend an information this spring or email a recruiter to talk now! 

The Air National Guard (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) offers opportunities to gain experience Criminal Justice, Healthcare, Aircraft Technology, Auto Maintenance and more!
Staff Sergeant Lin’s inspiring story (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)  

Have you heard that employers want to see experience before hiring you?

Build that valuable experience with the Air National Guard NOW! Stay local and work part time to get amazing benefits while continuing your college education. We offer a jump start to your career with professional job opportunities in many fields to include medical, automotive maintenance, criminal justice, and aircraft technology. Upon hire 100% of college tuition costs can be covered. Maximize your time with full pay during training as well as college credits and certifications upon completion. Health, dental, and life insurance offered at low cost to members and their families. Support your local community while using the benefits you deserve.

If you want to reach out right away, contact SSgt. Jerry Lin at or 667-304-2456.

The City of Gaithersburg Police Department

Is Hiring Officers and  Cadets

The City of Gaithersburg Police Department is hiring Officers (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) and  Cadets (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

Is always looking for great volunteers in a variety of roles! Wonderful experience for people in a wide variety of majors!

A trusted mental health resource in the National Capital Region since 1957, EveryMind offers programs and services that bring healing, hope and wholeness to children, youth, adults, veterans and families. We are recruiting volunteers for multiple positions:

  • Crisis Prevention and Intervention Services Call Specialistsnew window serve as emotional support/crisis intervention specialists for a 24/7 confidential hotline as well as text and online chat services. Hotline is staffed primarily by volunteers who provide confidential and supportive listening; crisis prevention and intervention; and information, referrals, and resources. Volunteers must be 18 years or older.
  • Representative Payee Volunteersnew window assist low-income Montgomery County residents who have a disability or mental illness with managing their federal benefits. Volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring clients are able to live independently, pay bills on time, and be financially stable. A volunteer typically spends about 5 hours per month helping with routine budgeting and bill paying. No financial expertise is needed. Volunteers must be 21 years or older.
  • Friendly Visitor Volunteersnew window are matched with homebound, isolated, and lonely older adults living in Montgomery County. Volunteers visit clients once a week to exchange stories, play board games, read, watch the news, or discuss current events and build a friendship. Volunteer and client matches are made based on geographic proximity, as well as shared interests or backgrounds. Volunteers must be 21 years or older.
  • Linkages to Learning Volunteersnew window support homework clubs, ESOL classes, and other afterschool activities. They play an essential role in helping children and their families overcome difficulties such as unemployment, which may impact a child’s ability to be successful in school. Volunteers support EveryMind’s 11 Linkages sites by serving as homework helpers, childcare providers, or by providing ongoing programmatic support. Student service learning hours (SSL) are provided for students.
  • Community Outreach, Special Even, Short Term Project Support Volunteers new window

For more information, please contact or call 301-424-0656x541

HACU (Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities) Internships 

HACU has internships available for all students at Hispanic-serving institutions.

For more than 25 years, HACU has partnered with private and public sector employers to support their efforts to diversify their workplaces.  The HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) offers all students a path to gain real-world experience related to their course of study.

Visit HNIPnew window for details and apply online. More information (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) .

National Science Foundation Internships through HACU (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)  

The International Rescue Committee is Hiring Interns for Spring 2023

The IRC in Silver Spring is recruiting for interns for the Spring 2023 semester. IRC Silver Spring is operating hybrid due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Spring 2023 interns may work partly in-person or entirely remote, depending on the program. The situation will be reevaluated as things evolve. 
If you want professional, hands-on experience working with refugees, asylees, & trafficking victims, apply to be an intern with the IRC in Silver Spring!
Below are the titles and a brief description of each internship. For detailed information, visit IRC Careersnew window and enter location as "Silver Spring". Prospective Interns can use that link to apply by filtering on the key word “intern” and the location “Silver Spring.”

The IRC was founded at the behest of Albert Einstein in 1933 to assist people fleeing from persecution. Since then, the IRC has grown and works all over the world providing humanitarian support. In the United States, the IRC is one of 9 US refugee resettlement agencies given permission from the federal government to resettle refugees in the United States. In Silver Spring, the IRC works with refugees the moment they step off the plane to help them get situated and become self-sufficient members of their new community.
Our interns are a major part of our work. IRC internships give interns the opportunity to work directly with refugees to teach them or help them accomplish tasks needed to live successfully in the US. We offer 16 unique internships that offer a wide variety of opportunities to develop different skills and gain experience including:  

  • Anti-Trafficking: This program provides case management services to the IRC’s most vulnerable clients including international survivors of trafficking living locally. Depending on number of active clients, internship may be heavier sided on case management work or community outreach. 
  • Asylee Casework: The Asylee Casework team is the first point of contact for asylee clients. Caseworkers provide 8 months of case management to asylees. The services include providing monthly cash assistance, ensuring that clients apply for public benefits such as Medicaid, food stamps, ensuring that clients apply for social security and enroll in health insurance and ESL classes. 
  • Career Development: Refugees are often required to accept the first available job they get offered. This means that many refugees with professional experience take jobs outside of their previous field of work. The Career Development Program helps them re-enter their previous field of work. Since these are more advanced positions, staff and interns provide advanced job readiness trainings and teach skills geared towards acquiring positions in mid-level and up jobs. 
  • Cultural Orientation: Teach classes to refugees on topics including, US Laws and customs, geography, healthcare, currency, history, etc. Classes are catered to discuss issues relevant to those attending.  
  • Economic Empowerment: The Economic Empowerment program assists refugees to become economically self-sufficient by providing workforce development. We assist recently arrived refugees to acquire their first job. Through this position you will be teaching our refugee and asylee clients skills and cultural practices that will help them to obtain and hold employment as well as budgeting and US laws.  
  • Refugee Employment and Skill-Building: The Refugee Employment and Skill-Building Program aims to reduce barriers to self-sufficiency and employment and assist the parents to secure full-time employment.
  • Refugee Employment Coordination: The Employment Coordination Program supports humanitarian immigrants to achieve economic self-sufficiency through engagement in work participation activities including volunteering, internship procurement, vocational English as a second language classes, and referrals to certificate-bearing professional development courses. The program specializes in providing holistic services to large families. 
  • Family Mentor: The Family Mentor Program focuses on helping newly arrived refugees feel more at home by connecting them to mentors from the local community. Mentors help refugees practice English, socialize with others, and integrate into the community through weekly visits. The Family Mentor team provides support for mentors during their six-month commitment and monitors the refugee family’s improvement throughout the program.
  • Gender Equity: IRC programming assists refugees to become economically self-sufficient and supports acclimatization within the United States by providing access to casework services. All IRC service provision is provided through the lens of Gender, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (GEDI). This role will support the IRC’s Gender Equality work, cross-cutting programmatically and departmentally to support the administration of equitable services and the proper consideration of gender concerns in programmatic and departmental initiatives. 
  • Housing and Casework: The housing department is responsible for finding and setting up all apartments prior to a refugee family’s arrival. They work with community partners, US ties, and IRC staff to set up apartments and schedule the airport pickup schedule. Internship also includes responsibilities of the Refugee Casework internship. 
  • Immigration: This program’s primary responsibilities include helping immigrants obtain Permanent Residence Status, Citizenship, and family reunification. Many IRC immigration interns go on to pursue law school citing the internship as inspiration and good experience. 
  • Intake-Outreach/Q&A: The Intake-Outreach Q&A program is the first point of contact to all “walk-in” clients that visit the IRC in Silver Spring. We provide fast track enrollment in public benefits and referrals to internal and/or external resources and programs as needed. We are part of the casework team and ensure “No visitor will walk out empty-handed.” 
  • Intensive Case Management: Clients are referred to Intensive Case Management when they have extra barriers to self-sufficiency (typically medical conditions and pre-literacy). The ICM program helps them to overcome these challenges. 
  • Refugee Casework: This department oversees the core programming of refugee resettlement. Casework interns teach refugees how to use the bus, take clients to social security, help enroll children in school, and meet with refugees in the office to talk about the challenges they are facing.  
  • Youth Casework: The Youth Casework Team enrolls students in IRC Youth Programs and into the school system, provides school aged students with individual case management support and works to address challenges identified by our clients and help them towards self-sufficiency.   
  • Youth Development: The IRC’s Youth Development Program works to support the integration of recently arrived refugees and asylees who are middle and high school aged students. Students participate in IRC’s after school programs, Saturday Learning Series, and other programs, each designed to address challenges identified by our clients. 

Most internships require a minimum of 15–20 hours per week. However, interns who can dedicate more time (–35 hours a week) will get the most out of their experience as it will give them the opportunity to take on more responsibilities and projects.

All selected interns will need to undergo and clear a background check and reference check to intern. We ask that you make a $30 donation to help us cover the associated costs. Currently, 87% of our funding goes directly to programming to support our clients, and your help to cover this cost will ensure that no funding is directed away from serving our clients. Instructions will be provided after you have been selected to intern or volunteer.  

The IRC is not able to sponsor visas. Students who hold a US visa will need to coordinate with the Volunteer Coordinator to determine if they are eligible to intern. A common visa type that we host are F1 visas with OPT or CPT.

All internships are unpaid. For information on scholarship opportunities, contact your university or the IRC Silver Spring intern coordinator at

To view opportunities and apply, visit IRC Careersnew window. Applications require a resume, cover letter, and list of three references.

We currently offer internships during the following semesters: 

  • Spring: January – May 
  • Summer: May – August 
  • Fall: September – December 

Internships are typically posted 2–3 months prior to the anticipated start date.   
*Candidates applying who are not currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program, or are outside 12 months of their graduation are welcome to apply. These candidates will be processed as volunteers. 
Contact the IRC Silver Spring intern coordinator at with questions.

To view opportunities and apply, visit IRC Careersnew window. Application requires a resume, a cover letter, and list of three references.

IRC Silver Spring is operating hybrid due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Spring 2023 interns may work partly in-person, or entirely remotely depending upon the situation, and the situation will be reevaluated as things evolve.

The Maryland Army National Guard

The MDARNG is ALWAYS looking for great people. 

When you join the Maryland Army National Guard (MDARNG) (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) you will serve our country and protect our community during times of threat or natural disaster.  Engage in part-time service that gives you serious benefits including tuition coverage, pay, training, and experience. Contact a recruiter to chat! 

Metropolitan Police Department 

is hiring Cadets and Officers

Metropolitan Police Department is hiring Cadets (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) and Officers

To be a cadet you must be:

  • Between the ages of 17 and 24
  • An US Citizen
  • A resident of DC
  • Currently enrolled in/graduated from a DC high-school/hold a GED issued by DC

Benefits Include:

  • Annual Salary of $34K
  • College Tuition Coverage
  • Conversion to serve as a police officer upon completion of 60 college credits

Officers earn a starting salary of $60, 199 PLUS the Metropolitan Police Chief just announced:

Starting with the June 21 hiring class, and continuing through Fiscal Year 2023, MPD will offer a $20,000 hiring bonus for all new recruits.  All new hires will receive an initial hiring bonus of $10,000 when they begin their academy training and an additional $10,000 upon graduation from the Academy. 

This incentive, in addition the $6,000 housing assistance program we currently offer, will help us attract the best and the brightest men and women to make up the next generation of MPD officers.

More information and to apply either as a cadet or an officernew window

Montgomery County Police Department 

MCPD is Always Looking for New Officer Candidates!

Officer Candidates

Applications are also open for Officer Candidates.  

Students Graduating or completing their 60 credits are eligible to apply!

  • Starting salary $54,620- $64,876
  • 4-day work week for patrol officers
  • Permanent shift schedules
  • Take home vehicle for in-county residents
  • Differential pay for bilingual skills
  • Paid holidays, accrued sick, annual, and compensatory leave
  • All uniforms and equipment supplied - Free cleaning and alteration
  • Take home police car program after 18 months
  • Liberal 25-year retirement plan/deferred compensation plan
  • Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and prescription drug plans for life 

Apply onlinenew window. Questions? Contact

Montgomery County Police Department 

Is Hiring Public Safety Emergency Communications Specialists (Call Taking/Dispatching)

Public Safety Emergency Communications Specialists (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

The Public Safety Emergency Communications Specialist is responsible for delivering quality emergency communication services to the public, as well as providing accurate and timely dispatch support to police officers and fire rescue personnel. The Communications Specialist has a unique responsibility in a fast-paced environment that requires careful attention to detail, multi-tasking, and good communication skills. The Communications Specialist obtains location and other pertinent details from the caller to make the initial determination of the level and type of service needed when processing emergency calls for service. This is a challenging and rewarding career that affords one the opportunity to provide a vital service to the community. Major duties include answering 9-1-1 emergency calls, dispatching police officers and fire rescue personnel to respond to calls, and using a computer system known as Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD). To find out more or apply, visit the job descriptionnew window.

Montgomery County Public Schools

is hiring for all positions

Come to 15 West Gude Drive, Rockville, MD 20850 and bring resumes and a mask!
See the QR Code on the flyer (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.) for more information and to RSVP!

They are hiring:


Frequently has merchandiser, sales, and driver positions available.

Visit Pepsico Careersnew window to learn more and apply.
Translators Without Borders (TWB)

is always in need of volunteer translators

Translators Without Borders (TWB)new window

Translators Without Borders is always in need of volunteer translators. In light of the current world situation, they are urgently looking for those who speak Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, Czech, Romanian, and German.  They are also looking for many other languages.

You can volunteer with TWB if you are fluent in at least one language other than your native language. Whether you are interested in translating medical texts or translating for crisis response, there are engaging projects available to suit all preferences.

The United States Marines

If you are ready to take the next step in becoming a United States Marine, you can contact your local recruiter.

If you are ready to take the next step in becoming a United States Marine, you can contact your local recruiternew window.

There are common threads in those woven into the fabric of this country. Sewn from what they’re willing to stand for. And what they’re able to stand against. From the good in their intent. And the honor in their dissent. From the commitments they make. And the values that make them. Renewing the American Spirit. With a fighting spirit. Finding a way to win, one battle after another. Fueled by a sense of belonging—to a bond like no other.

If you are ready to take the next step in becoming a United States Marine, you can contact your local recruiternew window.

The US Capitol Police

The US Capitol Police are hiring for individuals to protect our Federal Buildings.

The vacancy announcementnew window for the United States Capitol Police federal Police Officer position new window is now open. If you have trouble viewing it, please contact Roberta Buckberg.

The US Capitol Police has implemented an innovative new hiring process that maximizes online evaluations.  The initial stages of our hiring process, which were previously done in person through travel to Washington, D.C., can now be completed online via video conferencing.  It is set up to expedite the hiring process and limit the amount of travel an applicant must make to Washington D.C. until the very last stages of the hiring process. Google Chrome is the preferred browser to access this site and apply.     

The United States Capitol Police (USCP)new window, located in Washington D.C., is a federal law enforcement agency that is currently seeking motivated and professional individuals for many Police Officer positions.

The USCP safeguards the Congress, its legislative process, Members of Congress, employees, visitors, and facilities to include the United States Capitol Building. They protect and secure Congress so it can fulfill its constitutional and legislative responsibilities in a safe, secure, and open environment, free from crime, disruption, and terrorism. Their officers protect democracy and act on the world stage every day as a model in security, urban crime prevention, dignitary protection, specialty response capabilities, and homeland security. As a Department, they are a diverse microcosm of America and employ over 2300 sworn and civilian personnel from nearly all 50 states and territories.

They offer a starting salary of $64,815 with extensive career advancement opportunities, excellent federal benefits, and tuition reimbursement.