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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 Hosted by MC

Large Multi-Industry Job Fairs on Each Campus in April

The Fairs Are Over, But You Can Still Look Up Employers

Employer List (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)

Phlebotomy, CNA/GNA, Pharmacy Tech (AND MORE) Job Fair 

at the Takoma Park Silver Spring Campus on Thursday, August 1 from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

Join us in the Student Services Building Atrium  to meet with representatives from 17 employers hiring for those three jobs and a few more (some have indicated that they have Medical Assistant, Patient Care Technician, and Imaging positions as well as the three targeted occupations for this fair). Details and to registernew window

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Employer Positions Available
Actalent Health and Medical CNA, GNA, Phlebotomist, Pharmacy Tech, Medical Imaging
Advanced Nursing and Home Care CNA and GNA
Bridgepoint Healthcare CNA & GNA
Brooke Grove Retirement Village CNA and GNA
Children's National Hospital CNA, Phlebotomist, Pharmacy Technician
Complete Care at Wheaton GNA
Corewood Care CNAs and GNAs to provide in-home care in the Montgomery County area of Maryland
Erickson Senior Living Riderwood Community CNA  & GNA
Giant food and pharmacy Pharmacy Technician
Holy Cross Health CNA, Phlebotomist, Pharmacy Technician
Johns Hopkins Medicine CNA, Clinical Technician, Certified Medical Assistant, Phlebotomist, Pharmacy Technician, Imaging/Radiology Technician
Kensington Park Senior Living CNAs, GNAs, and LPNs for a variety of Full-Time, Part-Time and PRN shifts
Maryland Oncology Hematology Phlebotomist, Pharmacy Tech, MA
MedStar Health Patient Care Technicians for the ED, ICU, Med-Surg Units at MedStar's Southern Maryland Hospital Center and St. Mary's Hospital Center - Southern Maryland Locations
Sunrise Senior Living- Maplewood Park Place GNA
Visiting Angels CNA, GNA, & RN
What IS Jobs Connected?

It’s a new tool to make our in-person job fairs more effective.

Jobs Connected (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) is a Technology Company that Montgomery College Office of Student Employment Services has partnered with to help us make our In-Person Job Fairs more effective by giving YOU, the job seeker, an easy way to learn about the employers that will be at the event on one website BEFORE each job fair and a way to reach out to them and for them to reach out to you AFTER the fair.
Students, we ask that you ALWAYS use Dual Factor Identification when setting up your Jobs Connected Account. See directions here (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) .
Advantages of Jobs Connected for Jobseekers
  • Before/during/After the actual in-person event, you can visit the website and, in each employer’s information booth you will find:
    • An “About” page where you can read a basic description of the employer, watch videos they have embedded, access a link to their website, learn about the size of the organization and the benefits they offer, and perhaps find direct contact information. No more walking up to a table and asking, “what does your company do?” – you’ll already know.
    • An “Open Positions” page with links to and descriptions of what they are hiring for.
    • A “Handouts” page for full job descriptions, brochures, and other documents.
    • A “Q&A” page where you can ask questions anonymously about their jobs and requirements and the employer culture.
    • A “Resume Dropbox” where you can upload your resume for the employer to see and perhaps even contact you before the actual event. You also won’t “run out of resumes” on the day of the event because you can upload a virtual one to their resume drop box.
  • You can easily “do your research” about employers BEFORE the actual event, so you can plan you actions and strategize to visit the employers you are MOST interested in efficiently at the event.
  • When you visit a table at the event, there will be a QR code on the employer’s table sign – if you scan that with your phone, the employer will be able to see your name and email address so they can follow up with jobseekers that visited the booth after the fair. No more lost business card/lost resume dead-ends.

Advantages of Jobs Connected for Employers

  • A more-prepared pool of applicants before, during, and after the event. Since jobseekers can see your information and actually send you a resume through the website – it makes the day of the event more about interacting with individuals rather than handling a crowd.
  • No more running out of handouts – jobseekers can see them right on the website.
  • No more lost or unreadable email information for candidates – it’s collected for you right on the Jobs Connected website. Jobseekers at the event scan the QR code on your table to allow you to collect their name and email.
  • You can receive resumes even before and after the event.
Upcoming On-Campus Recruiting Tables - will return in the Fall

Located at Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring.

Construction Management Virtual Speaker Series Hosted by MC

The Construction Management Program and the Student Employment Services Office are partnering to bring a virtual speaker series (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) to job-seekers/career explorers. 

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 (or view past events at the links below) to hear from local businesses and global ones speak 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.

If you miss these events, please check for recordings here on the Student Employment Services Events and Construction Management Webpages.

Recent Employer Information Session Recordings 

Community Employment Events

The Appalachian Conservation Corps has a Paid Internship

For those interested in Biology, Conservation, Communications, and other related fields

The Science Communications intern will work with the NPS National Capital Region's Inventory and Monitoring program to help translate scientific research into communications materials for park staff.

Since housing is not provided, they are seeking candidates local to the D.C. area.

The $700/week internship begins Sept. 30 and runs for 50 weeks until Sept. 12, 2025. Since this is a full-time internship, they are seeking alumni and recent grads.

The intern will receive a $6,895 AmeriCorps Segal Education award upon successful completion that can be used to pay back federal student loans or for additional schooling.

More information and to apply, visit Science Communications Individual Placement​ - National Capital Region Inventory & Monitoringnew window.

The Phillips Collection Fall 2024 Internship Applications are Open

Application Period Closes July 17

The Phillips Collection has Opened Application for Fall Internships.   They currently have openings in the Curatorial and Library and Archives Departments and may have more openings coming.  

Learn more detailsnew window 

Applications for fall internships will close on July 17.

“What I Wish I Knew” Webinar Panel

Hosted by The Non-Profit Alliance Foundation’s Leading Edge Student Internship Program on July 23

 “What I Wish I Knew” Webinar Panel - Hosted by The Non-Profit Alliance Foundation’s Leading Edge Student Internship Program.  Tuesday, July 23, 1:30–2:30 p.m. 
Registernew window

Ever wish you could see what's ahead for your career? Join fellow university students to listen in as a panel of nonprofit industry professionals discuss what they wish they knew when they were college students and interns.

You'll get a sneak peek from those who went before you and walk away with:

  • Industry insights like what it's like working for nonprofits vs. for-profits
  • Career planning tips on topics such as networking and goal-setting
  • Heads up on key decisions such as choosing the right school or major, managing your money, facing setbacks, and more.

Open to all university students and recent grads interested in the nonprofit sector.

The Montgomery County Government - Office of Food Systems Resilience (OFSR)

is offering internship experiences for high-school graduates in the summer and fall of 2024

This Career Experience Opportunity (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) is hosted through their office beginning this summer. Please see below (and the document linked above) for details, and please share with any contacts who may be interested – High School Graduates are eligible!

The OFSR is seeking interns for the summer (May–August 2024) and fall (September–December 2024) to support OFSR initiatives. This is a part-time professional development opportunity for Montgomery County residents who have previous experience and/or education related to food systems, including in policy, public health, agriculture, sustainability, and/or other related fields. This opportunity will offer exposure to a variety of unique experiences, including researching grant opportunities, best practices and models from other jurisdictions, and local impacts of state and federal policy shifts, while also directly engaging in policy development, data collection and analysis, and external communications. Interns must commit to 8 – 10 weeks during their selected season and a minimum of 20 hours per week. Interns will receive a $400 per week stipend, paid in two installments (at the mid-point of the internship and end of the internship). 

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to In the cover letter, applicants should describe their interest, skills, and qualifications related to this opportunity, as well as their perspective on strategies to: 1) engage the Montgomery County community in the local food system and 2) address local food system issues and challenges. The cover letter should indicate the desired internship dates. 

Deadline for Applications: Accepted on a rolling basis, with a priority deadline of May 1 for Summer 2024 and July 15 for Fall 2024.

The Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU) National Internship Program (HNIP)

connects students to PAID federal Internship opportunities year-round.

Students can submit one application on the HACU websitenew window to be considered for multiple internship opportunities at once with the federal government.

We work with agencies such as USDA, NASA, CDC, NIH, FDIC, and many more. We have opportunities for part-time, full-time, virtual, in-person, and hybrid internships.

The Deadline for Applications for these opportunities:

  • For Summer 2024:  February 2, 2024
  • For Fall 2024: June 28, 2024
The Non-Profit Alliance Leading Edge Student Internship Program

Still has some paid Summer 2024 Internships

Leading Edge Student Internship Programnew window

The positions are on MC’s College Central Network online job boardnew window and also on their websitenew window to explore and apply for. 

These internships offer:

  • Prospective job placement options for after graduation
  • A stable, paid internship all summer
  • Real-world, hands-on experience in the field
  • Networking with industry professionals and leaders
  • Career guidance and mentorship for navigating the nonprofit/social good field

Students from underrepresented or first-generation communities, students interested in the nonprofit field, and students exploring different career options are encouraged to apply. Open to current university students and recent grads of all majors.

Enrich Scholars

Helps Students of Color Prepare for and Connect with Opportunities.

Enrich Scholarsnew window is an organization founded to support young people of color who are early in career and the organizations who are eager for their talent.

From their websitenew window: “We believe that talent is distributed evenly, but opportunity is not. We provide young people of color with career coaching, interview preparation, and job opportunities at no cost. We empower our Scholars by breaking down the barriers to reaching their full potential and achieving their personal and professional goals.”

Applynew window to this free program to get access to these workshops and more.

They still have Corporate Partners Hiring for the following opportunities:

  • Amicanew window is looking to hire 2024 Grads for full-time roles in the following fields: Finance, Organizational Leadership/Psychology, and anyone who's interested in exploring Insurance (open to all major/industry interests).
  • H&R Blocknew window is hiring 2024 Grads for full-time roles in Software Engineering.
  • Comcast NBC Universalnew window is hiring 2025 Grads for their summer 2024 Finance Internship Program in Orlando, FL,  Philadelphia, PA, and Los Angeles, CA
The Maryland Division of Parole and Probation Internship Program

is Accepting Applicants for Summer Internships until May 15

Maryland Division of Parole and Probation has 36 internship sites available throughout Maryland. The internship will provide an opportunity for students to build their resume while learning how the Division of Parole and Probation operates daily in its supervision of over 40,000 probationers and parolees.

Frequently Asked Questions
The Division of Parole and Probation (DPP) offers an internship program for college students interested in learning about work in the criminal justice system. Interns are considered part of the DPP team and gain practical work experience that complements their academic studies.


  • May 15 for (SUMMER) placements
  •  July 15 (FALL) placements
  • November 15 (SPRING) placements

What time commitments are required?
Interns must attend an orientation and training session, work a minimum of 10 hours per week, and perform a minimum of 120 hours with DPP.

  • What are the eligibility requirements?
    Be enrolled in an accredited college/university. Preferred fields of study include: Criminal Justice, Law, Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, Social Services, Social Ecology, Sociology, and Education, Child and Adolescent Development or related fields;
  • Be a legal U.S. resident;
  • Be at least 18 years old if the assignment does not place the individual in a correctional facility or otherwise in contact with an offender; 21 years old if the assignment places the individual in a correctional facility or direct contact in field offices.
  • Possess a valid Social Security card and Driver's License/Identification Card;
  • Possess basic computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel, and email applications;
  • Pass a background investigation which may include fingerprinting, may take up to 30 days to process. Careful consideration will be given to any criminal history the applicant might have. Candidates must be 3 years removed from supervision or criminal offense adjudication (with the exception of a NOT GUILTY disposition) before being considered for placement.

How does the application process start? 
Applicants must forward all requested materials to the Division’s Volunteer Coordinator, La’Shae Nicholson. Once the completed application is received via email, applications will be sent to the requested office(s), for a background investigation to be conducted. This process typically takes 2-4 weeks. Upon approval, the Volunteer Coordinator from that office contacts the applicant. If you have been selected, the next steps in the screening process include an interview as well as orientation and training.

For questions, contact:
If you are interested in applying for an internship, or if you would like more information regarding the program, please call La’Shae Nicholson, Office of Special Programs, Administrator, at 443-379-7130 or email


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 Sgt. 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 Federal Government and Private Corporation Internships available for all students at Hispanic-serving institutions (MC is the ONLY HSI in Maryland).

Visit HNIPnew window for more details and to apply online (Click the Federal or Corporate tab – they have separate application processes, timelines, and deadlines)

For questions about the program, please contact Alejandra Benitez, HNIP Program coordinator OR

Summer 2024 Internship Dates for Federal Government Internships: June 3 - August 9 Application
Application Priority Deadline: February 16, 2024

Fall 2024 Internship Dates for Federal Government Internships: September 2 - December 13 Application 
Application Deadline: June 28, 2024

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

Corporate Internships through HACU are posted throughout the year, based on their corporate partners needs, and dates vary. Find out more and apply herenew window (Click on the “Corporate” tab) or email 

View a recordingnew window of an information session from February 8, 2024 with an HNIP Representative and MC Student Ambassador for HACU.

These opportunities are open to ALL students who meet the criteria. You do not need to be of Hispanic heritage to be eligible. 

No matter your major or career aspirations, there is a path for you to explore career opportunities with the U.S. government or private corporation through these internships.

The International Rescue Committee

is Hiring Interns for Fall 2024.

The International Rescue Committeenew window in Silver Spring is now recruiting Fall 2024 interns.

IRC internships give interns the opportunity to work directly with refugees to support them in accomplishing tasks needed to live successfully in the U.S. They offer 16 unique internships that provide a wide variety of opportunities to gain direct exposure to the refugee resettlement sector. 

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 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.  

Below are the titles and a BRIEF description of each internship that is recruiting below. You can find the full description by going to the IRC Careers pagenew window and filtering by City (Silver Spring) and Employee Category (Intern). Prospective interns will use the same link to apply.

  • Anti-Trafficking: The Anti-Trafficking Intern will work in close coordination with the case management teams to serve survivors of human trafficking who are struggling to navigate various systems to access resources and services. 
  • Asylee & Humanitarian Parolee Casework: The Asylee & Humanitarian Parolee 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: The Career Development Program assists employed clients in securing job upgrades to improve economic conditions and align with career history and/or career objectives. The intern will work closely with the Career Development team and Financial Capabilities program to promote client self-sufficiency and encourage clients to work towards long-term career goals.
  • Community Engagement: The aim of community engagement is to establish strong, mutually beneficial connections between the community and the IRC in Silver Spring order to garner monetary, in-kind and volunteer resources for refugee clients. The community engagement intern supports the administration of the family mentor program.   
  • Economic Empowerment: The Economic Empowerment program assists refugees to become economically self-sufficient by placing recently arrived refugees in their first job in the United States.   
  • Refugee Employment and Skill-Building: The Refugee Employment and Skill-Building Program aims to reduce barriers to self-sufficiency and employment and assist refugees 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.   
  • Financial Capabilities: The Financial Capabilities program supports clients to become financially capable through financial education, coaching and providing low-interest loan products. Services include financial education and counseling that help clients understand banking, budgeting, saving, debt management, building credit and auto purchase.  
  • Gender Equity: IRC programming assists refugees to become economically self-sufficient and supports acclimatization within the United States by providing access to casework services. 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.  
  • Immigration Legal Services: The IRC's Immigration Department provides high quality, low-cost immigration services, including filing applications for adjustment of status (i.e. green cards), work authorization, naturalization, family reunification for refugees, asylees, victims of trafficking and other immigrants.  
  • Children's Legal Services: The Children’s Legal Services (CLS) program provides legal representation to unaccompanied children (UC). The CLS team helps the UC understand the immigration systems, prepare them for hearings, evaluate and advise them on the types of immigration applications they can file, and assist them with preparing their filings.
  • Refugee Walk-in Services: The Intake 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.  
  • Extended Case Management: The Extended Case Management (ECM) team provides case management services to up to 400 new clients each year. The team works directly with new refugees, asylees, parolees, and other humanitarian immigrants resettling in the DC Metro area, including Haitian, Ukrainian, Latin American, African, and Middle Eastern individuals; utilizing a holistic 2Gen household approach for the families served, the team addresses both short-term and long-term barriers to support overall well-being in the US.
  • Refugee Health and Social Integration Intern: The refugee health and social integration intern will work in close coordination with the case management teams to serve refugees and other vulnerable immigrants who are struggling to navigate various systems to access resources and services. 
  • Refugee Resettlement: The Refugee Resettlement team supports refugees during their first eight months in the United States. The housing team prepares apartments for new families. Caseworkers connect refugees with services include providing monthly cash assistance, ensuring that clients apply for public benefits such Medicaid, food stamps, social security and enroll in health insurance and ESL classes. The cultural orientation team introduce refugees to U.S. customs and systems.  
  • Youth Program: The IRC’s Youth Program works to support the integration of school-age recently arrived refugees and asylees. Interns will support the enrolling of new clients in the youth program and completing individual service plans for each individual client.  

All selected interns will undergo and clear a background and reference check to intern. The IRC asks that candidates make a $30 donation to help them cover the associated costs. Currently, 87% of their funding goes directly to programming to support their clients, and your help to cover this cost will ensure that no funding is directed away from serving clients. Instructions will be provided after you have been selected to intern or volunteer. The IRC is not able to sponsor visas.   

The ability to work in-person at least one day per week is required. Internships require a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week. Fall interns are also expected to begin their internship term by attending an in-person intern orientation on September 9, 2024, 9:15 a.m.–2:00 p.m. 

Please note, the deadline to apply for Fall 2024 internships is August 23, 2024.

Internships with the IRC in Silver Spring are unpaid. Fall 2024 interns may be eligible for per diem reimbursement at the rate of $15/day to offset the costs of food and travel. For information on scholarship opportunities, contact the IRC Silver Spring Community Engagement Specialist at

The IRC currently offers internships during the following semesters: 
Spring: January – May 
Summer: June – August 
Fall: September – December 

Internships are typically posted 2-3 months prior to the anticipated start date. 
IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.  

If you need assistance in the application or hiring process to accommodate a disability, you may request an accommodation at any time. Please contact Talent Acquisitions at As required by law, the IRC will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants and employees with a known disability.

Internship Listings links

with Smithsonian, National Parks, and Arab-American Business Professional Association.

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. 

The Maryland Commission for Women

Has a Paid Internship Opportunity in Fall/Spring/Summer Terms

Maryland Commission for Women Internship Programnew window

The Maryland Commission for Women’s internship program is part of our commitment to mentoring and supporting young leaders. We welcome undergraduate and graduate students to work with our team of staff and volunteer Commissioners as we work to advance solutions and to expand social, political and economic opportunities for all women in Maryland.

Ideal Candidates
Ideal candidates are pro-active and ambitious undergraduate or graduate students with a demonstrated interest in women’s issues, social justice, and civic engagement. Applicants should have strong writing and research skills, comfort with social media, and experience with community or student organizations. Experience with women’s issues or Maryland politics is a big plus!

Interns at the CFW work on a variety of projects and tasks. These include policy, communications, research, and administrative tasks:

  • Conducting research on various issues affecting women in Maryland.
  • Monitoring federal, state and local legislation that affects women and families.
  • Assisting with outreach to other organizations or groups involved with issues of concern to women and families.
  • Collaborating with the Commission for Women’s Policy and Legislative Committee and supporting their activities.
  • Assisting with the coordination of public programs and events, including our signature Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame Awards
  • Developing monthly email newsletter content
  • Updating Facebook, X (Twitter) and Instagram pages

How to Apply, Hours, and Compensation
Internships are available to students during the fall, spring, and summer terms. Admission into the internship program is rolling.

Internship programs are hybrid—students will work from home and at the Commission for Women office in Rockville, MD. Hours vary depending on a person’s schedule. However, we generally require a 20 hour a week commitment.

Interns are paid $16.85 an hour.

Please submit the following:

  • A résumé and cover letter stating your reasons for applying. Please be sure to address any topics within the commission that interest you.
  • Dates and hours of availability.
  • A list of goals you wish to achieve during your internship
  • A small writing sample—no more than 2-3 paragraphs

Applicants will also be asked to participate in an in-person interview.

E-mail your information to: Ariana Kelly, Executive Director Ariana.Kelly@Maryland.Gov

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 and Cadets.

Officer Candidates (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) and Police Cadets (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)

Permanent Shift Schedules, 4-Day Work Week, Take-Home Cars and more (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) .

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

  • $20,000 Hiring Bonus (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)
  • Starting salary $64,556 – $76,668
  • 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:

The Non-Profit Alliance

is Offering Mentorship and Internship Opportunities.

The Non-Profit Alliancenew window is offering a mentorship program and directory for students interested in the non-profit sector for work in marketing, fundraising, IT, communications, and more.

Did you know that college graduates are almost 2x more likely to be engaged at work if they had a mentor who encouraged them to pursue their goals and dreams? Measuring College and University Outcomesnew window

That’s why we’re excited to launch our new Leading EDGE Mentor Directorynew window for college students to connect with nonprofit industry professionals anytime throughout the year. Simply look through our list of experienced professionals who have worked for and with nonprofits, and send us a request to get you both connected for up to 3 months of mentorship.

Includes professionals at various levels and specialties in areas such as marketing, fundraising, IT, and more who are eager to help you navigate your next steps and think through questions like:

  • Am I in the right major?
  • Where do I start after graduation?
  • How do I build my network?
  • What skills should I have for my field of interest?

Mentees will walk away feeling more prepared for career advancement. It is also perfect for growing your network and knowledge base, strengthening your skills in the industry, and gaining the valuable resources and problem-solving techniques needed to transition from college to the working world.

The Nonprofit Alliance Foundation's Leading EDGE Internship Program aims to elevate the visibility of college-age job candidates, particularly those in underrepresented and first-generation student populations, within the employer job market; and enable first job placements that can lead to a career path in the social good sector 

Questions? Email Shelby Truxon.


Frequently has merchandiser, sales, and driver positions available.

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

We are 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.

Verizon is Completing Major Projects in Maryland

Learn about their Field Technician Positions.

Verizon Field Technicians (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)

If you’re looking for an active career in field operations and are excited to grow your skills—now is your chance to join the Verizon Team. Be a part of our field technician team and get backed by benefits and resources including:

  • Extensive on-site training and development at every level
  • Access to industry research and top-of-the-line tools
  • Dental, vision, medical and prescription benefits
  • Annual stock awards
  • Generous paid time off (including vacation, holidays and personal days)

Join the team. Explore our open roles today.
Learn how to set up your career profile (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)   and create Job Alerts (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window) on our Careers website so you never miss an opportunity.

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