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Work Skills, Career and Employment Resources for 50+ Learners

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 Work and Employment Resources

 Montgomery College has a wide variety of programs, both credit and noncredit courses, and many resources available for adults age 50+. Are you looking for employment and work skills to help you get a job? Do you need to upgrade or enhance your work skills? Or are you ready to make a career change? These resources may help. 

Montgomery College Career Services

Lifelong Learning Institute Employment Skills and Resources for 50+ Learners
  • Job Readiness Courses and Resources for age 50+. Lifelong Learning Institute has a wide variety of courses and resources that are designed primarily for students age 50 and over. Learn More
  • LLI Career and Employment Courses for age 50+. Courses include Employment Search Boot  Camp, Find Your Strengths & Find Your Future, How Montgomery College Can Help You With Employment and Job Training.
  • Career Search Resource Guide, for all ages. (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)   Includes Montgomery College resources, and helpful information including resume writing, interview techniques, networking, and many more helpful resources.
  • Lifelong Learning Brochure of Classes (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)


Career Coach

Discover majors and in-demand careers and education based on your interests!
  • Take career assessment, research job market, find training program, apply for a job, free software program. 
  • Browse Careers and find relevant data on wages, employment and training. 
  • Browse Programs that will lead to the career you want. 
  • Learn More.


Credit and Noncredit Career Training Programs at Montgomery College

Credit Programs:  Work toward a Degree/Certificate or just take a Credit Class.

Noncredit Workforce Development and Continuing Education Programs

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Additional Job and Career Resources for Montgomery County Residents

To assist you in your job or career search we have compiled a variety of resources from the College, the County, State, and the Federal Government to assist you.

For more information visit Job and Career Resources