- Workforce Development and Continuing Education
- Lifelong Learning, Programs for 50+ Learners at MC
- Work Skills, Career and Employment Resources for 50+ Learners
Work Skills, Career and Employment Resources for 50+ Learners
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.
- Career Services at Montgomery College. MC offers a range of services to students and alumni to support the career planning process.
- Student Employment Services and EJobs. Post resumes and search for jobs and internships. Employers post job openings. And you can post your resume.
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.
- Lifelong Learning Brochure of Classes (PDF, ) .
- 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 Programs: Work toward a Degree/Certificate or just take a Credit Class.
- Look at the Montgomery College Catalog to learn about possible College majors leading to employment opportunities.
- Check out the MC credit class schedule.
- Visit Raptor Central to learn about College Admissions procedures, meeting with an advisor, getting credit for prior learning for military and work experience, paying for college, and more.
- Visit Getting Started: How to Apply and Register.
Noncredit Workforce Development and Continuing Education Programs
- WDCE noncredit courses. These courses are designed for learning or enhancing job skills, choosing a career path, working toward licensure and/or certification.
- Noncredit Class Schedules
- Career Resource Guide, Workforce Development and Continuing Education.
- Workforce Development and Continuing Education: Listing of Job Skills, Career Paths, Licensure, Certifications classes.