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.
Montgomery College Career Services
- 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 the College Central Network Online Job Board. Post resumes and search for jobs and internships. Employers post job openings. And you can post your resume.
- 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, ) Includes Montgomery College resources, and helpful information including resume writing, interview techniques, networking, and many more helpful resources.
- 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 and Noncredit Career Training Programs at Montgomery College
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 (PDF, ) , Workforce Development and Continuing Education.
- Workforce Development and Continuing Education: Listing of Job Skills, Career Paths, Licensure, Certifications classes.
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