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Maryland reopening 32 American Job Centers

Maryland Department of Labor Secretary Tiffany P. Robinson on Monday announced the state’s 32 American Job Centers (AJC), which served thousands of job seekers and businesses virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic, are reopening physical locations to provide in-person services.

The state’s network of AJCs offer employment, training and business services to help job seekers get access to resources and services, including resource rooms equipped with computers, free internet access, phones, printers, and photocopiers, professionally facilitated workshops covering a range of employment-related topics such as interviewing, resume writing, salary negotiation, and how to effectively leverage social media during work search and job fairs and recruitment events.

It also offers individualized employment guidance from experienced career specialists to help job seekers identify their interests, assess their skills and abilities, explore career opportunities and develop individualized employment plans, financial support for eligible customers to cover the cost of occupational training and supportive services and referrals to partner programs.