Job Seekers

Job Seekers

Are you a job seeker
looking for employment?

Visit an American Job Center to ensure you are job ready and connect to thousands of job opportunities. Let us help you achieve your career goals!

WHAT WE DO

Are you looking for employment? When you visit the American Job Center we will ask the right questions to quickly assist you in achieving your employment goals. You may simply need an effective résumé that gets the attention of your targeted employer or you may need coaching in answering those difficult interview questions. Perhaps you need help with re-entering the job market with a less than perfect background or you may need training and certification.

UTILIZE OUR NETWORK

We can provide you with the tools to take advantage of thousands of local employment opportunities and Hiring Events at our American Job Centers. We are here for you!

WHY CONTACT US?

  • Disability Services
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Career Counseling
  • FREE Skills and Certification Training

Legal Services

Maryland Legal Aid (MLA)

Maryland Legal Aid is a private, non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal services to low-income people across Maryland. The firm handles cases involving a wide range of issues, including family, housing, government benefits, healthcare, education, employment, and consumer law.

Maryland Legal Aid also represents children in Child in Need of Assistance proceeding in 12 Maryland jurisdictions. Other vulnerable populations, such as homeowners facing foreclosure, migrant and seasonal farm workers, nursing home and assisted living residents, and veterans seeking benefits and assistance with related legal issues also receive representative through special projects.

Service provided at the American Job Center

Maryland Legal Aid provides civil legal services at the American Job Center to assist clients with legal issues that impede successful employment. These issues include criminal record expungements, negotiations with the motor vehicle administration, child support modification, housing concerns, and employment law.

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