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Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation - Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning

The Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning oversees the State's workforce programs. Working in partnership with Local Workforce Investment Opportunity Areas, we provide a variety of employment and support resources to assist individuals in achieving their employment goals and encourage lifelong learning. Information and resources are available for the economic advancement of any job seeker in need of services. E-mail the Division of Workforce Development for more information.

 

Western Maryland Consortium - Training incentives available include: On-the-Job Training (OJT), Cooperative programs (workplace & instruction), Upgrade skills training, Entrepreneurial, Occupational skills, Job readiness, and Customized training.  Phone 301-791-3164 for more information.

Vocational Rehabilitation - The Division of Rehabilitation Services promotes the employment, economic self-sufficiency and independence of individuals with disabilities.  Phone 301-791-4760 for more information.

Maryland Department of Aging – Identifies low-income persons 55 and older in need of employment and training. Training is accomplished within participating non-profit agencies or government entities that provide a community service to the general populations or senior population.  Phone 301-393-8243 for more information.

Washington County American Job Center
14 N. Potomac Street, Suite 100, Hagerstown, MD 21740
301-393-8200
A One-Stop Partner
hagerstown@dllr.state.md.us

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Allegany American Job Center
McMullen Building, 138 Baltimore Street, Cumberland, Maryland 21502
301-777-1221
A One-Stop Partner
cumberland@dllr.state.md.us
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Western Maryland Consortium Garrett County Office
221 South Third Street, Oakland, MD 21550
301-334-8136
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