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Job Center

Lost your job? Thinking about switching careers? The Talbot County Free Library wants to help you find the sort of work you're looking for.

To begin with, we've put together a list of links to organizations offering specific resources to aid you in your search. (To be listed as a link here, an organization must provide its services free of charge. Please let us know if you are dissatisfied in any way with the service you receive from any of the organizations listed as links on this page.) Clicking on any organization's link in the list below will take you to that organization's website.

(If at any time you would like to leave the site you have entered and return to this page, just click on the reverse arrows on the upper left-hand side of this page, or click on the little picture of a house in the gray border above this space and that will take you back to the library's home page.)

Chesapeake College

Jobs Listing

The Maryland Workforce Exchange offers a large range of services to help people looking for a job. Click here to enter their site:

http://mwejobs.maryland.gov/jobs.asp

The Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board's site lists local services and service centers in Talbot, Caroline, Kent, Dorchester, and Queen Anne's counties. Click here to enter their site:

http://www.uswib.org/index.htm and then click on: Menu of Services

Chesapeake College's Continuing Education program offers GED (High School Equivalency Degree) and ESL (English as a Second Language) classes. (Note: Chesapeake College does charge students to take their classes. There is no charge to use their website.) Click here to enter their site:

http://www.chesapeake.edu/continuing_ed/ce_abe.asp

For their GED prep, click on:

http://www.chesapeake.edu/continuing_ed/ce_ged.asp

You can also ask a librarian at the Information desk to help you find free GED prep through our library databases.

The state of Maryland has a great site offering assistance in a number of different categories. Click here to enter their site:

http://maryland.gov/pages/problemsolver.aspx

The Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore has a wonderful site devoted to helping people find new jobs and careers. Click here to enter the Pratt's Job and Career Information Center:

http://www.prattlibrary.org/locations/jobcenter/index.aspx?id=1174

This webpage is a work in progress. If there was something you were looking for on this page and did not find, please click here to tell us what you would like to see listed. Please check back with us soon to see what new services we've added.