American Job Centers (AJCs) – previously known as one-stop centers – are designed to provide a variety of employment-related services. More than 2,500 AJCs are located throughout the country. The centers provide an array of high-quality services so that workers, job seekers, and businesses can conveniently find the help they need under one roof in easy to reach locations. The Lower Shore American Job Center, serving Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties, is conveniently located in Salisbury, Maryland. With a variety of partner programs available, it is designed to help businesses find qualified workers and to help job seekers obtain employment and training services to enhance their careers. Need more information? Call 410-341-6515.

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Job Journal 10/15/2019

This week’s Job Journal is here! The Job Journal is a weekly publication giving you tips, current job fairs and job listings, training services and opportunities, as well as education services and opportunities. If you would like to have this publication sent straight...

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Job Journal 10/7/2019

This week’s Job Journal is here! The Job Journal is a weekly publication giving you tips, current job fairs and job listings, training services and opportunities, as well as education services and opportunities. If you would like to have this publication sent straight...

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Job Journal 9/30/2019

This week’s Job Journal is here! The Job Journal is a weekly publication giving you tips, current job fairs and job listings, training services and opportunities, as well as education services and opportunities. If you would like to have this publication sent straight...

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Testimonials

Come out to the American Job Center. The American job center is where you will have a start. Just come out and get into the program. 

Brandi Jones- August 2019 Success Story

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I found the WIOA scholarship and with the training they helped me obtain, I now have a job I love and am able to further my career. WIOA helped me succeed and start on the road to independence.

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This week's Job Journal is here! The Job Journal is a weekly publication giving you tips, current job fairs and job listings, training services and opportunities, as well as education services and opportunities.

This week's tip:Top Transferable Job Skills Employers Look for in Candidates

Happy Hunting!

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This weeks Job Journal is here! The Job Journal is a weekly publication giving you tips, current job fairs and job listings, training services and opportunities, as well as education services and opportunities.  This weeks tip:Top Transferable Job Skills Employers Look for in Candidates  Happy Hunting!  https://www.lowershoreajc.org/job-journal-10-15-2019/

The Lower Shore American Job Center will be closed on Monday October 14,2019. ... See MoreSee Less

The Lower Shore American Job Center will be closed on Monday October 14,2019.

The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services will be at the Lower Shore American Job Center today at 9am until 3:30pm! Come out and hear about the opportunity to become a correctional Officer! ... See MoreSee Less

The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services will be at the Lower Shore American Job Center today at 9am until 3:30pm! Come out and hear about the opportunity to become a correctional Officer!

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), an annual opportunity to honor and recognize the contributions workers with disabilities make to America’s workplaces and economy. This year's theme is “The Right Talent, Right Now.” ... See MoreSee Less

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), an annual opportunity to honor and recognize the contributions workers with disabilities make to America’s workplaces and economy. This years theme is “The Right Talent, Right Now.”
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