Welcome to the February edition of the HOC Newsletter. This month we are proud to share important news, information, and opportunities from HOC and our local county partners. Click here to discover events during the month of February throughout Montgomery County that celebrate Black History Month.


Housing Fundamentals Workshop

This virtual class combines strategies and resources to help you successfully maintain your housing and learn tips from veteran housing professionals.

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After School Activity Clubs

Sign up today for fun and educational activity clubs for students in grades 3-5.

Clubs are located at various sites in Montgomery County.

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Fatherhood Information Sessions

The Fatherhood Initiative Program is designed to help fathers find careers and improve their skills in a supportive dad-focused environment. Attend an information session to learn what this program can do for you.

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FSS Information Sessions

The Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS) is a career development program designed specifically to help you and your family grow and achieve. Register today and discover the new changes happening at FSS.

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Financial Literacy Workshops

Join HOC's Financial Literacy Program and take charge of your financial future with our virtual coaching sessions.

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County Resources Workshop

Discover new and helpful resources available for you and your family in Montgomery County and at HOC.

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Day of Drones

Join HOC Academy in a fun day of games, robots and prizes designed for middle & high school students.

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Workforce Development Program

New career opportunities are available here for current HOC customers. 

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Maryland State Online Employment Center

Discover new career opportunities this year with the state of Maryland.

Montgomery County Department of Recreation

If you are looking for a place where you can share your passion and enthusiasm for recreation and make a difference then the Montgomery County Department of Recreation is the place for you.

Montgomery County Government (MCG)

MCG employs over 10,000 people in more than 30 departments and agencies dedicated to public service excellence. Launch your career at MCG: a premier place to work.

Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS)

MCPS is looking for compassionate and dedicated educational professionals to support our more than 166,000 diverse students and 211 world class schools. Apply today so that you can be part of one of the highest performing school systems in the nation!

Job Seeker Services - Workforce Development & Adult Learning

Discover employment assistance specifically designed to help job seekers that are veterans, individuals with disabilities, seniors, youth, and much more!


Montgomery County Summer Camps 2024

Montgomery County Recreation offers

a wide variety of exciting summer

programs throughout the County with

an emphasis on safety, convenience,

affordability and most of all fun.

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Pantry Donation Pick Up Events

Emmanuel Brinklow Seventh Day Adventist Church is hosting a first-come, first-serve food distribution. Registration is required to attend this event. Register for your pick-up by calling: 301-774-0400.

Free Tax Preparation | English | Spanish|

Montgomery County residents with household incomes of less than $64,000 are eligible for free individual services.

Gilchrist Immigrant Resource Center

The Gilchrist Center is a gateway for Montgomery County's immigrants. Our center provides information and referrals to programs and services offered by government agencies and community organizations.

Community Engagement & Consultation Group

Community Engagement & Consultation Group Inc is a non-profit organization with a 501c (3) status that vows to build communities, businesses & other nonprofits by executing agendas through mobilization and capacity building.

County Resources for Seniors

Find out all of the outstanding opportunities available to Montgomery County residents over the age of 50. 

Pro Bono Program (Bar Foundation of Montgomery County)

If you need a lawyer but cannot afford one you may be able to get free legal help from volunteer attorneys through the Pro Bono Program.

Workforce Development and Continuing Education

The Workforce Development and Continuing Education (WDCE) programs at Montgomery College provide a wide range of noncredit and credit educational offerings and services designed to meet the needs of county residents and businesses.

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