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American Job Center Partner Newsletter

Dear AJC Largo Partners,

I am excited to offer to the team the January edition of our monthly newsletter! January 2022 brings a great start to a year of collaboration, coordination, and the consistency of a strategic workforce development operation. Through our updates, upcoming workshops, scheduled events, and workforce activities, we will continue to provide opportunities for growth in all areas to supply businesses with qualified candidates and the job seeker with resources and career pathways. Remember, in our collective efforts in Prince George’s County we partner to create value, equality, and equity to sustain our Workforce Development and propel productivity through innovative ways to gain access to services.

The AJC Newsletter will go out on the 15th of the month. Please forward or submit your highlights, accomplishments, success stories and plans for the existing and the upcoming by the 12th of the month.

Thank you, Maryland Department of Labor, for your job development, thank you Prince Georges County Workforce Development Board for your leadership, thank you Employ Prince Georges for your administration, and thank you partners for your communication, teamwork, and provision.


Angela Smith

One Stop Manager

January 17th - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day !


The impact Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had on the world is everlasting. His leadership, strength, resilience, compassion and determination is inspiring and felt across the nation. His passion for change, justice and the equality for all helped to shape our current culture and the values we all share today.

As we take the day to remember Dr. King, his beliefs and his many accomplishments, we can also remember to follow in his footsteps the remaining days of the year. As workforce development professionals, we too have the opportunity to make a change in our community.

"Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle."

- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


The Denney House MLK Day of Service

Community Clean-Up

The Denney House, Inc is joining thousands of organizations around the country as they honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by coming together to serve. 

Temperatures will be taken and COVID-19 social distancing procedures will be followed.

Please see the details below:

Date: January 17, 2022

Time: 10am to 2pm

Place: Henson Creek Park - Temple Hills, MD

If you are interested and would like to register, please click HERE!

Customer Training & Workshops

Our American Job Center Partners continue to offer workshops and training opportunities online. If you have another workshop you would like to offer please email to add it to our list!

Visit the Events Calendar Here!

Don't see your training or workshop? Email and we'll help to get your services added to the calendar!

Prince George's County COVID-19

Testing Locations

Health Department COVID-19 Testing

The Prince George’s County Health Department offers FREE rapid tests and PCR testing. Residents may pick up take-home rapid test kits at distribution sites across the County or get tested at sites via rapid or PCR test. Patients do not need an appointment unless otherwise noted (see testing site locations table below).

Patients do not need a doctor’s prescription or insurance to get tested, however, you must present identification. There will be no questions about immigration status at any of our testing sites. If you have health insurance, you must present your insurance card. Testing is provided free of charge (no out-of-pocket cost or co-payment regardless of insurance).

Please click HERE! for a list of testing sites.


Prince Georges

Community College


We have decided to shine the spotlight on our PGCC partner this month. We thank them for all they do to to assist PG county residents in bettering their education and fine tuning their professional skills. Keep up the great work!

Prince George’s Community College’s Adult Education program offers basic skills classes*, high school diploma preparation classes, drop-in staffed computer lab, one-on-one literacy tutoring, ESL classes for English language learners, family literacy, career pathways programming, and advising/navigation for post-secondary education & training. Classes are held at nearly 20 instructional centers throughout the county as well as some services at the college’s Largo campus, University Town Center and the Laurel College Center.

Contact Information:

Phone number: 301-546-7422

Address: 301 Largo Road Largo, MD 20774



Industry Initiatives TALC recruiting for Stand Up and Deliver Program

The transportation and Logistics Consortium is recruiting for their new Stand Up and Deliver Program.

The positions available are Warehouse Workers and Warehouse Leads

The salary for the Warehouse Worker is $15/per hour & The Warehouse Lead is $20/per hour. The employees will be working 35/hrs per week and for up to 6 months.

This opportunity is geared towards returning citizens and 18-24 year olds who are unemployed and not in school.

If you know of anyone who meets the requirements and are interested, please have them call 301-618-8445.

American Job Center Largo

1801 McCormick Dr.

Largo, MD 20774



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