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American Job Center Partner Newsletter

Dear AJC Largo Partners,

We're excited to offer you the September edition of our monthly newsletter! As in the past, it’s our intention to use this newsletter as an opportunity for partners to share program updates, workshops, events and workforce activities that we should collectively be aware of on a local, state and national level. As Workforce Ambassadors in Prince George’s County, we must communicate effectively and work together to make smart and intentional referrals, increase program engagement and ultimately, promote a quality workforce system that's effective for our job seekers. 

This newsletter is being created for you, and your input will only make it better as time goes on. I can’t promise I will share everything, but I would love to share things that your agency has done or is planning to do in the upcoming month. Event highlights and customer success stories are welcome! The AJC Newsletter will generally go out on the 15th of every month, except holidays or weekends.

Thank you for remaining an engaged and invested partner of the American Job Center. See you soon!


Ricardo Washington

One Stop Manager


We as Workforce development professionals provide our customers with the skills, training and tools they need to gain employment. Our job is not always easy but it is definitely worth it. As you continue through the month of September, take a moment to congratulate yourself and your colleagues for a job well done. Let's keep up the great work team !

If you have a moment, take a look at the short article below, explaining the history of Workforce Development Month.

Click here for the article !



Many people across the nation were impacted by the events from 9/11. Although it's been 20 years, we all have vivid memories of that day and the aftermath that followed. As we look back and remember the lives lost, we can also remember how we all came together to grieve, heal and move forward. We can remember that, no matter the circumstance, we will pull through together.

Here is an article commemorating 9/11

Click here to read the article

Customer Training & Workshops

Did you know that our American Job Center Partners continue to offer workshops and training opportunities online?

Visit the Events Calendar Here!

Don't see your training or workshop? Email [email protected] and we'll help to get your services added to the calendar.


The Maryland Workforce Association's 2022 Raising the Bar Event is already set! Save the date! Next Year's conference will be held IN PERSON from September 12, 2022 to September 14, 2022 at the LIVE! Hotel in Hanover, MD. 

If you would like to receive more information please email [email protected]. Block off the date in your calendars now, so you don't miss this event!

Represent Prince George's County and attend next year's conference!

View more information here!


The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), also known as Title V, provides part-time work-based training opportunities at local community service agencies for older Prince Georgians who have poor employment prospects and are unemployed.

In 2020, 9.7 million older adults were living in poverty. SCSEP is the only federal job training program focused exclusively to provide jobs and training to low-income older adults 55 and older.


SCSEP would welcome referrals from its AJC Partner agencies. To qualify, individuals must:

  • Be a resident of Prince George's County
  • Legally Eligible to work in the US
  • Be at least 55 years old
  • Have an income that does not exceed 125 percent of the federal poverty level.


SCSEP is offering a new virtual training series! Project HIRE is a six part training series that provides participants with marketable skills that will help them land their next job. The trainings are FREE and open to ALL PERSONS who are interested in learning. 

At the end of each training, participants have an opportunity to receive a certificate of completion for attending. The goal of Project HIRE is to continue to strengthen new and existing skills amongst participants.  

American Job Center Largo

1801 McCormick Dr.

Largo, MD 20774


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