CSM Hosts Career Starters Open Houses–with Benefits

Four Scholarships to be Awarded for Non-Credit Training Programs

Charles County

CSM Career Starters Open House. 4 to 6 p.m., Jan. 11, La Plata Campus, Center for Business and Industry, Room BI-113, 8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata. The College of Southern Maryland is hosting a Career Starters program open house to introduce its slate of non-credit training courses for people who want to kick start a new career in business, construction, early childhood, healthcare, hospitality, information technology, transportation or veterinary medicine in 10 to 16 weeks. Career Starter programs offer training and classes in short sequences for students to gain skills quickly to enter the workforce. During the open house, prospective students can meet with a program coordinator and instructors from each career field, learn about financial assistance options and register for classes. 301-934-7765 or www.csmd.edu/CareerStarters.

 

CSM Career Starters Open House at Center for Trades and Energy Training.  4 to 6 p.m., Jan. 13, CSM Center for Trades and Energy Training, 17 Irongate Drive, Waldorf. The College of Southern Maryland is hosting a Career Starters program open house to introduce its slate of non-credit training courses for people who want to kick start a new career in business, construction, early childhood, healthcare, hospitality, information technology, transportation or veterinary medicine in 10 to 16 weeks. Career Starter programs offer training and classes in short sequences for students to gain skills quickly to enter the workforce. During the open house, prospective students can meet with a program coordinator and instructors from each career field, learn about financial assistance options and register for classes. 301-934-7765 or www.csmd.edu/CareerStarters.

 

St. Mary’s County

CSM Career Starters Open House. 4 to 6 p.m., Jan. 6, Leonardtown Campus, A Building, Auditorium, 22950 Hollywood Road, Leonardtown. The College of Southern Maryland is hosting a Career Starters program open house to introduce its slate of non-credit training courses for people who want to kick start a new career in business, construction, early childhood, healthcare, hospitality, information technology, transportation or veterinary medicine in 10 to 16 weeks. Career Starter programs offer training and classes in short sequences for students to gain skills quickly to enter the workforce. During the open house, prospective students can meet with a program coordinator and instructors from each career field, learn about financial assistance options and register for classes. 240-725-5499, Ext. 7765 or www.csmd.edu/CareerStarters.

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