May 2023: Job Journal

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Job Journal




Summer jobs can be a great way to boost income or gain a new skill. By Indeed Editorial Team.


Trade school and college are great options; understanding their differences may help you decide which is right for you.


Learn what it takes to work in the construction industry for FREE.


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Employee Spot Light

The purpose of an employee spotlight is to celebrate the great staff at Lower Shore America Job Center and showcase firsthand stories about our workplace. This month, we would like to introduce an employee, Smith Saint Louis, employed with Telamon Corporation within the American Job Center. Read her inspiring story here!

1.What do you like most about the work you do here?

I like that my work changes lives. An entire household/family may experience a better quality of life if I work with the customer successfully.

2. What is the most exciting/interesting/challenging project you’ve worked on here?

My colleagues and I developed and taught a pre-CDL course with ESL components. We aimed to create a foundational course, preparing the group to participate in structured CDL training effectively and increasing their chances of earning first-time credentials. Half the group reached their CDl class B permit and worked with our provider on passing the license portion.

3. How long have you been with the Telamon Corporation?

Since August 2019.


I have a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and plan to be a case manager or psychologist. However, I spent the first five years of college in the event planning/ catering industry. After serving as the Food Service Manager for Telamon for about two years, the COVID pandemic made it difficult for Telamon to continue its food service program. I was offered a Workforce Development Specialist (WDS) in the National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) once the food service program ended.

I continue to focus on my career plans and will continue to be an anchor or bridge to my community, specifically those with barriers.


I am in an environment that was created to be a solution. To help connect individuals to resources. As Telamon employees, we are here to maximize results.

7. What is one thing that you wish people knew about your job?

Quality takes time and a lot of (wo)man hours. I understand numbers keep us in business, but servicing our customers with barriers sometimes requires telling some people “wait” so we are able to focus on those we are already working with. I understand this is not possible for all our partners.

8. What was your dream job or profession when you were a kid?

I saw myself as an educator or psychologist.

How did you get started in the industry? 5. What drew you to apply for this position and why? .What do you enjoy most about working at Telamon within the American Job Center?

Thank you Smith Saint Louis, you have done an excellent job at Telamon. We are so proud of you!

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25 Fantastic Summer Jobs to Consider

While many people work full time year-round, others have jobs that are only temporary during a particular season.

One of the most common seasons for specialty work is in the summer, when many people are out of school or have more time for additional work. Summer jobs can be a great way to boost income or gain a new skill.

Seasonal jobs are short-term positions that often recur every year. While many industries offer seasonal jobs for the winter, fall and spring, summer jobs are the most common. Summer jobs are popular for students, both in high school and college, teachers and other professionals who might have fewer hours over the summer months.

Many summer jobs are outdoors or involve summer-specific activities, which is a benefit for those who enjoy working in the sun. They're also a excellent way to make new professional connections, maintain steady employment and expand your skill set.

If you're looking for a summer position to build your resume, fill an employment gap or earn extra money, consider one of these 25 summer jobs:

1. Camp counselor

Primary Duties: Camp counselors oversee camp activities, manage conflict resolution between campers, provide educational lessons and sometimes monitor the campers overnight.

2. Ride operator

Primary Duties: Ride operators work in theme parks, amusement parks or water parks and handle the mechanics of the ride, ensure riders follow safety instructions and report any misconduct or issues with the ride to management.


3. Concessions worker

Primary Duties: Concessions workers often work in sports stadiums or during other major summer events and perform tasks like running the cash register, preparing food and handling customer issues.

4. Car wash attendant

Primary Duties: Car wash attendants can work at a mechanical car wash where they ensure the car's safety as it travels through the wash bay or hand wash the interior and exterior of vehicles independently.

5. Housekeeper

Primary Duties: Housekeeper's job duties often include regular home maintenance like dusting, sweeping and removing trash and occasional work like deep cleaning appliances or baseboards. Some housekeepers also manage household tasks like laundry and grocery shopping.

. 6. Barista

Primary Duties: Baristas take customer orders, make coffee- and tea-based drinks and serve customers food and snacks.

. 7. Lifeguard

Primary Duties: Lifeguards can work at pools or water parks and must devote their attention to watching the water. They're responsible for the safety of every visitor to the pool.

8. Parking attendant

Primary Duties: Parking attendants often monitor parking lots, collect money from patrons and report any misconduct to supervisors.


Food service worker

Primary Duties: Food service workers perform job duties like taking food orders from customers, preparing dishes or meals, managing customers at the drivethrough and cleaning the dining area.

10. Retail sales associate

Primary Duties: Retail sales associates assist customers, answer questions, keep the products organized, manage the cash register and handle product returns.

11. Gardener

Primary Duties: Gardeners, also called landscapers, weed gardens, mow lawns, trim bushes and trees and water or apply pesticides to the lawn and garden as needed.

12. Pet sitter

Primary Duties: Pet sitters watch pets for their owners while they're at work or out of town. Duties include walking dogs, feeding pets and performing basic grooming as needed.

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Not getting any interviews? Have your résumé reviewed by a Job Service Specialist to discuss up to date résumé ideas and formatting tips to get your résumé to the top of the pile.

Job Search Techniques

If you are frustrated from navigating through endless job boards, social networking sites and piles of newspapers, we can help you mainstream your job search and learn to focus on finding the right job.

Interviewing Tips

Learn how to get prepared for your upcoming interview and how to best answer questions about employment gaps, terminations and other sticking points that can be tricky, and what questions you need to ask the employer.

Labor Market Consultation

Explore resources that will help you to research careers, industries and find information about specific occupations. By utilizing the most up-to-date labor market information available for salaries, job outlook and training, we can help you make decisions that are more informed in your job search.

Effective Online Job Applications

We can assist you through the sometimes-complicated process of completing online applications from setting up an email account to copy and pasting your résumé into the application.

Job Skills Identification

Finding transferrable job skills while changing careers can be difficult, we can help you explore your experience and learn how to translate those skills to another field

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There are many resources for job seekers from getting funding to go back to school to veteran services to computer training, ask how the One-Stop can help you in finding your next career.

Ask Us to Design a Custom Consultation to Meet Your Needs

Meet one on one with a Job Service Specialist to further discuss problems you are encountering during your job search and how to overcome them with confidence.

Maryland’s American Job Center networks are an equal opportunity employer/program committed to diversity in the workplace We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability. Auxiliary aids, interpreter services, and reasonable accommodations are available upon request at local American Job Centers

Adult Education

Individuals can enroll in classes to increase their basic reading, math, and writing skills or learn the English Language, prepare for the GED® tests, and increase their readiness for work or job advancement. Instruction is available for anyone over age 18 who is not currently enrolled in high school. Classes are offered in all Maryland counties and Baltimore City. Follow the link to locate classes in your area.

Federal support for adult instructional services is provided by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act which creates a partnership with states to jointly fund the Adult Education activities Maryland

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MAC’s new Care Provider Training Program. It is a FREE 5-week training, teaching basic care provider skills. Topics to be covered are Alzheimer’s and dementia education, CPR and First Aid certification, communication strategies, fall prevention, medication awareness and more. Included in the program is a work experience for the participant to get hands-on experience with clients, resume building, job coaching and possible job placement assistance. Upon successful completion of the training, participants will have earned required Alzheimer’s and dementia training hours, CPR & First Aid certification and the basic skills to become a care provider.

This training is available for Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset County residents. While our target population is 50+ years, we are also able to include some participants who are 18 years and up. In addition, applicants are required to pass a background screening, which is conducted by MAC.

We are currently accepting applications for our next training session which begins May 8, 2023. Classes are Monday-Thursday, 9am-1pm. All training will take place at MAC, Inc. in Salisbury, with the exception of 2 days at the Lower Shore American Job Center.

If you have any questions, I can be reached at 410-742-0505 ext. 165 or at twainwright@macinc org.

Hello everyone, on behalf of myself, Expert Wire and Arctic Heating and Air, we’d like to invite you all to our 2nd Annual Explore the Trades night on Tuesday May 2nd. We will have food, games, prizes, and most importantly – an opportunity to learn about a career in the skilled trades of plumbing, HVAC and electrical.

Some of you were there last year, and we hope to see you again! We have a flyer attached with more details, and we are also hoping to deliver some flyers to some of you over the coming weeks so we can begin to spread the word.

Who is invited?

Everyone! Graduating seniors, students, children (last year we had a very impressive 12 year old who can’t wait to get into a trade), adults, parents, anyone interested in the trades or looking to learn more.

What is this event about?

Giving students, parents, and everyone else an opportunity to learn about what a career in the skilled trades would look like. We will have technicians, apprentices, and van tours for ALL three trades. The event will be held at our office so you will also have a chance to see our plumbing skills lab.


Why should we care?

For every 3 people retiring from the skilled trades, only 1 is entering. If we don’t start to get more people involved (starting with kids), and break the ‘blue-collar’ stereotypes, our whole world is in trouble. It’s THESE trades that set us apart in the US from 3rd world countries. Without clean drinking water, proper sanitation, electricity, and heating/cooling in our homes, our lives would look a whole lot different! Not to mention the trades are an amazing career path, with no student debt and great earnings potential.

Who is invited?

Giving students, parents, and everyone else an opportunity to learn about what a career in the skilled trades would look like. We will have technicians, apprentices, and van tours for ALL three trades. The event will be held at our office so you will also have a chance to see our plumbing skills lab.


We can’t crush the stereotypes, educate the world on the trades, and change the course of this MASSIVE skilled labor shortage without each and every one of you! It would be greatly appreciated if you could take 1-2 minutes out of your day to pass this along, or shoot me an email and we can deliver you some flyers. We are also more than happy to come to YOU and get in front of students to discuss the trades any time.

If you have any questions, please reach out. Thank you for your time!


Fundamentals of Construction Class


Orientation and Interviews will be on May 15th

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Applications will be accepted April 10 - May 12, 2023


Dates: May 23rd, 24th and 25th

Agenda: Introduction/Resume Assistance/Employability Skills Development

Location: Lower Shore American Job Center, 31901 Tri-County Way, Salisbury, MD

Dates: May 30th and May 31st

Agenda: OSHA 10 Trainings*

Location: TBA

Dates: June 1st and June 6th

Agenda: Construction Math, Tape Measure Training, Introduction to Blueprints Location: Lower Shore American Job Center, 31901 Tri-County Way, Salisbury, MD

Dates: June 7th and 8th

Agenda: First Aid and CPR*, Ladder Safety and Fall Protection*, Lift Safety*

Location: TBA

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Fundamentals of Construction Class


Orientation and Interviews will be on May 15th

Lower Shore American Job Center

31901 Tri-County Way, Salisbury, MD

Dates: June 13th, 14th and 15th

Agenda: Power Tool Use and Safety and Class Project Build

Location: Lower Shore American Job Center, 31901 Tri-County Way, Salisbury, MD

Dates: June 16th

Agenda: Graduation and Employer Meet and Greet

Location: Lower Shore American Job Center, 31901 Tri-County Way, Salisbury, MD

PPE will be given to the students on the first day of class

The certification costs will be at no cost to the student. A boot voucher will be awarded to the graduates upon completion of the class.

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Become self-sufficient during lean times. In partnership with the National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP), Telamon provides services that educate, train, or prepare eligible farmworkers for other jobs. Our trained staff members work one on one with you to develop a plan to meet your needs and help you achieve your goals. The programs can help you identify career paths and assess your skills and interests.

You can also turn to Telamon for help finding work through on-thejob training, local market information, and job placements. Bilingual services are available in many of our offices.

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Vehicles for Change is the nation’s largest affordable car ownership program. We take donated vehicles, and repair them to our quality standards and award them for as little as $950 to families who are living with a lack of transportation.

Those vehicles grant access to higher-paying jobs, fresh, nutritious foods, and better health. Our vehicle ownership program allows recipients to build credit which opens doors for home ownership.

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When you're looking for a new job, many of your applications will be completed online either directly on an employer website or via a job board. Before you start job searching, you should first prepare to complete online job applications. It requires gathering all the information you'll need to apply. It will be easier to get your applications in if you have all the employment information employers want on hand.

Review the best sites to look for jobs, how to upload your resume and cover letter, the information you'll need to provide, and tips on how to streamline the application process.

1. What You Need to Apply

To apply for a job online and to complete online job applications, you'll need Internet access, an email address to use for job searching, an up-to-date resume, a cover letter for some jobs, your employment history, and your availability to work if you're applying for a part-time job. Also, as part of the job application process, you may need to take an online employment test and be prepared to provide employment

2. Get Your Resume Ready

Before you start looking for jobs and completing online job applications, you'll need an updated version of your resume ready to upload. You may also need a cover letter to apply for some jobs. Make sure your resume includes your current contact information and work history. Save your resume as yournameresume.doc, rather than with a generic file name like "resume." This way, the hiring manager will connect you with the resume when they review it.

Have a basic cover letter ready that you can customize for each job you apply to. You should always include a cover letter when applying for a job unless the job listing specifically says not to.

Some sites let you upload an existing resume from Microsoft Word on your computer with the click of a button. Sometimes you will be asked to convert the document to a PDF or other kind of file. On other sites, you may need to copy and paste your resume into an online profile or use a resume builder that is incorporated into the job application system.

3. Know Your Employment History

Have the details of your employment history read. Online application system typically ask for the same information, educational background, and employment history including job titles, starting and ending dates of employment, and salary for each position.


4. Review Sample Job Application Forms

Download a sample job application form and complete it before you start your online applications. Print and fill it out, so you know exactly what information you will need to enter when you apply for jobs online. Use the completed sample job application as a guide when you're completing your job applications.

5. Create Accounts on Job Site

Some job boards and company websites require users to create an account when they apply for jobs. It's a good idea to start your online job search by creating an account on at least one of the major job boards including Monster, CareerBuilder, and Dice for tech jobs. If you're seeking a professional position, it's also important to create a profile on LinkedIn.

To create an account, you'll need to register with a current email address so that your account can be confirmed. Your username will either be your email address or a name you select. You'll be able to choose a password for your account. Some sites allow job seekers to register with their Facebook or LinkedIn information. On those sites, you'll able to use your Facebook or LinkedIn username and password to access the site. You may also be able to import your employment history from the site you use to connect.

6. Post Your Resume or a Candidate Profile

Online Most jobs sites provide a system for job seekers to post a resume online. After you upload your resume, you'll be able to use it to quickly apply for jobs on the site. Depending on the site, you'll be able to make your resume viewable for employers which will give your job search extra exposure

6. Post Your Resume or a Candidate Profile

Online Most jobs sites provide a system for job seekers to post a resume online. After you upload your resume, you'll be able to use it to quickly apply for jobs on the site. Depending on the site, you'll be able to make your resume viewable for employers which will give your job search extra exposure

7. Use Job Search Keywords

When you look for jobs online, the most effective way to search is to use job keywords to find jobs in the career fields and industries you are interested in. Keywords can be more effective than using the predefined search options in the job banks because they search the entire listing (job description, job title, contact information, etc.) for the keyword(s) that you use. Create a list of job search keywords that reflect your job interests, including the location where you want to work, type of position, industry, etc.

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