September 2023 Job Journal

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Job Journal


Find a career path, part-time or fulltime work.


In an effort to help those out there struggling with your current job AND finding a new one.


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September 2023
CONTENTS IN THIS ISSUE Welcome Letter Publisher's Letter Employee Spotlight What is the future of work? Career Readiness Word Puzzle MWE JOB Information Youth Services Lower Shore Workforce Alliance Adult Education Services & Career Trainings Telamon On-The-Job Training & Apprenticeship Department of Rehabilitation Legal Services Job Fairs & Resource Fair Job Opportunities 31901 Tri-County Way, Suite 215 Salisbury, MD 21804 To subscribe to the JOB JOURNAL email request to Shatter The Sigma Walk Free Spay and Neuter Services for Owned Pets Happy Hangout Day Vehicle for Change Mass Back to School Immunization Clinics Lead4Life Dress For Success Power of Expression -Center for Healthy Communities Lower Shore Vulnerable Populations Task Force

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Maryland Department of Labor


Secretary Wu recently visited the American Job Center in Salisbury, one of the largest centers in the state The Lower Shore American Job Center and its workforce partners, Lower Shore Workforce Alliance and Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland serve residents and small businesses in Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester counties. This unique collaboration provides access to job search resources, and participants can also access transportation and childcare to support their professional pursuits while on-site at the AJC

Job seekers and employers can benefit from mobile services and in-person services like industry training programs, self-paced digital literacy classes and IT certifications, résumé preparation, recruitment assistance, and virtual training simulations for businesses looking to employ locally for leading local sectors

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Pictured here are members of the LSWA and MDL Team posing in front of our AJC Mobile Unit with Secretary Wu herself! (Bonnie Nay, Julianna Allen, Leslie PorterCabell, Secretary Portia Wu, Greg Padgham, Jorge DeJesus Jr , Darrin Pruitt)


Traveling to a better community is definitely a "shore" thing."

Employee Spot Light

The purpose of an employee spotlight is to celebrate the great staff at Lower Shore American Job Center and showcase firsthand stories about our workplace. This month, we would like to introduce an employee, William Kenney from the Lower Shore Workforce Alliance at the American Job Center.

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

We have the power to transform people's lives, lifting them from dead-end jobs to positions that positively impact the lives of those around them.

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

One of the most exhilarating aspects of my job is the vast array of folks I encounter. The most captivating aspect is the abundance of avenues accessible to those who aspire to improve themselves. Prompting folks to venture beyond their comfort zone and embrace new challenges is the most demanding aspect of my work.

3. How long have you been with Maryland Workforce Exchange inside the American Job Center?

Just a little over a year

4. How did you get started in the industry?

I am lucky that two individuals were willing to give me an opportunity. From that moment on, I hit the ground running.

5. What drew you to apply for this position and why?

Helping people has always been my passion. After thoroughly examining the responsibilities of the role, I realized that the opportunity offered could significantly impact people's lives.

6.What do you enjoy most about working in your department?

My team is fantastic. We work together to remove any obstacles hindering people who want to change.

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

Giving brings greater happiness than receiving. For those who seek a new career, there are countless opportunities available. This is one of my best jobs I ever had.

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

I have always been fascinated by the act of creation. If I had my choice, I would have pursued a career as a volcanologist.

We greatly appreciate your dedication to providing outstanding customer service. It's an absolute pleasure to work with you. We will see you around in town on the mobile Thank you for everything

FREE t-shirt & water bottles to the 1st 150 people who register! Walker Registration for the Shatter the Stigma Walk is now OPEN! This is a family friendly event with a one mile walk. Join us at Wor-Wic Community College for refreshments, resources, music, dancing, fun and inspirational speakers! Please click this link to register: Jc4HaKccKF6


We are in training, where attention to detail is key. "MECHANIC SHOW ME YOUR HANDS," as they reveal the dedication of Nick Mills (General Service Technician), who possesses a profound love for fine automobiles.

The hands, a testament to the HARD WORK, signify those who are tirelessly grinding. Full Circle embodies an experience that offers second chances, completing the cycle.

Hiring inquiry:

Lead4Life, Inc. (L4L) was established in 2008 to decrease the number of young people entering the juvenile justice system and reduce instances of out-ofhome placements and youth recidivism rates in our neighboring communities.

We have created programs that employ restorative justice, strength-based models, trauma-informed approaches, client-centered practices, and community service initiatives.

Lead4Life, Inc. has expanded its service delivery on the Eastern Shore to provide innovative services to the most vulnerable populations in the community.

Our recent addition of a drop-in location caters to the needs of our participants and reduces barriers to help them achieve their goals.

You have been kindly invited to participate in the Walk With Me & 5K Run event in Salisbury on September 16th. The purpose of this event is to collect funds that will support Children's Therapy services within the Salisbury community. All funds raised will be used exclusively for the local community.

The event will feature a walk, a 5K run, delicious food, and raffles. The Salisbury Elks Lodge #817 will be hosting the event and volunteers are also needed.

If you are interested in participating, please visit

Thank you for your support!

Event Name: 3rd Annual FYP Sneaker Ball

Date: September 16, 2023

Time: 7:00 pm

Location: SU Downtown Art Gallery

Join us for the most anticipated event of the year - the 2023 Sneakerball Annual Fundraiser! Lace up your favorite sneakers and get ready to celebrate an unforgettable night of style, philanthropy, and fun.

Step onto the red carpet in your finest attire paired with your trendiest sneakers as we gather for a remarkable cause. The 2023 Sneakerball Annual Fundraiser is an evening dedicated to supporting the Fenix Youth Project's mission of providing resources and housing to our area's homeless youth.

Indulge in a delectable selection of culinary delights prepared by Salisbury University Dining. From mouthwatering food, and drinks to quench any thirst, your taste buds are in for a treat.

Connect with like-minded individuals, community leaders, and philanthropists who share a passion for making a positive change. Expand your network and build meaningful relationships while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere.

Participate in various fundraising initiatives throughout the event, including donation stations, raffles, and pledge drives. Every contribution brings us one step closer to achieving our fundraising goal.

Join us at the 2023 Sneakerball Annual Fundraiser and help us make a lasting impact on our community. Together, we can create positive change and empower those in need. Reserve your tickets now and be a part of this unforgettable evening!


Are you struggling to pay your electric and home heating bills in Worcester County?

The Energy Assistance Program offered by SHORE UP can provide you with the necessary help. You can visit our two locations in Worcester County to apply or gather more information.

We are open in Berlin from 8:30-5:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and in Snow Hill/Newark on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Come visit us and discover how we can assist you with your utility bills.


Child Care Scholarship (CCS)

The Child Care Scholarship (CCS) Program provides financial assistance with child care costs to eligible working families in Maryland.

Families in the following income categories may be eligible for a Child Care Scholarship: (Updated August 1, 2018)

For more details, go to:

Applying for a Child Care Scholarship is quicker and easier than ever!

The Child Care Scholarship (CCS) (formerly known as Child Care Subsidy) program helps eligible families in Maryland pay for high-quality child care and early education programs. The program is managed through a centralized vendor -- Child Care Scholarship Central 2 (CCS Central 2)

The new Fast Track Child Care Scholarship application process shortens your wait to three (3) business days to get help with child care expenses and 60 days of child care assistance while your Child Care Scholarship application is processed, if you are eligible!

If eligible, Scholarships are available for:

a child who is younger than 13, or an individual 13-19 years old who has a qualifying disability.


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7 Things No One Told Me About Job Hunting in 2023

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that getting a new job is hard, and harder than ever these days even though supposedly “no one wants to work” anymore.

I started looking for a new job in earnest in early later summer 2022. Clients were slashing budgets, which meant slashing agency headcounts, and I’d already survived three hiring frenzies and eventual layoffs in the three years, and two more layoff rounds would follow in the subsequent six months I was grateful for the job security, but I’d also been doing the work of 2 5 people for nearly two years with no relief in sight My job was making me physically ill and deeply impacting my previously well-managed mental health. It was the first time I’ve ever seriously considered quitting a job with no backup in place, and in hindsight, maybe I should have so I could have focused on job hunting like the full-time job it is

The big tech company layoffs were happening by the tens of thousands right around this time too, which, I must say, was intimidating as hell as a mid-level marketing professional in flyover country

But I didn’t fully realize just how many months, resumes, interviews, ghostings, and rejections I’d have to deal with while I searched. It had never taken me more than a month or two sometimes just weeks to score a new gig before This search took me six months and had me feeling demoralized, dejected and worthless after the just first six weeks.

So in an effort to help those of y’all out there struggling with your current job AND finding a new one, here’s what I learned while applying to more than 300 jobs of all kinds across a wide array of industries between August 2022 and April 2023:

1. Go For Quality Over Quantity.

LinkedIn makes it seem so simple. Just one click and boom! you get that dopamine rush that comes with feeling productive and proactive, in charge of your destiny. Strong resume, clear profile, can’t lose right? I fell into this trap within the first couple of months; every day my goal was to send out five applications and I usually ended up going down a frenzied rabbit hole Easy Apply-ing to any job that sounded vaguely interesting that I barely qualified for.

7 Things No One Told Me About Job Hunting in 2023

I say it to you now, dear reader, with my whole entire chest: don’t do that I quickly ended up losing track of positions I’d applied to, sometimes accidentally re-applying for a role I’d already been rejected from. As tempting as it is to play the numbers game on LinkedIn, you are most definitely NOT the only person with that strategy No matter how desperate you are, take your time and read through the entire job description, research the company (especially if it’s some random startup with a deliberately misspelled name you’ve never heard of) and then take your time to really craft your application elements Which leads us to

2. Customize, Personalize & Optimize…Every Time.

It’s tedious and annoying, but you can’t get away with sending the same resume and a form cover letter with a few tweaks anymore (just trust me on this one). When you’ve found a role that sounds interesting, that fits at least some of your desired criteria, and that you can make a good case for yourself, take the time to personalize both your cover letter AND your resume for your application

It’s okay to start with a template, but make sure your CV reflects how your experience meets the employer’s needs AND why you think you’d be the best person for the role Utilize key phrases from the job description and requirements to help any automatic searchers or AI tools make a clearer connection to your profile and the posting.

On your resume, play up your roles and accomplishments, any “extracurriculars” you had at certain jobs, volunteer work, etc If you’ve had a lot of jobs in a lot of different industries (hi, fellow ADHD professionals!), this can be especially frustrating, but seriously it makes a difference.

3. “Hybrid” and “Remote” Have Different Meanings Now.

In case you haven’t noticed, companies are trying to dial back on remote work, which is bonkers to me because if your business survived and/or thrived between March 2020 through the end of 2022 with remote workers, then guess what: they don’t need to come back to the office for your business to be successful. I just can’t grok the mental gymnastics it takes for CEOs (who let’s be honest, don’t do much “work” anyway) and other executives to seriously believe that people are really going to go back to offices 40 hours a week

So be advised, job seekers, that “hybrid” on most job posts now just means “hybrid (within [blank] metro area)”. And by the same measure, “remote” now basically means “fully remote 100% of the time ” This was one of the more confusing and frustrating aspects of job searching for me I don’t want to be fully remote and I also don’t want to be in an office 9–5 every day. If you’re not within a 30-minute drive of the area where your potential employer is located, you’ll probably get breezed right over At my most paranoid, I believed it was because I live in Kentucky,

a state that even Midwestern metropolitan organizations prefer to mock instead of hire from, unless they’re based here (and sometimes, even still). I have no concrete evidence of this, but what can I say? I was desperate.

4. You Absolutely WILL Get Ghosted.

I applied for 300+ jobs in six months, and for more than half of them, I received radio silence Even after I wised up on quality over quantity, I’m still getting rejection emails from companies I applied to months ago. It does seem that that larger corporations are more likely to at least send you a rejection note eventually, even if applied for a job they posted back in 2022. One of the few good things about automation in hiring, I guess?

Getting through multiple rounds of interviews

doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get an official rejection, either I interviewed 4+ times for multiple positions, both remote and in-person, and often I never heard back, even after following up politely via email a week later. In one case, the recruiter I had been working with had left *their* company and no one ever let me know from the recruitment firm OR from the actual agency hiring team. Even worse, I knew and had worked closely with the agency CEO in the past, and I didn’t get past two rounds of interviews. Anyone who says that old cliché of “it’s not where you apply but who you know,” in my experience, is objectively wrong

5. Spec Work = Wage Theft.

Louder for the folks in the back: There is No Such Thing as Free Work. This is for all my creatives out there, trying to make it in the #agencylife (which is barely a thing anymore–hasn’t been for years), getting asked to go above and beyond showcasing your existing portfolio in the name of scoring a new gig at a hot shop: you should NOT have to do free labor in order to get a job. You are not an intern, you’re a professional, but even if you ARE an intern, your time is still valuable and deserves to be respected.

Any agency that asks you to provide anything more than ideas or suggestions (especially for a project they’re currently working on) is:

A) most likely struggling to hire because…

B) they treat their actual employees just as bad (if not worse) than potential ones.

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Powerline Worker Pre-Apprenticeship program begin next month at Wor-Wic Community College! This 13-week class includes hands-on learning followed by 8 weeks of CDL training. Successful applicants will be fully funded. Check back soon for the online application and more information.

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Join us for an unforgettable evening at Power of Expression event! Sponsored by Jesse Klump Memorial Foundation, this FREE in-person gathering will take place on Thursday, September 21 at 5 p.m.

Experience a screening of the powerful documentary, “Power of Expression”, and live storytelling concert with the band, Big Infinite- a film that takes an honest look at mental health and explores the band’s healing journey creative expression, conversation and mindfulness, following the loss of their lead singer’s father to clinical depression and suicide.

Save the date (9/21/23)

Salisbury University Center for Healthy Communities for a free showing of Power of Expression, sponsored by The Jesse Klump Memorial Fund


More on Jesse's Paddle: The Jesse Klump Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program:
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31901 Tri-County Way

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Energize Your Job Search

Résumé Reviews

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

Resources for Job Seekers

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

People 18 years or older and not currently enrolled in high school can register for classes to improve their reading, writing, and math skills or to learn English. The lessons also help prepare for the GED® tests and advance in the workplace. These courses are available in all counties of Maryland, especially on the lower eastern shore.

Maryland Adult Education High School Diploma Options Brochure

Have you or family member worked in the agriculture industry including crops, canneries, poultry, aquaculture or a simple field in the last 2 years? Are you ready to advance your job skills? If so, let's talk.

During challenging times, it's vital to become self-sufficient. Telamon has partnered with the National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) to provide services that educate, train, or prepare eligible farmworkers for other jobs. Our trained staff members will work with you one-onone to develop a customized plan to meet your needs and help you achieve your goals. These programs can assist you in identifying potential career paths and evaluating 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. The U.S. Department of Labor funds this program.

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Lower Shore American Job Center Mobile Workforce Services Unit

The AJC Mobile Unit is a program that brings employment search and career services to communities using modern technology. It's equipped with seven computers that have cellular Internet access and a generator, making it a self-contained resource for job seekers.

The AJC mobile unit maintains a regular schedule of locations throughout Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties.

Our Mobile Workforce Service Unit is NOW equipped with.... 5G

Click here to visit the Mobile Monthly Schedule

Small Local Business Hiring

If you're a small business located in Somerset, Wicomico, or Worcester and require assistance with advertising a job opening, feel free to reach out to us via email: We might can help!

You have the option to list your job opening in the Job Journal.






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Community Career & Resource Fair

American Legion (Salisbury POST 64) 1109 American Legion Rd Salisbury, MD 21801

Friday,September 15, 2023, 10am – 6pm

31901 Tri-County Way Suite 111

(410) 341-6515

M-F 8am – 4pm

Salisbury, MD 21804

Connect with Job Specialists

Explore Multiple Resources

Discover Training Programs

Veterans, learn more about the Legion & its benefits (Bring copy of DD-214)

Food & Drinks on site

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