JAG Jobs Bulletin - Montgomery County Public Schools

jobs Bulletin
(including internships & training programs)
(Updated for 2014-2015 School Year)
Details on each job listed below can be found on the JOBS Bulletin Board, in the College-Career
Information Center.
PLEASE NOTE: This listing is on-going since the start of the school year. If you are interested in a specific
position – you MUST contact that office to verify hiring status.
The job postings below are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Board of Education of Montgomery County, the
superintendent, or this school. Postings are provided as a service to our students and community.
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2014: The minimum wage goes to $8.40 an hour ($4.20 for tipped employees). Workers under
19 that work 20 or fewer hours per week are exempt from the increase and may still be paid the Federal minimum wage of
$7.25 an hour ($3.63 for tipped employees). A link to the Montgomery County Government press release is below:
Let’s Get It Started ● Youth Job Fair 2015. A job fair for youth ages 16-21. Saturday, March 21. 1 am to
2 pm. Silver Spring Civic Building – One Veterans Plaza – Downtown Silver Spring. A Maryland Multicultural
Youth Centers Partnership event. Visit www.letsgetitstartedyouthjobfair.com. |February 13 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: Montgomery County Public Schools Web Services Seeking Interns for
Spring & Summer. Web Services, Office of Communications is looking for students with web design, HTML,
CSS and Photoshop skills to work in the Rockville office. The ideal candidate would be a student who is
interested in front-end web design. Interested students should email [email protected] with the
following information: resume w/web background, days/hours of the week available to intern and links to
websites they have created or other examples of their work. |February 13 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: Montgomery County Circuit Court Internship Positions Available. Rockville
location. UNPAID position. SSL hours can be earned if applicable. Internships are available for summer and
2015-2016 school year. Interns may have the opportunity to attend court proceedings, network with Court
staff, contact attorneys, as well as meet several of Judges and their staff. The position, at the minimum,
requires an independent worker, who is well spoken, a communicator, organized, ability to lift and push boxes
of files, ability to follow written and verbal instructions, and has sufficient customer skills. This person must be
committed to the internship, as well as show motivation, initiative, punctuality, reliability, and the ability to
maintain professionalism. The intern will work in conjunction with several offices within the court system.
Students may be placed in other offices within the court, as needed. Please be advised that the internship
does not provide a direct working relationship with/for a Judge, in the courtroom, nor for attorneys.
For the Summer, it is preferred that interns work at least six to eight weeks, with a certain degree of flexibility
for camps/vacations/other obligations, and a minimum of eight hours a week at least two days a week. For the
School Year, it is preferred that interns work a minimum of six hours per week at least two days a week.
Interested students should submit a cover letter, a resume, and at least one letter of recommendation, to Alina
(Houser) Marshall at [email protected], or contact our office via phone (240-777-9115 or 240-77793450 for additional information. The deadline to submit resumes for the summer positions is Friday, March
20, 2015 and interviews will begin in April. For School Year internships, the deadline is Friday, July 3, 2015,
with interviews to follow in late July, early August. |February 2015 post|
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JAG JOB POSTING: Montgomery Village Foundation Department of Recreation, Parks & Culture.
Positions range from senior pool manager/supervisor, pool manager, assistant pool manager, senior lifeguard,
lifeguard and desk attendant. Applications are available at the MVF Office or www.montgomeryvillage.com, go
to Inside MVF and click on Employment. All positions are open until filled. For more information, contact Petra
Padilla at 240.243.2363. |January 2015 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: City of Gaithersburg Lifeguard/Swim Instructor Training and Summer Jobs
Positions range from pool attendant, cashier, instructor aide, party assistant, pool operator, lifeguard and swim
instructor. Spring lifeguard safety training opportunities (call 301.258.6445). More information and online
applications are available at www.gaithersburgmd.gov or call 301.258-6327. |January 2015 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: Community Pool Service, Inc. Lifeguard Training and Summer Jobs
Learn how to save lives by becoming an American Red Cross Trained Lifeguard.
www.communitypools.com or call 1.800.966.2500. |January 2015 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: American Pool Lifeguard Training and Summer Jobs
For questions, or more information call 1.877.705.7665. |January 2015 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: Maryland Delegate-Elect Marc Korman is looking for student interns to assist
with legislative and field activities. Marc was recently elected to represent District 16 in the Maryland House of
Delegates, an area that includes Bethesda, Friendship Heights, North Bethesda, White Flint, and part of
Responsibilities may include researching policy; crafting legislative strategy; attending district events; meeting
with constituents and stakeholders; and assisting constituents with case work. Students interested in public
policy, the legislative process, constituent services, or the political process should apply. Interns must be able
to devote 8-10 volunteer hours per week. Flexible scheduling is available. Interns will work in the Bethesda
and/or Annapolis area.
Interested students should email [email protected] with a brief statement of interest and resume (if
available). Please pass this information on to anyone you know who may be interested. |December 2014 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: Rockville Swim and Fitness Center Lifeguard Training and Summer Jobs
Lifeguard training classes begin December 26! Working for, or living in the city of Rockville is NOT required to
take this course or be considered for summer employment. Course information is available online at
Job opportunities can be found online at
www.rockvillemd.gov/careers. |December 2014 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: Best Friends Pet Care
Best Friends Pet Care is seeking applicants for several positions. Part time hours available. Apply in person.
Seeking playtime associates, animal care technicians, customer service representatives, management. Visit
Best Friends Pet Care, 395 Muddy Branch Road, Gaithersburg, MD 20878 (301) 926.6005. Center Manager:
Anja Aleshin. Bestfriendspetcare.com |November 2014 post|
JAG JOB POSTING: Work Experience Program with the National Security Agency (NSA) offered
to juniors | The NSA is looking for current juniors who are interested in work study employment through a
work experience program. Typical positions open to students are Office Assistance and Computer Aide. The
positions will require students to work 4/hours a day/5days a week beginning in September of their senior year.
Students must have reliable transportation and be able to arrive at work no later than 12:30 pm. For
application, go to: http://www.nsa.gov/careers/opportunities_4_u/students/high_school/work_study.shtml
For additional information, please contact Jen Doyle, Program Manager at (410) 854-4592. |August 2014 post|
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US House of Representatives Maryland’s 6th Congressional District | Congressman John Delaney |
Looking for highly qualified students to serve as interns in district offices located in Gaithersburg and
Hagerstown, MD. UNPAID. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Questions? Call 301.926.0300.
Visit https://delaney.house.gov/services/internships/congressional-internship-application to apply.
|August 2014 post|
The George B. Thomas, Sr. Learning Academy (The Saturday School) (301) 320-6545
Earn your Student Service Learning Hours, Give A Little Time, and Make a Big Difference. Volunteer at
any of the 12 centers on Saturday mornings from 8:30 to 11:00 and make a difference in the life of a child.
Centers are located in the following high schools: Montgomery Blair, Albert Einstein, Gaithersburg, John F.
Kennedy, Northwest, Magruder, Paint Branch, Rockville, Sherwood, Springbrook, Watkins Mill & Wheaton.
This SSL opportunity is for middle and high school students in grades 7 through 12.
ARISTOTLE CIRCLE [job post ongoing)
Apply online at peers.aristotlecircle.com → In the lower section of the screen, click ‘Join Us’ to begin
the online application | 1.800.467.0895
In partnership with Saturday School, Aristotle Circle is looking to hire Northwest students for tutoring
positions. Are you a top high school student interested in earning twice minimum wage and building work
experience for college? Develop work experience for your college apps and resumes.
Tutor Job Description
Provide tutoring, homework coaching, and mentorship to students in K‐12th grade
Work on a consistent weekly basis and tutor in the subjects you choose
3.7 unweighted GPA or strong knowledge of a foreign language (Spanish, French, Latin, and Chinese).
Upbeat and friendly personality. Strong communication skills. Experience working with kids.
Available to work at least 3 hours per week and access to transportation.
Job Benefits:
Earn a highly competitive wage!
JOB POSTING: Career Opportunity
Hiring link: http://www6.montgomerycountymd.gov/content/frs-safe/about/recruiting.asp
We invite any student above the age of 16 to participate on a ride along with Montgomery County Fire and
Rescue Service. Contact: Captain Thomas Foster, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service
Office of Recruitment, 100 Maryland Avenue Suite 220, Rockville, Maryland 20850. (240) 773-8923
JOB POSTING: Career Opportunity
PROCESS PIPING & ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS FIELDS accepting applications on January 5, 7, 9,
12, 14 & 16. Applicants must apply between the hours of 8 am and 11. Applications must be made in
person at 8421 Ardwick-Ardmore Road, Landover, MD 20785. $50 application fee payable in cash or money
order. Applicants are also required to take an aptitude test which is given on the date of application beginning
at 1 pm. Questions about application can be directed to 301.341.1555. Open house event scheduled for
Saturday, December 6 at 8 am at the 8409 Ardwick Ardmore Road location. Visit www.Steamfitters-602.org.
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JOB POSTING: Career Opportunity
PLUMBERS AND PIPEFITTERS APPRENTICESHIP accepting applications on January 6 and April 7,
2015. Applicants must apply between the hours of 7 am and 12 noon. Applicants must be made in
person at 8509 Ardwick-Ardmore Road, Landover, MD 20785. $50 application fee. Applicants are also
required to take an aptitude test which is given on the date of application beginning at 1 pm. Study booklets
are available by sending a $15 money order to GAN Human Resources Associates, Inc., P. O. Box 6111,
Bloomingdale, IL 60108-6111. Starting wage for a first year apprentice is $15.27 per hours. Questions about
application can be directed to 301.322.8810.
Presentation of the following documents is required at the time of application:
Birth certificate of Passport
Valid Driver’s License
High school diploma or GED certificate
High school transcript or GED test scores (transcript must be official and mailed from the high school)
Applicants will also be required to take an aptitude test. For more information or application, call 301.322.8810
or visit www.ua.org. Apprenticeship video can be viewed at local5plumbers.org. |updated post December
JOB POSTING: Career Opportunity
The Maryland State Police has a unique, unclassified position available to young men and women called State
Police Cadet. Applicants must be 18 years of age and a high school graduate (or equivalent) to be
considered for employment. The main purpose of this position is to expose young men and women to the
various duties and responsibilities of Maryland State Troopers and to better prepare them to become Troopers
when they reach the age of 21.
Cadets are assigned to perform duties that do not require police authority and are generally assigned to the
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division.
Applicants for the Cadet Position must meet the following qualifications:
 Must be between the ages of 17 and 19 and be a US Citizen with a valid driver’s license
 Must obtain a high school diploma or GED before hire date
 Must have excellent moral character
 Must have a clean drug and criminal history
The application process for the Maryland State Police takes an average of four to five months of testing and
background investigation. Any student interested in the process should apply before graduation and before
their 18th birthday, if possible. The best way to apply is to attend an Applicant Orientation. All of the dates for
Applicant Orientations are listed on our website at www.mdsp.org. As an alternative, every State Police
Barrack has a local Barrack Recruiter that can help your students begin the process and give them guidance
throughout the process. Your local Barrack Recruiter can be reached by contacting the Rockville Barrack at
301-424-2101 or email to: [email protected] for application process and additional information.
City Year Washington, DC unites a diverse group of young people, ages 17 to 24, from all backgrounds for a
year of full-time service, giving them skills and opportunities to change the world. Online application and
additional program information available at www.cityyear.org/dc. Visit the web site for application deadlines.
As a City Year corps member you will work in Washington, DC schools, after-school programs, and
neighborhoods, where you will become a powerful role model to youth and help address pressing community
problems (additional location throughout the US).
Serve as a tutor, mentor, and role model for elementary, middle, and high school students
Plan, implement, and design after-school programs and service projects
Foster a positive and welcoming school environment
Benefits may include living stipend, education award, DC metro pass, cell phone, uniform & health insurance.
Must be at least 17 years of age and a US citizen or legal permanent resident
Must be able to dedicate 10 months to full-time service
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