Your Opportunity to Get Involved
This AMAZING event is a vital part of the Southern Maryland Workforce Development that encompasses both the seekers and holders of talent!
The Calvert Marine Museum is located on State Route 2 in Solomons, Calvert County, Southern Maryland, twenty miles south of Prince Frederick, and about an hour and fifteen minutes from Washington D.C.
Calvert Marine Museum
14200 Solomons Island Road
Solomons, Maryland 20688
From Washington, D.C. – Take State Route 4 South from the Washington Beltway to State Route 2-4 to Solomons.
From Baltimore – Take Interstate 97 South from the Baltimore Beltway, to Route 2 South. Continue south on Route 2-4 to Solomons.
You can also take I-97 South to the Aris T. Allen Boulevard exit (Route 665), then follow signs for Solomons Island, Route 2 South. Go south on Route 2, following signs for Prince Frederick. Route 2 will join with Route 4 – make a left from Route 2 onto Route 2-4 South. Follow Route 2-4 South to Solomons.
Once in Solomons stay in the right lane of Route 2-4. It will exit to Route 2, passing under the Thomas Johnson Bridge. Make a left at the stop sign, drive approximately 200 yards, and the museum will be right in front of you.
From Richmond – Take U.S. Route 301 north into Maryland, then State Route 234 east to State Route 5, south on State Route 5 passing Leonardtown, left on State Route 4 across the Thomas Johnson Bridge (lower Patuxent River Bridge), exit onto State Route 2 at the north end of the bridge, turn right at the stop sign, and in approximately 500 feet the museum will be on your left.
Shuttle Service – We will be providing free shuttle services to and from the marine museum view schedule below
Smart Ride Schedule – June 20, 2017
Waldorf Park & Ride Location – U. S. 301 & Smallwood Drive West, Waldorf, MD 20602
Solomons Location – Leaves Calvert Marine Museum, drop off at the Waldorf Park & Ride location
Waldorf 1 pm
Waldorf 2 pm
Waldorf 3 pm
Solomons 3 pm
Solomons 4 pm
Solomons 5 pm
Here’s a peek at the 3rd Annual “Nine Innings of Networking” Southern Maryland Hiring Event held on June 23, 2014.
EMPLOYERS AND SPONSORS We have a fantastic day lined up for both employers looking to hire and sponsors of the event!! Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, or the lack thereof, continues to touch our communities in ways that most of us have not seen in our lifetimes. This sixth annual event is designed to place a spotlight on finding and keeping talent in Southern Maryland based on the successful outcomes of our past five Hiring Events.
- 1000+ Job Seekers expected to attend
- Calvert Marine Museum venue combines a great educational opportunity with supporting Jobs for Southern Marylanders
- Complimentary self guided tour of the Marine Museum to reward your key staffers result in a WIN/WIN for all
- Business2Business reception, attracts 200+ business/community leaders to network and engage in dynamic topics on cutting edge workforce issues.
The Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland (TCC), Workforce Development Board for Southern Maryland (WDB), Job Match Re-Employment Project (JMP) and American Job Center, sought solutions to the increasing downturn in small business profits, ever diminishing DOD contracts, and rapidly increasing displaced workers.
What is the Southern Maryland Hiring Event?
It’s the “Super Bowl” of hiring events within Southern Maryland! – says a recent jobseeker.
In planning an event that brings together those who are looking to hire and those who seek career connections, our vision encompasses a format that distinguishes this event from other events in the area. This event allows employers to meet, interview and hire from a wide array of area talent. Each organization comes with its own focus. Some organizations, such as JobMatch, American JobSource and Veterans Affairs will setup booths where they will provide information only while others are looking for actual candidates to interview for specific openings. Representatives will be available to talk with you about their services, products of their respective organizations and to answer any of your questions about their current and future employment needs. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Job Seekers, to help you prepare for this event and any other similar events you may attend in the future, we have put together some valuable information that will assist you as you prepare to meet your next employer. Putting your best foot forward is not always as easy as it seems; especially, when you are in a competitive job market. So, to simplify that aspect of your job search efforts, we have prepared a powerpoint presentation that shows you the “what not to wear” and “what is appropriate” when you are trying to make that very important first impression. Check out our “Success Boot Camp” presentation below. In addition to our commitment to helping Southern Maryland job seekers “Find Their Next Best Fit,” we’ve put together a list of links that you should find very helpful.
Each year staff and participants of the Job Match Re-Employment project accompanied by staff from the local Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) and the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland ban together to ensure this event is a roaring success.