Employment Services

Employment Services works with job seekers with disabilities throughout Maryland who are ready to find employment. Employment Services also works for Maryland businesses by assisting them with recruitment, onboarding, and job retention, in addition to providing disability resources.

Employment Services are offered in the community, at WTC, and virtually. Employment Specialists strive to match the skills and abilities of each job seeker to perspective employment opportunities.

Services for Job Seekers with Disabilities include:

  • Job seeking skills training
  • Job search assistance
  • Resume and cover letter development
  • Interview practice and preparation
  • Education and assistance with disability disclosure and reasonable accommodations
  • Development of professional communication and behavior strategies
  • Maintaining communication with the employer once hired
  • Recommendations of job coaching when needed

Services for Maryland Businesses include:

  • Creating customized training
  • Working with employers to schedule recruitment
  • Providing information on financial incentives to Maryland businesses
  • Supporting and educating Maryland businesses on disability awareness and reasonable accommodations
  • Coordinating internship opportunities

Program Requirements

  • Job seekers with disabilities who are ready to work.

Contact your DORS Counselor or local DORS office for more information.

WTC Students attending a job fair at CCBC Dundalk.
Employment Services staff help job seekers find recruitment events, provide job-seeking skills and resume preparation training, and conduct mock interviews.

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