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Carroll Community College Adult Education

224 N. Center Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5134
410-386-8630
GED Testing/Prep

  • Help county adults and out-of-school youth obtain high school diplomas, improve basic reading, writing and math skills or improve English language and literacy skills so that they can become self- directed learners, effective workers, responsible citizens, and productive members of their families and communities.
  • Two options are offered for earning a Maryland State High School Diploma: The National External Diploma Program & the General Educational Development (GED) Test Preparation Courses—visit the website to learn more about these programs and other classes.
  • Serves individuals ages 17 years and older – Must be withdrawn from school.

Carroll County Public Library

410-386-4488
ask@carr.org
library.carr.org

  • Carroll County Public Library creates and provides our community with enriching and innovative resources, experiences, and services. Summer reading programs, book, videogame, audiobook, CD and DVD lending, computer, Wi-Fi, and internet use.

Carroll County Public Schools Birth through Five Program

125 North Court Street, Westminster, MD 21157
410-876-4437 – Infant & Toddler (0 -3-year-old)
410-751-3295 – Child (3 year old to Kindergarten)

  • Offers early intervention services to eligible children, 0-5 years of age, and their families at no cost.
  • To qualify to receive services under the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP), the child must be under three and meet one of the following criteria: demonstrate a 25% delay in at least one developmental area, demonstrate atypical development, and/or have a diagnosed condition that places him/her at risk of developmental delays.

Carroll Community College – Financial Aid

410-386-8437
FinancialAid@carrollcc.edu.
https://www.carrollcc.edu/Costs-and-Aid/Scholarships-and-Financial-Aid/

  • Financial support to help pay for college is now available for qualifying students.

Carroll Community Foundation

http://www.carrollcommunityfoundation.org/Scholarships.asp

  • The Community Foundation of Carroll County supports more than 55 academic, sports, special circumstances, and 4-H scholarships. The common application is an easy way for students to APPLY ONCE and see all the scholarship opportunities they are eligible for. (*Not affiliated with Carroll Community College*)

Catholic Charities Head Start & Early Head Start of Carroll County

255 Clifton, Suite 101, Westminster, MD, 21157

410-871-2450

info@cc-md.org

https://cc-md.org/programs/carroll-county-head-start/

  • Provides a school and learning readiness experience for children 6 weeks to 5 years who qualify, based on income or a special need. Offers some transportation, health services, speech and language services, and breakfast, lunch and snack to children enrolled in the centers. Parent involvement is essential to the program.
  • Catholic Charities operates at three locations in Carroll County: Clifton Blvd. in Westminster, Church of the Brethren in Westminster and Taneytown, as well as a home visitation program.

Judy Center Partnership Carroll County Public Schools

Robert Morton Elementary School
1413 Washington Road, Westminster, MD 21157
410-751-3613
https://www.carrollk12.org/academics/curriculum-and-instruction/judy-center-early-learning-hub

  • Promotes school readiness, for children birth through kindergarten. Learn more about the locations and partnership services at the website.

Literacy Council of Carroll County

255 Clifton Boulevard, Suite 314 Westminster, MD 21157-4787
410-857-0766
carrollliteracy.org

  • Tutors adults needing help in basic English, including reading, writing, ESOL, GED, math, and basic computer operation. Assists individuals reach their life goals.

 

Carroll County Workforce Development

224 N. Center Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5134
410-386-2820
info@carrollworks.com
carrollworks.com

  • Available programs to develop a highly effective workforce for new and existing businesses; to assist job seekers in achieving, advancing, and retaining employment, and to encourage lifelong learning.
  • Visit the website to learn more about services provided to businesses, dislocated workers, displaced homemakers, individuals with disabilities, adults, veterans, and youth, as well as to learn about The Resource Center.

Goodwill Industries Employment Resource Center

Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley
200 Baltimore Boulevard, Westminster, MD 21157-5118
410-857-9993
customercare@gimv.org
gimv.org

  • Offers job placement services to individuals with barriers to employment. Clients are referred to the free Steps for Success class at 1 pm each Tuesday. Also provides basic Word and Excel computer classes on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
  • C.A.R.E.S. certificates are available at local non-profits to be used at local Goodwill stores for free clothing, household goods, and beds.

Human Services Programs of Carroll County

10 Distillery Drive, Ground Floor, Westminster, MD 21157
410-857-2999
hspinc.org

  • Workforce Development – Assists individuals in job training, resume building, and searching for employment. The Workforce team also works with individuals to overcome barriers to employment such as criminal background or lack of previous experience. Visit the website to learn more about the programs offered between the Family Support Programs, Shelter & Housing, and the Emergency & Prevention Services.

STEP (Schapiro Training & Employment Program) A Division of Chesapeake Goodwill Industries

257 E. Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5553
410-848-7793

  • The STEP Supported Employment division assists individuals with serious and persistent psychiatric disabilities secure and maintain employment in a competitive labor force.
  • The STEP Psychiatric Rehabilitation division is an individualized, person-directed program that assists individuals with mental illness to develop, enhance and maintain psychiatric stability, social skills, independent living skills and access resources to live successful independent lives.

Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP)

Rita Monroy, Program Officer: 301-578-8871

Chris Garland, National SCSEP Director: 301-578-8932

https://www.dllr.state.md.us/employment/scsep.shtml

  • The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is available to job seekers, ages 55 and older, who are unemployed, meet established low-income guidelines and desire an opportunity for training and employment. Individuals are given a training assignment that most closely matches their personal goals for employment.

Vocational Pathways

Mosaic Community Services, Inc.
288 E. Green Street, Westminster, MD 21157
410-876-3007, Ext. 1673
mosaicinc.org/programs-services/vocational-services

  • Offers vocational rehabilitation to people with psychiatric disabilities and other barriers to employment. Contact provider for specialty areas.