Welcome to Frederick County Workforce Services

Our website is about to have a whole new look! Stay tuned for the launch of our new website in early November!

As one of the nation's One-Stop Career Centers, Frederick County Workforce Services (FCWS) links businesses in need of qualified employees with individuals seeking employment opportunities.

Visit our Facebook page to review resume tips, advice from employers, job search strategies and more! (Note: A Facebook account is not required to view our public page.)

New to FCWS? Our weekly Welcome Seminar provides a comprehensive overview of FCWS resources. It is held every Thursday at the Business and Employment Center. There is no need to register in advance - please join us! Planning ahead? Take a look at our October Calendar of Events. Planning ahead? Here's what's happening at our center in November.

Need to reach us? Our main number is 301.600.2255. To get in contact with an individual staff member, please refer to the FCWS Staff Directory.

Para hablar a alguien sobre nuestros servicios en español, por favor póngase en contacto con FCWS en 301.600.2255. 

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Veteran Services

Frederick County Workforce Services proudly provides Priority of Service to eligible Veterans and eligible spouses in all Department of Labor (DOL) job training programs. Your Local Veteran Employment Representative (LVER) and Disabled Veteran Outreach Specialist (DVOP) are partners in the One-Stop employment solution for businesses and job seekers. Learn more about Veterans Services available through FCWS.

New from the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation: Mil2FedJobs (Military to Federal Jobs Crosswalk) helps translate military occupations to federal jobs. This tool will help to match your military skills and experience with the stated qualifications of current federal job openings.

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Jobs in (and around) Frederick

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"Frederick County Workforce Services provided valuable training and seminars to prepare for a new role. My Career Specialist also always treated me with dignity and respect, which was so appreciated. She also gave me hope and encouragement during my career transition process. In this economy the unemployed are often shunned and discounted, so working with someone that found value in me and believed in me helped me maintain my confidence and a positive outlook."

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Career Coach Blog

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Ask the Employer Blog

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