What to Expect As A Participant of MTC


Revitalize Your Job Campaign

  • Rebuild your confidence during a workshop modeled after the 5 Steps to Rapid Employment Model
  • Benefit from one-on-one career coaching
  • Develop a career campaign with best practice methods for the new economy
  • Expand your network and interact directly with employers
  • Tap into MTC partnerships to support your career objectives



​Obtain In-demand Skills and Industry Certifications to Better Compete

  • Earn certifications, skills and, training that boost your marketbility
  • Access opportunities to “earn while you learn” 
  • Connect to career opportunities in thriving industries that offer sustainable and well-paying roles



Receive Support You May Need to Succeed in Your Job Search

  • Stress and financial management services to help keep you resilient
  • Intensive support from a Career Coach to help develop your MAP to reemployment


All of these interconnected services are provided at no cost to persons accepted into the intitiave and become MTC candidates

Maryland Tech Connection provides candidates with a fresh and robust approach to succeed in the IT and Bioscience industries.

MTC Participant Services

Eligibility Requirements

  • Be a Maryland Resident
  • At least 18 years of Age
  • Minimum 19 weeks since last full-time position commensurate with your education and experience level
  • Post-Secondary Education or Experience that will lead to success in Bioscience or IT careers
  • Demonstrate an interest and aptitude for IT or Bioscience professional positions
  • Motivation to take charge of your job campaign

“I am very pleased to be working at A&G Pharmaceuticals, back in my career field again!  It has not been easy to get back into the job market (five year absence due to military transfers).  MTC assisted me in getting current again in the bio-tech industry. I am most appreciative of their support.”                                                  

                                                                   Ngan Pham Mitchell 

Maryland Tech Connection

How do I become a Participant?

  • Step 1 -  Click the button above & attend an Information Session
  • Step 2 - Meet one-on-one with MTC Career Coach
  • Step 3 -  Complete Career Assessments - including the Randomized Lottery selection phase.   
  • Step 4 - Once Accepted, attend the Career Restart Bootcamp
  • Step 5 - Develop a Career Map - a collaboration between the MTC candidate, Career Coach and Industry Navigator

​​​​Personally Identifiable  Information (PII) Policy
The program collects information from individuals and follows these guidelines: Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Policy.


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Equal Opportunity Complaints
Anyone may file a complaint with the Civil Rights Center (CRC) as described below:

An initial complaint filed directly with CRC must be filed within 180 days of the alleged discrimination. CRC may extend the filing time for good cause. Complainants are encouraged to file by completing CRC’s Complaint Information Form (CIF) and Privacy Act Consent Form, which are attached below.  




Complaint Information Form
If the CIF and Privacy Act Consent Form are not submitted initially, CRC will send them to the complainant to be completed, signed, and returned. CRC will not process a complaint without these forms.

Complaints and Privacy Act Consent Forms may be submitted to CRC in the following ways:

Sent by postal mail to:
Director
Civil Rights Center
ATTENTION: Office of External Enforcement
S. Department of Labor
200 Constitution Avenue, NW
Room N-4123
Washington, DC 20210
Faxed to (202) 693-6505, ATTENTION: Office of External Enforcement (limit of 15 pages)
Emailed to CRCExternalComplaints@dol.gov

The complainant has the right to be represented in the complaint process by an attorney or other representative. Written notice from the complainant must be provided to CRC, identifying the representative.