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Contact Information:
Harriet Lebowitz, Senior Program Director
phone: 240-567-2595

Montgomery College WD&CE
51 Mannakee Street, CC220
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Customer Service 240-567-5188



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Professional and Career Development

Professional Development classes offer opportunities to help you with your job, or perhaps expand your horizons into other areas of interest.

woman pointing Effective communications skills can be a vital part of your job. Learning how to speak effectively on the job can enhance your professional image. Do you need to be able to speak in front of a group? Learn the basics of public speaking and leadership skills. How organized are you? Are you overwhelmed by clutter and paperwork. A professional organizer offers strategies for organizing your life, and your paperwork. Professional and Career Development Classes.

substitute teacherDo you want to expand your horizons? Perhaps you would like to do something a little different with your life. Are you interested in volunteering to teach English to speakers of other languages? Are you thinking of becoming a Substitute Teacher, a Notary Public, or perhaps learning how to prepare income taxes? You can even learn what it takes to get paid to talk: Voice-Overs as a Profession. Professional and Career Development Classes

Career and Work Skills

Are you looking to advance your career, or get your first job? Career and Work Skills offers classes in career planning, using social networking sites to get a job, learning about navigating the maze to Federal Government Employment and more. See the Schedule of Career/Work Skills Classes.

Writing For Business

Master the skills of writing effectively for the workplace from emails to technical manuals. Classes emphasize the grammar and terminology used in business writing. Learn to write a successful grant application, or become a freelance writer. See the Schedule of Writing Classes.

Contact Harriet Lebowitz, Senior Program Director, 240-567-2595, e-mail: for further information.