Jobs - Empleos
The Herbert W. Nickens, M.D., Minority
Medical Student Scholarships
If you or someone that you know is interested in attending medical
you may want to look into this scholarship. Deadline to apply is
2004. Please see the link below.
The Herbert W. Nickens, M.D., Minority Medical
Student Scholarships were
established by the AAMC to continue advancing Dr. Nickens' lifelong
about the educational, societal, and health-care needs of minorities.
awards consist of five scholarships given to outstanding entering
minority medical students who have demonstrated leadership in eliminating
inequities in medical education and health care. Each recipient
$5,000 scholarship and an award certificate.
The Baltimore City Health Department is
dedicated to providing more effective Health services to the Latino/Hispanic
community. We encourage all individuals who are able to communicate
in both English and Spanish fluently, as well as culturally sensitive
to the needs of Baltimore's Latino/Hispanic communities, to apply
to the positions listed below. You can find more information regarding
these opportunities and/or downlowd an application by going to the
Baltimore City Department of Human Resorces web page at www.baltimorecity.gov/government/personnel/currlist.html.Health.
The Baltimore City Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
If you have any further questions, please contact Luis Hernandez
at the Office of Hispanic Affairs 410-396-1562 or the Human Resources
Director, Kimberly Allen, at 410-396-1420.
Animal Enforcement Officer Supervisor
Community Health Educator II
Community Health Nurse I
Community Health Nurse II
Community Health Nurse Supervisor I
Community Health Nurse Supervisor II
Emergency Medical Aide
Environmental Sanitarian I
Environmental Sanitarian II
Environmental Sanitarian III
Nurse Practitioner Supervisor
Nutrition Technician Supervisor
Public Health Representative
Joan B. Bryan, CEO of Writing for Results
for submmitting this list
SCHEDULED CAREER FAIRS & OPEN HOUSES
(Metro Washington/Baltimore Area)
Coloquio.com thanks Joan B. Bryan,
CEO of Writing for Success for submmitting the list.
Check with both the sponsor and the hosting facility for the Career
Fair or Open House before leaving home. Also, see Special Notes
at the end of the week's listing for additional sponsors of Job
Fairs across the nation.
Friday, July 25th USO JETS Job Fair Fort Myer
10 AM - 2 PM Contact Dale or Dawn @ 703.696.2552 Ft. Myer, Va Military
& Spouses For information & directions
Thursday, August 21st Defense Systems & Intelligence Careers
11:30 AM - 5:30 PM www.intelligencecareers.com
Specifics of location at
later date. Technical/Clearance Required
Tuesday, September 9th Career Fair 2003 Baltimore Convention Center
10 AM - 3 PM The Employment Guide 1 West Pratt Street
General 410.247.6290 Baltimore, Md.
Friday, September 12th Navy Fleet & Family Support Center JD's
10 AM - 2 PM Janet L. Giles for information & directions Navy
Surface Warfare Center
Military & Spouses 540.653/6869
Thursday, September 18th Defense Systems & Intelligence Careers
11:30 AM - 5:30 PM www.intelligencycaareers.com
1300 Concourse Drive Technical/Clearance Required
Thursday, September 25th Job Fair - Washington County, Md.
14 N Potomac Street, Suite 100 -- 10 AM - 2 PM 301.393.8200
Friday, September 26th Corporate Gray Ernst Community Cultural Center
10 AM - 2 PM
NVCC, Annandale Campus
Military/Federal/Private Sector www.BlueToGray.com
8333 Little River Turnpike Free Seminars @ 8 & 9 AM www.GreenToGray.com
Annandale, Va 22003-3796
Tuesday, October 7th Baltimore Sun's Bi-Annual Career Fair Ravens
Stadium, Club Level
10 AM - 4 PM 410.332.6056
NW Tower Entrance to right of Gate A General (Doors close at 3:30
Wednesday, October 8th The Employment Guide Job Fair 2003 FedEx
To Be Announced www.EmploymentGuide.com
Thursday, October 23rd Job Fair - Washington County, Md
14 N. Potomac Street, Suite 100-- 10 AM - 2 PM 301.393.8200
Thursday, October 23rd Defense Systems & Intelligence Careers
11:30 - 5:30 PM www.intelligencecareers.com
Friday, October 31st USO JETS Job Fair Fort Belvoir
10 AM - 2 PM Contact Dale or Dawn @703.696.2552 SOSA Recreation
Military & Spouses Call for info & directions
Ft. Belvoir, Va
Thursday, November 20th Defense Systems & Intelligence Careers
11:30 AM - 5:30 PM www.intelligencecareers.com
1300 Concourse Drive Technical/Clearance Required
Friday, December 5th Corporate Gray Ernst Community Cultural Center
10 AM - 2 PM
NVCC, Annandale Campus
Military/Government/Private Sector www.GreenToGray.com
8333 Little River Turnpike Free Seminars @ 8 & 9 AM Annandale,
Friday, December 5th Navy Fleet & Family Support Center JD's
10 AM - 2 PM Janet L. Giles for information & directions Navy
Surface Warfare Center
Military & Spouses 540.653.1839/6869
Thursday, December 18th Defense Systems & Intelligence
Careers Northern Virginia
11:30 AM - 5:30 PM www.intelligencecareers.com
Specifics at later date. Technical/Clearance Required
See special notes below:
For those Job Seekers looking for pertinent, relevant terms for
their resumes you might visit the Occupational Information Network's
database of job descriptions at http://online.onetcenter.org/help/online/tips
There are descriptive terms for most of the standard career fields.
For those companies that require clearances it is strongly recommended
that the following format be incorporated into your resume. In your
"Heading" (your name, street address, city and telephone)
be sure to show your e-mail address and your security clearance
immediately below. These are the first two items the recruiter and
the company want to know at a job fair, when pulling your resume
off the web or when sending your resume electronically, by fax or
for IT opportunities outside of the areas requiring security clearances.
More and more opportunities are being identified in Competitive
Marketing, Information Management and Knowledge Management. Check
web site for changes, additional schedule, & positions listings.
See also www.DefenseCareers.com
that is also known as IntelligenceCareers.com.
The latest edition to the family of websites and Job Fairs is Bill
Golden's ThinkingJobs.com site for opportunities that do not require
a security clearance. The listings above now show some of those
Career Fairs. The web address here is www.ThinkingJobs.com.
Another excellent resource for the Job Seeker is www.careerxroads.com
for the quality information on web sites, and also for niche sites
and the Nonprofit arena. When looking at Nonprofits and you require
financial information go to www.guidestar.org
A site for Technology Professionals that lists technical groups
and their meetings, by geographic or subject area is www.JobCircle.com/public/events
You may also wish to check out the web site www.idealist.org
for quality information and periodic Job Fairs for the Nonprofit
arena usually scheduled with area colleges and universities. You
can also post your resume with this site.
For those Job seekers outside the Washington/Baltimore area
that are looking at this listing, you may want to check out the
following web sites to identify Job Fairs in your area:
of Military Career Fairs plus Resume hosting and much more for the
Transition Assistance On Line Listings of Military
Career Fairs and job postings. American Recruitment Conferences
Producer of sales, retail and management job fairs. Boomercareer.com
Site established specifically for "Boomers" - age 49 to
CFG Career Fairs Career fairs for IT, MIS, Engineering,
Sales, Management and Business Professionals. Career Fairs in Maryland
CareerFairs.com Current listings
of national career fairs and job listings.
The Career Fair professionals.
Nat'l Assn of Colleges & Employers. Fairs sponsored by member
colleges. Search by Month, Location and/or Keyword.
BrassRing.com Entries include
Hi Tech and marketing career fairs. None listed currently for DC
Producer of Job Fairs calling for experienced individuals with Security
of Job Fairs for experienced and advanced degreed individuals.
of Job Fairs for individuals with Security Clearances and those
with unique skills where because of skill sets possessed the company
will sponsor the
individual while obtaining clearance for individual.
TechExpoUSA.com Producer of
Job Fairs calling for experience individuals with Active Security
Idealist.org For the Academic
and Non-Profit world. Good for information on consulting as well
as Career fairs and volunteer opportunities. Select location, positions
or a combination. Also good for few experienced professionals from
outside the academic world of students and some instructors ever
show at these fairs.
VetJobs.com www.vetjobs.com lists
upcoming Job/Career Fairs and free job postings for all vets, free
postings for employers plus links to other military and employer
sites by state
AccessJobs Career Fairs www.accessjobs.org/careerfair.html
American Job Fairs www.americanjobfairs.com
Bradley-Morris Hiring Conferences www.bradley-morris.com
Career City Virtual Job Fair www.careercity.com/fair
Career Fairs & Job Fairs www.jobsearch.about.com/cs/jobfairs/index.htm
Careers In Newspapers Events www.gannett.com/job/job.htm
Carousel Expos www.carouselexpo.com
CHP Recruiting Events www.chp.ca.gov/recruiting/html/job_fair_events.html
CPC Job Fairs www.cpcjobfair.com
Employment Guide www.EmploymentGuide.com
FBI Employment Career Fairs www.fbi.gov/employment/fairs.htm
Hire Quest Job Fairs http://hirequest.com
International Career Events www.it-careernet.com
Job Web www.jobweb.com/employ/fairs/public_fairs.cfm
Lucas Group Hiring Conferences www.bradley-morris.com
MIT Job Fairs http://web.mit.edu/personnel/www/recruit/jobfair.htm
National Career Fairs www.bestjobsusa.com/sections/can-careerfairs/index.asp
National Job Fairs www.nationaljobfairs.com
National Technical Services Association Job Fairs www.ntsa.com/html/cand/jobfairs.shtml
Overseas Job Fairs www.jorejobs.net
PSI Job Fairs www.psijobfair.com
Southern Region Job Fairs www.mesc.state.ms.us/jobfair/upcoming.html
Southwest Career Fairs www.southwest.com/careers/jobfair2.html
Montgomery County, MD, adjacent to Washington, DC, with a population
of 900,000, seeks an innovative, strategic and collaborative physician
to provide direction, leadership, and legal health authority on
all County public health policies; identify and address health care
needs of a widely diverse community, including emergency preparedness
and bioterrorism; and provide consultation and information to the
County Executive, County Council, outside agencies, the community
and the press.
Requires a medical degree from an accredited medical school and
board certification by the American Board of Preventive Medicine,
or board certification in a medical specialty recognized by the
American Board of Medical Specialties, along with at least five
years experience in the field of public health and a valid license
to practice medicine issued by the Maryland State Board of Medical
Examiners or ability to quickly acquire such licensure. A Masters
in Public Health or equivalent training is also desirable. The successful
candidate will have extensive knowledge of public health administration
including the organization and operation of preventive medical programs
applicable to children, adults, mental health, communicable disease
control, environmental health, public health nursing, and health
education. The starting salary range is anticipated to be in the
low to mid $100,000 range. For more information on Montgomery County
and to apply on line see our website at [www.montgomerycountymd.gov].
Resumes may also be e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or mailed to the Montgomery County Office of Human Resources, Att:
Health Officer, 101 Monroe St.,7th Fl., Rockville, MD 20850. Position
is open until filled. TTY: 240.777.5126
NOTE: Candidates who previously applied need not
reapply as they will be considered.
Montgomery County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and values diversity at all levels of its workforce.
NEEDED TO WORK IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY PARKS
13825 Park/General Maintenance Worker II, Grade
L03, Montgomery County Department of Park and Planning
Salary Range: $25,098 - $32,596 [Top of the Grade
Under general supervision, performs general and
some skilled park maintenance work involving moderate responsibility,
complexity, and variety. Performs general grounds maintenance and
routine building maintenance at parks, golf courses, recreation
centers, and other sites. Operates a variety of equipment (for example,
trucks, tractors with attachments, riding mowers). This is park/general
maintenance work at the experienced level, involving operation of
most equipment and specialized assignments requiring training and
experience. Incumbents of this class regularly perform assignments
as part of a group, but may occasionally work alone. Performs other
related duties as assigned.
1. Pass Commission medical examination.
2. Two (2) years experience in grounds keeping,
building maintenance, or park maintenance;
3. Ability to read and write; and
4. A valid driver’s license
Note: The individual in this position will work
with crews on general maintenance of parks and buildings doing grass
mowing, trash removal, athletic field maintenance, custodial duties,
recreation support and operating tractors with attachments.
Mail complete application to: 6611 Kenilworth
Ave, Suite #103, Riverdale, Maryland 20737, or Apply online at www.mncppc.org/jobs/
Or e-mail resume to: email@example.com
Or fax application to (301)454-1404
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
USmax, a federal contractor and BHCC member,
has current openings for some excellent jobs in the IT sector. The
location of the jobs is Crystal City, VA. If you or someone you
know is interested, please let me know or contact USmax directly
by logging on to their Web site. The job descriptions follow:
Postion ID and Title
14 -Network Engineer
16- Network Managment Engineer
13- Senior Security Engineer
12- Senior Systems Engineer
Job descriptions can be found here:
Washington Ibero American Chamber of Commerce
Student Adjustment Act
By Jason Song
Baltimore Sun Staff
Originally published May 13, 2003
Yasse Trujillo doesn't want to
become a waitress like her mother.
But the high school freshman knows
she could very well follow in her mom's footsteps if she doesn't
go to college.
"How am I supposed to do what
I want without going to college?" asked Trujillo, 17, a Guatemalan
who attends Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring. "It's
Tens of thousands of undocumented
immigrant students nationwide, many brought to the United States
by parents hoping for a better life, are asking the same question.
In 47 states, including Maryland,
students who do not have proper immigration documents are not
allowed to pay in-state tuition at state colleges. That means
they could face spending thousands of extra dollars a year for
tuition, putting college out of reach.
But two bills in Congress would
grant immigrant students who have graduated from high school,
lived in the United States for at least five years and have not
committed major crimes the chance to apply for citizenship. Students
throughout the nation have been lobbying their elected officials
to support the proposed law, saying it could help them gain a
crucial tool for advancement.
"We should be opening our
arms to immigrants," U.S. Rep. Benjamin L. Cardin of Maryland
told a group of students who recently urged him to support the
House bill, known as the Student Adjustment Act.
But the bills have been fiercely
opposed by critics, who say they would legitimize undocumented
workers and lead to an explosion of illegal immigration.
"This is rewarding people
who came to the country illegally," said Mark Krikorian,
executive director for the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington,
a nonprofit group that advocates more stringent immigration enforcement.
"This is waving a green card in the face of every prospective
illegal alien in the world."
Even Cardin, a Democrat from the
3rd District who has promised to support the bill, said it will
not be an easy sell. "When the economy is not going well,
people look for excuses," he said. "Government leadership
is not friendly to this legislation."
A Maryland bill that would allow
undocumented students to pay in-state tuition was passed this
year by the General Assembly and awaits Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich
Jr.'s signature to become law. The governor is still "weighing
the pros and cons" and has not decided whether he will approve
the bill, said Henry Falwell, an Ehrlich spokesman.
Last week, Virginia Gov. Mark Warner
vetoed a bill that would have barred undocumented students from
receiving in-state tuition.
Nobody is sure how many immigrants
the federal law could affect, although immigration-rights groups
have estimated there are as many as 60,000 undocumented students
Many of the students are like Trujillo,
who split her time between her native home of Guatemala City,
Guatemala, and the United States until she was 12 and has lived
in Maryland since.
Trujillo declined to discuss her
immigration status but said she would benefit from the proposed
laws. She pointed out that immigrants could be in the country
legally through asylum or amnesty programs and not have all of
their immigration documents.
Trujillo talks animatedly about
maybe becoming an airline stewardess because it would give her
the chance to travel. But she wilts when the topic of college
comes up. She isn't eligible for in-state tuition and says she
can't afford to pay full tuition. "I'm studying my head off
late at night, and sometimes I stop to think about it. I think:
'O.K., where am I going with this? Even if I do really well, I
can't afford to pay for college.' It's discouraging."
Educators warn that the burden
of trying to pay for college causes some immigrant students to
lose hope. Sandra Gutierrez, a teacher at Montgomery Blair High,
said she knows of four students who have "disappeared"
from classes at Montgomery Blair, partially because they realized
it would be difficult for them to attend college.
"College has an impact on
how hard they work," she said.
Such reactions are common, say
teachers who work with immigrants.
"Some kids get frustrated.
They do well in high school and find they can't move on,"
said Kelly Flores, a Spanish teacher at Patterson High School
in Baltimore. Several of her students have dropped out of school
after they realized they could not go to college, she said.
"A lot of people think: 'What's
the point? Why should I go to school when I can go to work and
earn money?'" said Yudi Rodriguez, a senior at Montgomery
Some students solve the problem
by returning to their native countries for degrees. But many have
been away so long they have forgotten their native language and
customs and have a hard time adjusting.
Reyes Xavier, director of communications
and education for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights in
Los Angeles, said his two older brothers briefly attended college
in Mexico instead of paying high tuition in the United States.
But the brothers couldn't adjust to their new surrounding and
returned to the United States.
"They were treated as foreign
students [in Mexico] as well. They were caught in limbo,"
His brothers' experiences persuaded
Xavier to stay in the United States. He graduated from high school
in 1981 and spent several years working at a drugstore to save
"I was just wasting my time.
Luckily, I had a strong-willed family who pushed me to go to college,"
said Xavier, who graduated from San Diego State University.
Immigrant advocates say the federal
legislation would play an important role no matter what happens
to the proposed Maryland law. Kimberley A. Propeack, a lawyer
with the Maryland Latino Coalition for Justice, based in Takoma
Park, noted that critics of the bill assert that states do not
have the right to give undocumented students tuition breaks. The
two proposed federal laws, she said, will "remove any confusion."
The U.S. measure should also be
passed because if undocumented students are granted citizenship,
they also will be eligible for better employment, Propeack said.
Many companies require their employees to have Social Security
numbers, which are granted only to people who have legal status.
Krikorian, of the Center for Immigration
Studies, said he sympathized with young students, many of whom
were brought to America by their parents. But he insists that
immigration laws should be enforced: "Sometimes kids pay
for their parents' mistakes."
Rep. Tom Tancredo, a Republican
from Colorado, opposes the bills, said his spokeswoman, Lara Kennedy.
"We've got to start and be consistent with our immigration
laws," she said. "This would only provide incentive
for people to come here to get the social services that are meant
Other lawmakers scoff at the notion.
"Wouldn't we rather have well-educated children rather than
people whose educations are cut off short?" said Rep. Chris
Van Hollen of Maryland, an 8th District Democrat and one of the
bill's co-sponsors. "That wouldn't be good for the country."
Copyright © 2003, The Baltimore
MBA Admissions would like to request your help in identifying
high potential African American, Hispanic American and Native
American students for their Summer Venture in Management Program
(SVMP). This program seeks to expose talented minority college
juniors to general management in the business world.
During one week in June, at no
expense to the student, Harvard Business School hosts these talented
college students and provides teaching instruction from leading
faculty, on campus housing and different seminars/events that
introduce the students to business education. These students are
immersed in a rigorous and stimulating classroom environment that
mirrors the learning environment of Harvard's MBA Program.
Please direct any interested students
to the Summer Ventures in Management Program (SVMP) page on the
following web site:
A completed application is required by April 30, 2003.
Thank you for helping to invest in the future of these talented
Juan F. Jimenez
Assistant Director of Admissions
Harvard Business School
BALTIMORE CITY BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS
The Maryland State Board of Education is seeking candidates to
serve on the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners. To
qualify as a voting member of the Baltimore City Board of School
Commissioners, candidates must be residents of Baltimore City
and be at least 18 years old. In addition to these requirements,
eligible candidates must possess one or more of the following
1. Possess a high level of knowledge and expertise concerning
the successful administration of a large business, non-profit,
or governmental entity and have served in a high level management
position within such an entity.
2. Possess a high level of knowledge and expertise concerning
3. Have a child enrolled in the Baltimore City Public Schools
as of the date of appointment.
4. Possess knowledge or experience in the education of children
with disabilities. This knowledge or experience may bederived
from being a parent of a child with a disability.
To apply, interested individuals must submit the following information
to the Maryland State Board of Education by 5:00p.m., March 28,
1. A letter expressing the applicant's desire and willingness
to serve on the Baltimore City Board of SchoolCommissioners and
indicating which one or more of the four
qualifications applies to the applicant;
2. A brief record of the applicant's personal history and experience
which highlights the applicant1s qualifications to be aSchool
3. Proof of Baltimore City residency (e.g. a copy of the applicant's
driver's license, voter registration card, or 2001 taxreturn);
4. The names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references.
This information can be mailed, e-mailed, faxed or hand delivered
Maryland State Board of Education
Attn: Anthony L. South
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-2595
Fax (410) 333-2226
Affirming Equal Opportunity in Principle and Practice
INS Press Release
For Immediate Release
INS Offers Recruitment Bonuses For New Immigration Inspectors
Baltimore Among the Locations Targeted for Hiring Incentives
The Immigration and Naturalization
Service (INS) is offering signing bonuses to new Immigration Inspectors
hired for selected locations across the country, including Baltimore.
The signing bonuses range from a one-time payment of $5,000 for
Inspectors in the Washington, D.C. area to $3,000 for Inspectors
recruited for 29 other locations nationwide. The INS is seeking
to hire more than 1,200 additional Immigration Inspectors this fiscal
In the D.C. area, the bonuses will
be offered to the first 40 newly hired Inspectors who come on board
beginning August 1st. Outside D.C., INS will offer recruiting bonuses
to the first 385 newly hired Inspectors who accept positions at
the designated locations. Those locations include air and land border
ports from Alaska to Atlanta together with a host of sites along
the northern and southern border.
"This is a terrific opportunity
for someone who wants to be on the front lines of our nation's homeland
security effort," says Louis D. Crocetti, Jr., Baltimore INS
To be eligible for the bonus, candidates
must sign a written agreement to complete 12 months of service with
the Department of Justice. Hiring begins at the GS-5 or GS-7 level,
with probable advancement to the GS-9 level.
Immigration Inspectors are responsible
for conducting more than 500 million inspections annually for those
who seek admission to the United States. As the nation's gatekeepers,
Inspectors must enforce our nation's immigration laws and determine
which individuals are eligible to enter the United States and which
persons will be detained or refused entry.
Serving as an Immigration Inspector requires a wide range of specialized
knowledge and training. Many of those skills are learned during
an 11-16 week basic training course at the Federal Law Enforcement
Training Center in Brunswick, Georgia. Immigration Inspectors must
have a comprehensive understanding of the laws and the procedures
governing the entry of persons to the United States.
Information and applications are
available on the web at www.usajobs.opm.gov.
H&R Block Recruiting to Meet
Hispanic Market Needs
KANSAS CITY, MO -- H&R Block, a leading tax services company,
announced plans to hire more than 5,000 Spanish-speaking tax professionals
for the 2003 tax season to meet the needs of its more than 1 million
Hispanic clients. Many of these clients prefer to receive their
tax advice from Spanish-speaking professionals.
H&R Block's Hispanic client base
has grown significantly over the past several years as a result
of the increasing population of Hispanics in the United States.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000, this ethnic group
increased 57.9 percent from 1990 to 2000.
"Our goal for this tax season
is to increase the number of Spanish-speaking professionals serving
Hispanic clients by 40 percent," said Carlos Ayala, manager
of Hispanic programs at H&R Block.
Job opportunities offer flexibility
and can range from part-time employment to full-time positions,
H&R Block tax professionals undergo
continuing education, from completing the most basic tax return
to handling more complex personal and business matters. H&R
Block tax professionals are updated on the recent tax law changes
and their implications.