Prince George’s County gears up for the school year with job openings, National Men Make a Difference Day calls on the men in our children’s lives to come to school, The Training Source in Seat Pleasant is offering just that and more: training opportunities, free professional attire, and on-site registration for essential social services.
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Tracee Wilkins over at NBC4 reported that Prince George’s County Public Schools has at least 50 part-time positions open. Recruitment and Retention Officer Deborah Sullivan said the positions offer all benefits, including a 401K option. “We’re looking for] food service cleaners, transportation, bus drivers, all of those types of positions, as well as some professional positions like physical therapists, speech therapists.” Levels of education and experience vary based on the position, and some positions include training. “They offer a lot of classes and training sessions where you can get certified for things, and of course, the more certifications you get means you can apply for the positions that come open,” employee Silvia Coplan said.
School officials say they’re also looking for bilingual workers. Click HERE for PGCPS irecruitment site. There are still some good looking full-time positions available too.
Dr. Michael A. Robinson creator of National Men Make A Difference Day For Academic Success and the Parents and PGCPS EduSocial Network is calling all fathers and significant male role models to take part in the nationwide Million Fathers March. On August 19, 2013, fathers are encouraged to escort their child to school as part of the Million Fathers March. Fathers, uncles, brothers, sons, nephews and significant male role models in the lives of children are encouraged to participate in National Men Make A Difference Day For Academic Success, by visiting their child’s or family member’s classroom and spending quality time with the student.
- Observe their student’s daily routine
- Participate as allowed in the interactive classroom instruction
- Get involved in the excitement of teaching and learning
On October 14, 2013, we are urging all fathers and significant male role models across the county to participate in National Men Make A Difference Day For Academic Success. To learn about more ways for fathers and significant male role models to be involved visit: www.menmakeadifference.weebly.com or to become a member of Parents and PGCPS EduSocial Network, visit www.parentsandpgcps.com
PGC Blog encourages you to take part in this activity. Incorporate it into your life. I’ve had interactions with Dr. Michael Robinson and can attest to to his commitment to making the education system better in Prince George’s County and seeing our children succeed. He needs the support of the community.
The Training Source is located at 59 Yost Place in Seat Pleasant Maryland is having a Community Outreach and Clothing Give Away. Bring shopping bags so you can load up on free men’s and women’s professional attire. Take part in on site registration for social services if you need them. DON’T MISS OUT ON information on their employment training, management employee training, quick-start computer training and youth leadership employment ready programs. It happens THIS FRIDAY at The Training Place, from 12pm to 6pm.