CareerCatchers provides one-on-one sustained guidance for low income area residents who are seeking careers with upward mobility.
We provide a unique mix of individual counseling, training and support
Our partners provide funding, in-kind donations, and other support.
Our Board of Directors supports our organization with a broad range of skills and experience
CareerCatchers has been closely following the developing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak as well as precautions being taken across our area to contain the spread. The health and safety of our clients and staff is our number one priority. We are committed to providing full services during this time.
We are following Montgomery County Public Schools in terms of closures, therefore, starting Monday, all sessions will be conducted remotely. We are capable of providing all of our services remotely. We can create and update resumes, help with job applications, conduct interview prep, etc. Please reach out to your respective career counselor to schedule phone appointments. Please note that we continue to accept and welcome referrals.
We look forward to continuing to serve you during this time.
CareerCatchers' mission is to provide individualized employment and job skills counseling:
To ensure stable employment and upward mobility;
To identify and encourage participation in work skills and training programs;
To enhance self-esteem and foster empowerment.
Take Action: ways you can help
Your donation enables us to continue providing counseling and vocational services to Montgomery County's most vulnerable residents.
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We are always looking for volunteers to help us. You can help with client-facing activities, operational support, or both.
CC has been recognized for its dedication to providing personalized comprehensive vocational services.
- Nonprofit of the Year, City of Gaithersburg, July 2015
- Henry L. Dixon Community Action Awards, May 2015
- Ike Leggett Citation of Appreciation, May 2015
- Award for helping the homeless from U.S. Representative Chris Van Hollen, 2011
- CC is part of the Montgomery College team that was awarded a two-year MD EARN grant in 2015