Workforce Training

Strategically aligned with target industries, workforce training builds practical skills immediately applicable to our economy. Local businesses benefit from a winning combination of talent, business support, and skills programs delivering value.

Science, Math, Technology and Engineering Training

The presence of Naval Support Center Indian Head—and proximity to all major federal and military installations within a 40 mile radius—speaks to the value of scientific and technological capabilities within our workforce. In direct response to the need for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) capabilities, our public schools offer first-rate career and technology education.

 The College of Southern Maryland’ s Institute for STEM teaches tomorrow’s skills today.

The Velocity Center at Indian Head, a 15,000-plus-square foot development project aligned with base initiatives, will lend workforce training support to federal contractors and technology firms alike.

Trades Training

CSM’s Trades and Energy Training Facility ensures a steady pipeline of workers in trades like HVAC, welding, plumbing, electrical, and carpentry.

Business Training

Versatility adds value to companies large and small. Thus, the
 Small Business Development Center hosts workshops honing skills in many areas.

The Maryland Workforce Exchange  and Southern Maryland JobSource help businesses stay productive. They match employers with qualified candidates, train incumbent workers and help businesses with employment issues. 

The Workforce Center  at CSM crafts custom solutions to area businesses in a variety of industries.

 

Views from Charles

Learning Technology Transfer Entrepreneurship Through Doing

Published: Monday, December 10, 2018
This is a guest blog by Dr. John Short, College of Southern Maryland. Cultivating economic growth in Charles County requires, among other things, helping those with an entrepreneurial bent develop ...

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