News Release, Platinum PR

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Southern Maryland JobSource hosted the grand opening of the Prince Frederick American Job Center on Tuesday, October 8 at 3:00 p.m. at the office of the Calvert County Department of Social Services, 200 Duke St., Suite 1900 in Prince Frederick.

Calvert County Commissioners, the Calvert County Chamber of Commerce, and state and local officials were in attendance at the event, which was a partnership between the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland (TCCSMD) and the Calvert County Department of Social Services.

“We’re delighted to celebrate the opening of the Prince Frederick American Job Center,” said Ruthy Davis, director, regional workforce and business development, TCCSMD. “This new center will be the go-to resource for job seekers and businesses seeking talent in Calvert County, and the support we’ve received from the county during the creation of this new center is truly memorable.”

The Calvert County Department of Social Services also expressed satisfaction with the new job center. “We are proud to open the doors to the American Job Center at our local office,” said Amye Scrivener, department director. “Our customers can conveniently job search, obtain employment resources, and receive job readiness skills in one location. Through our continued partnership with the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, we will provide these opportunities for residents seeking employment assistance.” 

The Prince Frederick American Job Center is now one of four job centers operated by Southern Maryland JobSource. Southern Maryland JobSource partners with local workforce development agencies to provide a full range of assistance to job seekers and businesses. Their job centers assist job seekers in reaching their employment goals by providing consultants to advise on all aspects of the job search and provide referrals to training programs and workshops.

Southern Maryland JobSource is a joint program of TCCSMD and the Maryland Department of Labor. TCCSMD serves as a forum for the discussion and resolution of issues affecting the Southern Maryland region.

To learn more about the Prince Frederick American Job Center and the Southern Maryland JobSource, visit their webpage at

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