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PGC-KEYS Program
Our program provides services to in-school and out-of-school youth, ages 14-24, who are residents of Prince George’s County.
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PGC-KEYS Program Sep 20
It’s a GREAT day at EPG! 6 of our KEYS Participants started CNA/GNA training with Healthcare Training Solutions, LLC. 👩🏾‍⚕️👩🏿‍⚕️👩🏽‍⚕️ In four weeks,Prince George’s County will have six…
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PGC-KEYS Program Sep 19
Mr. Hemby recently completed the KEYS Careers employability seminars. Now, he has also completed training with the Construction Works Program (CWP) and is on his way to an…
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PGC-KEYS Program Sep 17
Mr. Barksdale stopped by to flex his public speaking skills with Cohort 13 about his experience in the Construction Works Program. 🚧 🚧 Mr. Barksdale completed Phase 1 of…
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PGC-KEYS Program Sep 4
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PGC-KEYS Program Aug 27
Provide opportunities for our youth. Support county youth employment initiatives. Employ Prince George's helps youth. Bring someone to KEYS Program. Encourage career and technical education.
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PGC-KEYS Program Aug 27
Sometimes, being comfortable can stop you from being great! • • Need help to start on your path to greatness? Come to an information session to learn about the KEYS Careers Program.…
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PGC-KEYS Program Aug 27
As the school year begins, we celebrate the end of our Summer Connections program! • • Over 70 participants were placed with various employer partners to have a 6-week paid internship…
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PGC-KEYS Program Aug 20
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PGC-KEYS Program Aug 8
SECURE THE BAG!! 💰💰💰💰💰 • • It’s possible that the first step towards changing your finances could be career development. • • Attend a KEYS Careers Info session on Friday at 10am!…
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PGC-KEYS Program Aug 2
Our weekly KEYS Careers Information Session is tomorrow morning at 10:00am!! If anyone you know is 18-24, looking for employment or needing opportunities, please invite them to join us!!…
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 31
Thank you to Ms. Siobhan Copeland for stopping by unexpectedly to talk with our Cohort about careers in Victim Advocacy!!! • •
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 30
In life, there are HAVE TOs. Sometimes, we have to be kind even when we don’t feel like doing so. Other times we have to go to work when we’d rather relax at home. • • OR you may HAVE…
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 27
Looking to open doors 🚪 for yourself? • • Come to a KEYS Careers information session. Learn how you can open a door to life and career opportunities! • • Fridays at 10am. 1801…
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 25
What does this mean? 🎥 - We’re filming! • • The Cohort 12 participants are speaking today!! Public Speaking is an essential skill and our participants are mastering it today!!
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 23
Mock Interview Day!! • • We are so proud of the effort Cohort 12 has put into mastering the art of interviewing. Congrats on your Cohort 12!!! •
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 23
You HAVE to start SOMEWHERE. • • Take the first step. Take baby steps. 👶🏾. Start from the bottom. Crawl before you walk. One day at a time. All these adages mean the same thing: there…
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 19
Did you know? 🤔 • There are over 93,000 disconnected youth in the state of Maryland. • 25% of disconnected youth are African American males. 😳 • African American males in Prince George’s…
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 16
Uuugghh 😩!! Don’t you hate this question? What do I say? How do I say it? How do I answer this question and still get the job? . . In today’s Interviewing Skills seminar, our…
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 16
“I can’t! It’s too hard! I’ve never done this before!” Sound familiar? . . You have no idea what you’re capable of. How do you know that you can’t master coding? Are you sure getting…
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PGC-KEYS Program Jul 10
Jasmine started summer work yesterday and remembered a line from our Workplace Etiquette seminar: . . “Don’t be the new person who breaks the copier.” 😂🤣😂🤣
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