COLLEGE & Career Center

College and Career Coordinator: Maripat Moloney - Johnston

Phone: (240) 740-2722


Weekly Updates

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Albert Einstein's Career Center is a resource room for college and career planning. The Career Center is located in the main hall next to the Guidance Office, it is available to students, staff, parents and the Einstein community. Einstein's Career Center is open all year to meet the needs of the school community.

About the Career Center

working The Career Center contains extensive information on colleges, technical schools, financial aid, military and job opportunities. The career center is also open some evenings (by appointment).

The AEHS Career Center offers information on College testing programs including SAT I, SAT II, PSAT, TOEFL and ACT. To aid in a student's college choice and career selection, there is a comprehensive collection of college catalogues as well as a wide variety of computer applications. Information is also available on apprenticeship and internship programs.

College and Career Readiness/ Blueprint for Maryland’s Future

Career Advising

The Maryland General Assembly passed the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future (Blueprint) legislation in 2021. The legislation is designed to transform public education in the state into a world-class education system by increasing educational funding, enriching student experiences and accelerating student outcomes, as well as improving the quality of education for all children in Maryland. One component of this legislation relates to providing individualized career advising services to middle and high school students. With this in mind, Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) will collaborate with WorkSource Montgomery (WSM) and Montgomery College (MC) to develop and implement an exciting new Montgomery County Career Advising Program (MoCoCAP) beginning this school year. 

MoCoCAP will assist us in transforming the way we support career success for our students. The vision for MoCoCAP is to provide career advising services that will enable students to vividly describe their own strengths, interests, and workplace values; identify how they are expanding their skills and knowledge; describe the various opportunities ahead of them; and describe their goals for their future as they develop life long career management skills. During the 2023-2024 school year MoCoCAP will support Grade 6 and Grade 9 students, and expand the roll out of MoCoCAP to all secondary students by the 2025-2026 school year.

Full implementation of this innovative and transformative work and will take time to plan, deploy, study, and perfect. Input and feedback on this work will be critical in the coming months and years. To learn more about MoCoCAP and our partners in this work, visit the MoCoCAP website.