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On Monday, March 30, 2015, 6:30am - 4:00pm, Facilities Management will be conducting electrical and generator maintenance at the Largo Campus. There may be some occasional College-wide network outages or slowness                    during this time period.

Notary Public Courses

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Certificate of Recognition

Will be awarded to students who successfully complete the following core courses: GEN 307 -- GEN 339 -- GEN 363

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!! CALLING ALL NOTARIES !! A Notary Public is a government officer and public servant who serves as an impartial witness in taking acknowledgments, administering oaths and affirmations, and performing other acts authorized by state law. The notarial act is the foundation of trust and the notaries who perform them are society's guarantors of integrity and authenticity.

                                      How To Become a Notary Public  

To become a Notary Public in Maryland, you must be at least 18 years of age, live or work in the State of Maryland, and be of known good character, integrity, and abilities.  

                      Income Opportunities Available to Notaries  

Notaries Public appeal to organizations in a wide variety of industries for certain income opportunities that place special emphasis on ethical conduct, trust, and professionalism as a part of the duties to be performed.  

Skills to perform these duties can be self-possessed and/or require minimal or specialized training. These opportunities may be part-time, full-time or seasonal, and offer varying compensation plans. During these tough times, notaries may find it beneficial to consider these opportunities as options for supplemental or replacement income.                                      

  Courses are offered in the classroom and online.  Check our Workforce Development and Continuing Education schedule often for new courses.