Business Digest

BUSINESS DIGEST

September 27, 2004

Hospital schedules pair of open houses for job seekers

Howard County General Hospital will hold an open house and job fair for job seekers in clinical and nonclinical professions from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 23, and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at the hospital, 5755 Cedar Lane, Columbia.

Human resources representatives from the hospital will answer questions and talk with prospective employees. Those who attend can tour the hospital's units, meet management and staff, and engage in on-the-spot interviews.

Light refreshments will be served.

Information: 410-740-7815 or www.hcgh.org for available positions or to submit an application online.

Bank of America opens Dobbin Station branch

Bank of America held a grand opening for its Dobbin Station banking center at 6201 Old Dobbin Lane in Columbia on Friday.

The center is one of 22 centers Bank of America is opening in the Baltimore-Washington region. Its new design, which includes glass-enclosed conference rooms and new technology, will become the standard for more than 550 banks scheduled to open around the country by next year.

The company awarded more than $150,000 in grants to Howard area nonprofit organizations, including the Columbia Foundation, Howard Community College and The Arc of Howard County.

Howard Bank schedules open house for Sunday

Howard Bank, a new community bank in Howard County, will hold an open house from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday at the bank's Snowden River branch, 6011 University Blvd. in Ellicott City.

The bank will focus on the needs of individuals and businesses in the county, and is designating $15 million for loans to be used to improve the U.S. 1 corridor, U.S. 40 and several Columbia villages. The loans are part of the bank's Community Enrichment Program.

The bank opened the east Columbia branch and another branch in the Hickory Ridge Village Center last month. Information: www.howardbank.com.

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