Workers installed slot machines at Maryland Live! Casino at the Arundel Mills Mall in Hanover this year. The casino will officially open at 10:00am Wednesday night.
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Maryland Live! Casino has been selected to receive the 2013 Career and Technology Education (CTE) Outstanding Postsecondary Business Partnership Award of Excellence from the Maryland State Department of Education. The Casino was recognized by the Division of Career and College Readiness for its ongoing business partnership with Anne Arundel Community College.
Robert J Norton the president and general manager at Maryland Live! Casino says the partnership with Anne Arundel community college and the casino allowed them to make a real difference in the community by providing training and long-term career opportunities in the gaming industry to area residents.
Maryland Live! Casino plays an integral part in developing classes, providing instructors and collaborating on several projects in association with Anne Arundel community college. One particular area of focus has revolved around the college’s hotel culinary arts and tourism institute. Students reap the benefits of the partnership through real word practices to allow them to learn the fundamentals.
A recent initiative was the implementation of a dealer school, which offered a free, 12-week dealer training course to individuals interested in pursuing a career in the gaming industry.
More than 500 students graduated from the course and are now employed as full-time table games dealers at Maryland Live! Casino.
Maryland Live! Casino is one of the largest commercial casinos in the country.
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