MOED Workforce Centers for Adults and Youth Closed due to COVID-19
The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development's workforce centers for adults and youth are closed due to COVID-19. Please click here to learn more from the Baltimore City Health Department about the virus and how to protect yourself.
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“We want to take every precaution to make sure our residents and staff stay healthy,” MOED Director Jason Perkins-Cohen said. “While our physical career centers will be closed to the public, we will provide employment and career-building support in ways that don’t require in-person interactions.”
The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) coordinates and directs workforce development initiatives responsive to the needs of Baltimore City employers and job seekers in order to enhance and promote the local economy.
Our vision is for all city residents to maximize their career potential, and all employers have the human resources to grow and prosper – a workforce system that works.
MOED works in concert with the Baltimore Workforce Development Board, a mayoral appointed board, to address the diverse workforce needs of Baltimore’s employers and job seekers. By directing a broad array of innovative programs and collaborating with a host of specialized organizations, MOED acts as the city’s primary agent of workforce development services and coordinates the efforts of all its workforce partners to create a seamless workforce system.