Career Center Services
Community Health Workers Needed
The City of Baltimore, along with local and national organizations, has created the Baltimore Health Corps to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and to address the social needs of vulnerable residents through contact tracing, testing, and care coordination.
Available positions include contact tracers, care coordinators, directors, and supervisors. managers and operational support staff. Visit Baltimore Health Corps to learn more and apply.
Jobs! Career Training! Support Services! Contact us today!
Our Job Centers are closed due to COVID but we're still here to help you remotely! Just call 410-396-3009. If you don't reach someone please leave a message and we'll contact you within 48 hours.
- If you are unable to visit a center and need help getting a job or other support:
- If you are no longer working and need help with Unemployment Insurance:
- Call the Division of Unemployment Insurance at 410-949-0022
- For more information about unemployment benefits & COVID-19 visit the Maryland Department of Labor Division of Unemployment Insurance.
- For food and cash, assistance visit the Maryland Department of Human Services.
- If you are a business visit the Maryland Department of Labor's Coronavirus/COVID-19: Nonprofit and Government Resources - Financial Regulation.
- If you are an employer with jobs to post or need recruitment services:
Learn more about the virus and how to protect yourself from Baltimore’s City Health Department.
Tune in to The Employ Baltimore Show for the latest job opportunities from Baltimore City employers. The show airs at 1:00 pm every Tuesday and Thursday on MOED's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can watch previous episodes on any of these channels or on MOED's YouTube channel.
Get a Job, Build a Career
Our career center services are available at two, full-service One-Stop Career Centers located on the east and west sides of Baltimore City, the Employment Connection Center in South Baltimore, and the Workforce Reception Center for those receiving TANF benefits, and partner sites in neighborhood-based Community Job Hubs.
At the one-stop centers, MOED staff and workforce partners with expertise in specific job preparation areas provide comprehensive and seamless delivery of services. Customized services are provided onsite for persons who are unemployed or underemployed – and for targeted populations, such as the previously incarcerated, veterans, disabled persons, and seniors. Services include:
- Recruitment events for job openings
- Job search assistance
- Resume help
- Skills training
- GED training
- Criminal record expungement
- Internet access
- Digital Learning Labs to learn basic computer skills
- Self-service access to telephones, copiers, scanners, printers and fax machines,
- Assistive technology is available at MOED's One-Stop Career Centers
Become Job Ready
Job seekers learn skills to become “job-ready” as defined by the 21st-Century Job Readiness Standards. These standards, were developed with business input through the Baltimore Workforce Development Board to create a common language and precise description for employers and job seekers, of the knowledge and combination of skills required for workplace success.
Supportive Employment Services
- Food, Medical, Energy Assistance, Disability, and or Child Support - My DHR Benefits
- Baltimore City Housing Authority
- Homeless Shelter Directory
- Child Care Locator - Locate Childcare
- Transportation - Getting Around
- Legal Services – Maryland Legal Aid
- 211 Helpline
Baltimore City’s One-Stop partners include the Baltimore Workforce Development Board, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation - Maryland Job Service, Veterans Services (JVSG), Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Unemployment Insurance, and Trade Act Programs, the Baltimore City Department of Social Services, Maryland Adult Education, South Baltimore Learning, Strong City, Baltimore City Community College, Maryland Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC), Department of Labor, Job Corps, Senior Service America, Baltimore Cash Campaign, SEDCO, and Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation.