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JATC Celebrates Voice Data Video Apprenticeship Class

Members of the MOED team were present at the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry of Baltimore on Fri

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Mayor Scott Announces $55 Million Investment to Put Baltimore Back to Work and Ensure Equitable Economic Recovery from COVID-19

$30 Million to Expand Workforce Development and Job Placements for Youth and Disadvantaged Job Seekers; $25 Million Economic Recovery Fund to Support Nonprofits, Artists, Small Businesses, and Chi

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS--Train Up: Adult Literacy Support for Baltimore City Residents in the COVID-19 Economic Recovery

The Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED), on behalf of the Mayor and City Council, requests proposals for adult education services as part of the Train Up program to help residents obtain their GED and/or improve their grade levels in literacy and/or math so that they can more easily access occupational skills training programs and/or so that they can enter employment with higher literacy levels.

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Bidder’s Conference Questions and Answers

Bidder’s Conference Questions and Answers

(Updated 5:45 pm October 1, 2021)

Public Notice: Request for Proposals - Train Up: Occupational Skills Training

The Baltimore City Mayor's Office of Employment Development seeks responses to a Request for Proposals (RFP) to provide occupational training to Baltimore city residents. This initiative is one part of Baltimore’s Economic Recovery Plan.

MOED's $6.8 Million Dollar Award

The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) has exciting news. MOED was awarded a $6.8 million dollars.

Mayor Scott Highlights Cross-Sector Collaboration Focused on Increasing Youth Economic Opportunity in Baltimore’s Tech Sector

Today, Mayor Brandon M. Scott joined with students and partner organizations to highlight a new summer internship program for high school students focused on increasing youth economic opportunity and expanding access to technology careers. 

This pilot internship program is a collaboration between the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, Baltimore Tracks, a coalition of local tech companies committed to equity, Code in the Schools, Pass IT On, and Baltimore City Public Schools. 

Meet Eric R.

Eric Richardson on his Welding Job Tired of working retail jobs for most of his life, Eric Richardson Jr. wanted a change. With many stores closing in 2020 because  of the COVID-19 pandemic, he wanted a secure future that allowed for the possibility of starting his own business. 

Meet J'Nay

During the COVID-19 pandemic, J’Nay Jones, like many others, was let go from her job. While scrolling Facebook for job leads, she came across the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) virtual recruitment show. MOED was recruiting for ...