Here are some organizations in your community that can help you find a job, get the training you need, write a resume, learn good interview skills and more.
MOED One-Stop Career Center Network
Phone: (410) 396-3009
Services: Offers employment preparation, job search and placement assistance, skill training opportunities, educational support, and access to computers and computer training – along with special support for veterans, disabled persons, senior citizens, youth and those who have been incarcerated.
Empower Baltimore Management Corporation (EBMC)
Click here for locations in East Baltimore.
Click here for a list of all of EBMC’s career center locations.
Phone: (410) 783-4222
Services: Job training for all different kinds of jobs. You can train to become a lab assistant or to work in a nursing home or any other career you’re interested in. You’ll even get some money while you’re in training to help you cover living expenses.
Click here for more information about job training offered by EBMC.
Click here for EBMC’s list of other training providers in the area.
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake
Click here to find Goodwill job centers in East Baltimore.
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Phone: (410) 837-1800
Services: Goodwill can help you find jobs doing things like office, janitorial and warehouse work, health services and more. Call the Goodwill job center nearest you to set up an appointment for an interview.
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2000 E. Lombard Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
Phone: (410) 732-1883
Services: Jubilee Jobs will help you get a job that pays enough for you to live on.
Maryland New Directions
2220 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Services: If you’re between the ages of 18 and 21 or age 30 or older and separated, divorced, widowed or have a spouse who is disabled, you can get help with getting your GED, career counseling and more.
Phone: (410) 235-8800