Best Resources For Job Seekers In Baltimore

February 22, 2013 6:00 AM

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With the right resources, finding a new job in Baltimore doesn’t have to be stressful or feel overwhelming. This go-to list features the best resources available to job hunters in the city including one-stop job resource centers, leading-edge career development programs, essential computer training and more – everything you need to make your next job search a success. 

computer Best Resources For Job Seekers In BaltimoreBaltimore County Division Of Workforce Development
Workforce Development Center at Eastpoint
7930 Eastern Blvd.
Baltimore, Md. 21224
(410) 288-9050

For career consultation, placement assistance and training that will help you further develop your skills and knowledge, plan a visit to the Baltimore County Workforce Development Center. Additional centers are also located in Hunt Valley and Randallstown, but all locations are fully stocked with computers so job seekers can prepare resumes and cover letters, access job search websites, practice keyboarding and learn other computer program skills that can serve as resume boosters. If needed, take advantage of fax and copy machines, telephones or even a resource library to help you get the ball rolling. Further, be sure to inquire about enrolling in the MWE program to participate in upcoming Professional Development Seminars on a variety of topics such as computer essentials, math skills, writing a resume, interviewing and much more.
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The Maryland Local JobNetwork
Baltimore, Md.
(410) 244-5611 is a great place to start searching for a local job as searches can be refined by numerous factors such as job field, salary or hourly positions and management/executive level opportunities. The site also hosts employment articles covering a variety of categories from cover letters and job interviews to working women and networking. Job hunters can even locate useful resources about diversity (e.g. African-Americans, mature workers, people with disabilities, veterans, women) or search the collection for job tips specific to college students, teenagers and self-employed workers. Moreover, the network has strategic career fairs and hiring events, free webinars and technology expos, all of which encourage and promote continued personal development.

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Career Center Network (CCN)
Baltimore Works One-Stop Career Center
1100 N. Eutaw Street
Baltimore, Md. 21201
(410) 396-3009

Dedicated to creating careers in Baltimore, CCN delivers workforce development resources and services to both job hunters and businesses. With the rapidly changing needs of local businesses, people seeking employment often find a gap between the careers they were originally prepared for and the needs and demands of today’s hiring companies. The listing above is for one of several career centers, located throughout the city. All are prepared with direct services that will benefit those who are unemployed, underemployed or unhappily employed from any background including veterans, senior citizens, disabled or youth. Choose from their state of the art technology, career training opportunities, free office equipment like videos and printers, and many other resources to make your job search more effective.



Catholic Charities Of Baltimore
Our Daily Bread Employment Center
320 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, Md. 21201
(410) 547-5490

Despite the tough economy, Our Daily Bread Employment Center, a division of the Catholic Charities of Baltimore, has found more than 1,000 jobs in the past three years for local residents. The organization strives to match employees’ skills with the needs of employers to ensure a long-term working relationship. Many employers choose to promote new and immediate job openings through the employment center’s network, which promptly announces them to the program’s participating job seekers. The Catholic Charities of Baltimore’s also offers a Work 4 Success training, which involves five days of intensive instruction that is designed to assist with job readiness, placement and retention.

maryland flagMaryland Workforce Exchange
Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
1100 N Eutaw Street, Room 316
Baltimore, Md. 21201

Job seekers can search for open positions across the state, create a resume, find education and training, locate career and workforce information and much more at Maryland’s One-Stop Career Center. Cutting-edge training resources can be acquired through online learning or by attending in person at nearby schools and educational programs. A huge benefit of Maryland’s Workforce Exchange is that financial aid is available for certain training programs and these can be accessed and researched through the website. The website also has targeted job searches for several fields including veteran jobs, apprenticeships, cyber security and popular local employers like BWI Airport and MARC.

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Keri Ann Beazell is a Baltimore writer following the latest developments in arts and culture, natural wonders, lifestyle and pets. She enjoys promoting thought-provoking discussions, education, new ideas and smiles among readers. Follow her online at

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