Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED)
One-Stop Career Centers
Eastside One-Stop Career Center
3001 E. Madison Ave.
Baltimore, Md 21205
Northwest One-Stop Career Center (Home of the Re-Entry Center)
Mondawmin Mall, Suite 302
2401 Liberty Heights Ave.
Baltimore, Md 21215
South Baltimore Employment Connection Center
1410 Bush St.
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
MOED has two one-stop career centers, on the east and west sides of the city. Direct services are provided onsite for persons who are unemployed, underemployed or employed and for targeted populations such as veterans, disabled persons, senior citizens and youth. Job seekers can fill out the form at the website below to request an appointment for job search assistance and job training programs.
Baltimore City residents can also fill out the online form at moed.baltimorecity.gov/job-seekers to get free employment services at a public location convenient for them such as a church, community center, restaurant, etc.
Youth Opportunity Community Centers
Westside Yo Center
1510 West Lafayette Ave. (Gilmore Street Entrance)
Baltimore, Md 21217
Eastside Yo Center
1212 N. Wolfe St.
Baltimore, Md 21213
Older teens and young adults ages 18-24 who are out of school and out of work can connect with academic classes, GED prep, job training, and other services through YO Baltimore.
Goodwill Industries Of The Chesapeake, Inc.
222 E.Redwood Street
Baltimore, Md 21202
Español: 410-837-1800, Ext.136
Provides resume preparation, mock interviews, and placement assistance.
Buena Alianza, https://goodwillches.org/programs/buena-alianza/, a program of Goodwill Industries, provides bilingual individualized services, job readiness, and placement assistance services. Individuals receive one-on-one assistance in finding gainful employment, confidential mentoring, and referrals for services in the community. From resume building to mock interviews, participants receive the help they need to enter the workforce.
St. Vincent De Paul Of Baltimore
3445 Park Heights Ave.
Baltimore, Md 21215
Good Harvest Food Service Training Program
1901 62nd Street, Suite 3906
Baltimore, Md 21237
Resource program that offers a complete range of supportive services designed to help individuals attain stabilization and self-sufficiency, including client-centered employment services.
2706 Pulaski Highway
Baltimore, Md 21224
Daily job placement services through CASA’s workers center as well as employment readiness training, OSHA and workplace safety training, and assistance with resume writing, online job searching, and job applications.
International Rescue Committee Baltimore
1900 N. Howard St. 2nd Floor
Baltimore, Md 21218
Assists refugees, asylees and other documented humanitarian immigrants with finding employment.
Esperanza Center | Catholic Charities of Baltimore
430 S. Broadway
Baltimore, Md 21231
Provides referrals and assistance with applications.
Immigration Outreach Service Center, Inc. / St. Mathews Catholic Church
5401 Loch Raven Blvd.
Baltimore, Md 21239
Assists with employment referrals
New American Cities Initiative (Lutheran Immigrant And Refugee Services)
3001 East Madison St. Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Provides career coaching, job search assistance, career advancement support, job training referrals, etc. to immigrants. Must have work permission. Sits at the Eastside Career Center. Call or fill out the form bit.ly/NACProgram22
*Includes services in Español/Spanish