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Job training and employment opportunities for all individuals in need.
Access to steady employment enables individuals to help themselves and their families. We offer job training programs that educate and connect skilled workers to employers who need their help.
Catholic Charities of Baltimore assists individuals who are un- or underemployed by providing supports, skills training, resources, and job placement services intended to lead toward meaningful, sustainable employment.
Christopher Place Employment Academy
Residential employment program with education, training, and recovery support to formerly homeless men.
We serve Baltimore residents who are 18 or older and are interested in a career in the nursing field. It's our goal to offer aspiring nurses a rewarding career.
Personalized and financial support for college students on the path to graduation.
Learn to Earn
Two free internship programs for women in need of skills to find employment.
Level Up is a program that helps youth 18-24 with specific obstacles so they can find and keep a job.
My Brother’s Keeper
My Brother’s Keeper is a comprehensive community-based resource center in West Baltimore. My Brother’s Keeper offers a wide range of support to the community members of the Irvington neighborhood. From youth services to work development, we believe that reaching out with specific programs in the area while providing the community a safe place with a positive atmosphere can effectively engage families.
Our Daily Bread Employment Center
Providing lunch, legal services, health care, employment opportunities, and government benefits.
St. Edward’s Automotive Training
This program helps clients to increase their self-sufficiency and help obtain a career.
Intensive two-week employment preparation program.