Career Center Appointments
The Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development currently offers residents who need assistance finding a job access to a number of tools, resources and services, including career planning, job search assistance, occupational skills training, skills enhancement training, access to labor market information, GED and literacy programs and career development workshops.
Residents can now use the Online Appointment Registry Portal to schedule appointments for self-service in-person resources, including computer resource labs, office technology, individual work spaces, and other services at the County’s Hunt Valley and Liberty Career Centers.
These in-person resources are available by appointment only to ensure appropriate physical distancing and implementation of other COVID-19 safety guidelines. Residents can sign-up at baltimorecountymd.gov/career-centers
“As we continue to see the ongoing impact and long-term shifts in our economy due to the pandemic, we remain committed to supporting Baltimore County’s job seekers,” said County Department of Economic and Workforce Development Director Leonard Howie. “During this critical time, we hope our County residents take advantage of this new system and the many services and resources offered to them.”
Customers can learn more about Baltimore County’s job seeker services by visiting the County’s website or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-887-8000.
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