The Mobile Job Center
The Mobile Job Center visits communities in Baltimore city to provide support where access to services can be challenging.
What can the Mobile Job Center help with?
The Mobile Job Center offers computers, books, information, and assistance for job seekers and career changers in Baltimore city.
The vehicle features twelve individual computer workstations, a print collection, and library staff to help with:
- Basic computer assistance
- Creating résumés and cover letters
- Databases on careers and test preparation
- Information on training programs
- Job searching and completing applications
- Preparing for job interviews
- Referrals to job and career organizations
- Referrals to Adult Basic Education and GED classes
- Registering for the Maryland Workforce Exchange
- Signing up for an email address
The Mobile Job Center is also equipped with a handicap lift as well as a large HDTV screen inside the vehicle for presentations, classes, and demonstrations. An awning and additional exterior HDTV screen allow for expanded group presentations.
Where can I find the Mobile Job Center?
Currently, the Mobile Job Center schedules stops in the following communities:
If you would like to request the Mobile Job Center for your community event, please fill out the Mobile Job Center Request Form.
For more information on schedules and locations, email email@example.com, or call 410-598-1897.
Support for the Mobile Job Center is provided by Sandra R. Berman, and by BGE, an Exelon company.
Where can I find more information on job and career resources from the Enoch Pratt Free Library?
The Job Seeker’s Toolkit provides access to information on:
- researching a career
- finding a job online
- completing an application
- preparing a resume and cover letter
- preparing for a job interview
- library classes and programs
Job and career workshops and services offered at the Library are listed on the Library’s online calendar of events.
The Job and Career Information Center provides additional resources including information on upcoming programs at Central Library and Branches.
Where can I find more information about getting a job?
The Maryland Department of Labor "provides job development and employment training as well as access to the Maryland Workforce Exchange: a powerful
online job seeker/workforce services system which provides a complete set of employment tools in one website.”
The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, or MOED, “coordinates and directs workforce development initiatives responsive to the needs of Baltimore City employers and job seekers.”