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Partnership OHEP Energy
Assistance Week

Pinned on: Friday, June 13, 2014

Struggling to pay your energy bills? Energy assistance grants are available!

The Mayor's Office of Human Services Community Action Partnership presents OHEP Energy Week, in partnership with the Office of the Mayor, BGE, and the State of Maryland DHR. You do not need to have received a turn-off notice to apply for energy assistance. You may be eligible for help with your energy bill, based on household income.

To apply for energy assistance during OHEP Energy Week, join us at Morgan State University, rather than any of our Community Action Centers. Try to arrive early, because assistance can only be provided for the first 600 people each day.

NOTE: All Community Action Centers and OHEP (2700 N. Charles Street) will be closed from July 1 – 3.

For more information, or to find out if you qualify, please call 410-396-5555.

WHEN: July 1 – 3, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
WHERE: Morgan State University Student Center, Calvin and Tina Tyler Ballroom, 1700 E. Coldspring Lane

2014 Hire One Youth Campaign

Pinned on: Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Summer is right around the corner, and soon, thousands of young people will be employed through Baltimore’s nationally-recognized YouthWorks summer jobs program.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake urges private-sector businesses to join the more than 90 local companies and nonprofit organizations that have already committed to hiring nearly 500 teens and young adults through the 2014 YouthWorks “Hire One Youth” campaign. Local companies can interview and hire older job-ready YouthWorks participants.

Studies show that teens with early work experiences have better jobs and higher earnings as adults. If your company has not yet signed on, visit to complete the Hire One Youth commitment form, or call 410-396-JOBS (5627).

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Hosting its Biggest Hiring Event May 5-7

Pinned on: Thursday, March 27, 2014

Interested in landing a job and building a career at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore? Now is the time to apply for all positions! Horseshoe is looking for enthusiastic people with great attitudes, and Baltimore City residents can fill that need. On May 5, 6 and 7 Horseshoe Casino Baltimore will be hosting an “all positions” hiring event at M&T Bank Stadium, Northeast Entrance, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Job seekers are encouraged to come dressed for success and be prepared to stay up to four hours. They can save time by completing the online application at before they arrive. On-the-spot interviews will be conducted and actual job offers made!  All kinds of positions are available, including those in security, slots operations, food and beverage, and more. You must be 21 years old and walk-ins are welcome.

Open City Hall

Pinned on: Monday, March 03, 2014

Open City Hall is an online forum for civic engagement. Read what others are saying about important Baltimore topics, then post your own statement. City officials will read the statements and incorporate them into their decision process. The first topic is up now, check it out here

The Horseshoe Legendary Academy

Pinned on: Friday, January 24, 2014

The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development presents the Horseshoe Legendary Academy to give Baltimore residents information about the Horseshoe Casino brand, hiring requirements, and career possibilities. Gain a competitive edge and receive hands-on practice with the skills necessary for successful employment with the Horseshoe Baltimore Casino. Special hiring consideration will be given to those who complete the Legendary Academy.


The Horseshoe Legendary Academy will be offered at a number of locations throughout the city. Space is limited, so please RSVP. To find a location near you, or to register, visit at For more information, call 410-396-9030, visit, or email

Employ Baltimore – Ready to Work for You

Pinned on: Thursday, November 21, 2013

Get connected to a job by becoming a part of Employ Baltimore – Ready to Work for You, Baltimore City’s strategy to link residents to great paying jobs. Participants must have a high school diploma or GED and work experience. To learn more, visit one of Baltimore City's full-service career centers or neighborhood-based Community Job Hubs, head to, or call 410-396-3009. Get started on your career pathway today!


  • Northwest One-Stop Career Center: 2401 Liberty Heights Avenue, Mondawmin Mall Suite 302 (410-523-1060)
  • Eastside One-Stop Career Center: 3001 E. Madison Street (410-396-9030)
  • Baltimore Works One-Stop Career Center: 1100 N. Eutaw Street (410-767-2148)



  • Bon Secours Community Works: 26 N. Fulton Avenue (410-362-3629)
  • Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation: 5513 York Road (410-532-7117)
  • My Brother’s Keeper: 4207 Frederick Avenue (410-644-3194)
  • Southern Community Action Center: 606 Cherry Hill Road (410-545-0900)
  • Transforming Life Church of God: 4801 Sipple Avenue (410-485-6193)

MOED Job Seeker Workshops

Pinned on: Thursday, October 24, 2013

Join the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development for How to Hit the Career Jackpot. This workshop series is a resource for job seekers interested in learning about employment opportunities with Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, which will create 1,700 new jobs in Baltimore.

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is expected to open in summer 2014, so take this opportunity to prepare! Workshops will provide an introduction to Horseshoe Casino and offer hands-on practice with job interviews and the various skill assessments used in the hiring process.

The first of four workshops will take place on November 6, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM at the Southern Community Action Center Community Job Hub, 606 Cherry Hill Road. If you would like to participate, please RSVP to or call 410-396-3009. For more information about job opportunities with Horseshoe Casino Baltimore or the How to Hit the Career Jackpot workshop series, visit

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