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Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces Next Stops on Public Safety Town Hall Tour, Adds Youth Violence Forum on May 13

Baltimore, MD. (April 24, 2014),
BALTIMORE, Md. (April 24, 2014)—Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Commissioner Anthony Batts, the Presiding Prelate Bishop William Phillips DeVeaux, and pastors of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church during their 198th session of the Baltimore AME Conference to announce the next two stops on her Public Safety Town Hall Tour and include an additional stop on the tour focused on youth violence. 

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Partnership OHEP Energy
Assistance Week

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

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 www.baltimorecity.gov/HireOneYouth 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

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 www.Horseshoebaltimore.com 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.

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