Employment Opportunities

Reading Partners

AmeriCorps Program Coordinator (November, 2021-22) – Baltimore, MD
AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator (November, 2021-22) – Baltimore, MD
Reading Partners Community Relations Coordinator VISTA (2021-22) – Baltimore, MD

Employment opportunities available with the East Baltimore Research Project:

 What is the East Baltimore Research Project? 

The East Baltimore Research Project is a multiyear, multiphase community-led effort to equip residents with data about their own neighborhoods. It is based on the belief that residents know what they need and want to strengthen their neighborhoods, and they should have a voice in shaping changes in their communities.  In 2020 resident researchers created and administered a survey about priorities in the project area and found that housing, jobs, education and safety were top issues in the area. This year EBRP will build off this survey and develop new community engaged research projects focused on the priority issues. 

Community Advisor 

(CLOSES: Until Filled)

Documentarian Intern

(CLOSES: Until Filled)

Facilitator (Project Team Support)

(CLOSES: Until Filled)

Project Coordinator

(CLOSES: Until FIlled)

Are you ready to apply? 
Fill out their application online: http://bit.ly/EBRPapp2021    • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ebrproject/  • E-mail: eastbaltimoreadvisor@gmail.com 

The Urban Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer & by embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, age, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, military service, genetic information, and/or other status protected under law. 




If you are available and interested or know of individuals who might be interested, please share this information.  Below is a link to our many and current seasonal job openings here at the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development.

*        https://city-of-baltimore-mayor-s-office-of-employment-development.breezy.hr/p/f35f375d7c55-unit-supervisor

*        https://city-of-baltimore-mayor-s-office-of-employment-development.breezy.hr/p/75147f87a609-unit-clerks

*        https://city-of-baltimore-mayor-s-office-of-employment-development.breezy.hr/p/9db7e9ffad63-assessment-staff

*        https://city-of-baltimore-mayor-s-office-of-employment-development.breezy.hr/p/5781d5cc3563-help-desk-and-data-entry-clerk

*        https://city-of-baltimore-mayor-s-office-of-employment-development.breezy.hr/p/be19564b5c7e-career-navigator

*        https://city-of-baltimore-mayor-s-office-of-employment-development.breezy.hr/p/42e90013f4ac-job-developers

*        https://city-of-baltimore-mayor-s-office-of-employment-development.breezy.hr/p/3db58f51dd17-receptionist

National Lumber

National Lumber is excited to announce that we’re re-opening our student summer work program. Our program is for high school and college students looking to make some extra cash this summer, as well as learn about the building supply industry. The job involves the loading and unloading of materials, as well as assistance with material deliveries and is from 7 AM – 3 PM, Mon – Fri. If interested, please send an email johnz@nationallumber.biz for more details.

The Literacy Lab is Hiring

The Literacy Lab works to close the achievement gap by providing pre-K and elementary schools with evidence-based literacy intervention, full-time literacy tutors to implement the model, and assessment tools and a coaching support structure that ensures the success of the program and students. If you have an interest in education, non-profits, social justice, or community empowerment, we encourage you to consider their 10-month AmeriCorps program!

If you are a man of color, between the ages 18-24, who has a GED or Highschool Diploma please consider checking out their Leading Men Fellowship Program.

Seeking volunteers for

CIAA Tournament

For more information:

A’shonte Jones

(443) 418-1301