Career Resources in the Community
As a TU alumni, the Career Center has identified several resources in the community to assist you with your job search needs.
Baltimore City (Career Center Network)
The Career Center Network is Baltimore City’s primary provider of workforce development services to job seekers and businesses. The primary goal of the Career Center Network is to provide access to resources that prepare the local workforce to meet the changing needs of local businesses. As such, the Career Center Network ensures that city residents have easy access to a variety of employment, training, education and workforce development resources available within the region.
Baltimore County (Workforce Development Centers)
Meet with workforce development professionals to discuss job search strategies, employment referral and placement and other workforce services. Access copiers, faxes and phones for use in your job search. View videos and books and attend workshops on job search topics. Use computers equipped with Microsoft Office, Internet access and laser printers for your job search activities. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Enoch Pratt Free Library – Job and Career Information Center
Making career choices and finding job opportunities require good information. To meet this need, the Job and Career Information Center, located in the Business, Science and Technology Department (first floor of the Central Library at 400 Cathedral Street) provides a comprehensive collection of resources.
Maryland's One-Stop Career Centers
These centers are located throughout Maryland to serve job seekers. They use state-of-the-art technologies to match people with jobs.
The Professional Outplacement Assistance Center (POAC)
POAC provides assistance to individuals who are in the professional, executive, technical, managerial, and/or scientific occupations. POAC features a state-of-the-art computer lab with Internet access, individualized career guidance, and more.
Locate a Career Counselor (By State)
- National Board of Certified Counselors
- Click on your state
- Indicate the area of practice, “Career Development”
- You can narrow down your search by indicating the city, state and or ZIP code.
- Note: Most of these career counselors are in private practice and require a fee.
- National Career Development Association’s Counselor Search