- If you are receiving Food Supplement Benefits (formerly Food Stamps), you may participate in the Making it Work job readiness program at the Young Parent Support Center.
- If you are receiving Temporary Cash Assistance, please visit Job Network.
- If you are receiving "Section 8" (Housing Choice Voucher Program), you may qualify for the Family Self-Sufficiency Program.
Employment Assistance Beyond the Department of Social Services
- Baltimore County Office of Workforce Development (BCOWD) helps residents seeking jobs with training and services.
- Among the services provided by the BCOWD is the Job Seeker Services program. This program provides career resources, job placement assistance and training opportunities.
- Baltimore County Department of Economic Development Info Bank is an interactive resource for economic, demographic and quality of life information on Baltimore County.
- The Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation's Maryland Workforce Exchange provides fast access to a complete set of employment tools in one website. Surveys have proven that users find it convenient and very useful.
- United States Department of Labor helps residents search for jobs through the Online Opportunities Recruitment System.
- United States Department Of Labor Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED and find and keep a good job. For eligible youth at least 16 years of age, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life.
- Department of Aging Senior Community Services Employment Program allows individuals age 55 and older to be subsidized in part-time community service positions not to exceed 20 hours per week and receive minimum wage.
- If you have a disability, please visit the Division of Rehabilitation Services.
- The Small Business Administration outlines the aspects of starting a business and provides the answers and information you need to start up.
Revised June 30, 2014
Revised April 6, 2016