The size and scope of the 21st Century School Buildings Program opens up many business and employment opportunities.
Job announcements are posted through various outlets including hiring fairs, local media, and through the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development. Baltimore City residents are strongly encouraged to apply. Please visit a One Stop Career Center for pre-qualification. Locations are listed below.
For additional information regarding 21st Century School Job opportunities please send email inquiries or updated resumes to the 21st Century Hiring Coordinator Deral Falls or email@example.com.
Local Hiring Plan
As stated in the Memorandum of Understanding for the Baltimore City Public Schools Construction and Revitalization Act of 2013, the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) is charged with developing a comprehensive local hiring plan to support the goals of the Collaborative. This plan will leverage the resources of MOED’s One Stop Career Center Network and work collaboratively with a broad range of City educational, workforce/training, faith-based and community organizations to assist in the training and preparation of City residents for employment opportunities created by the 21st Century School Buildings Program. Download the Local Hiring Plan and Local Hiring Plan FAQs.
One Stop Career Locations
Northwest One-Stop Career Center
(home of the Re-entry Center)
2401 Liberty Heights Avenue
Mondawmin Mall – Suite 302
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Phone (410) 396-7873
hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm;
Tuesday 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
Eastside One-Stop Career Center
3001 East Madison Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Phone (410) 396-9030
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm ;
Thursday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Satellite Employment Center
Employment Connection Center
1410 Bush Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Phone (410) 396-1052
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Local Hire Report Last Update: 7/22/2021
|School||Total # of Local Hires|
|Fort Worthington Elementary/Middle School||70|
|Frederick Elementary School||52|
|Dorothy I. Height Elementary School||68|
|Wildwood Elementary/Middle School||66|
|Pimlico Elementary/Middle School||85|
|Arundel Elementary School||59|
|The Historic Cherry Hill Elementary/Middle School||76|
|Forest Park High School||140|
|Robert Poole (ACCE and Independence Schools)||95|
|Arlington Elementary School||62|
|The Lake Clifton Park Building||55|
|Bay-Brook Elementary/Middle School||23|
|Calvin M. Rodwell Elementary/Middle School||33|
|John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School||64|
|Mary E. Rodman Elementary School||38|
|Medfield Heights Elementary School||40|
The 21st Century School Buildings Program has partnered with Urban Alliance to provide educational, paid internships that provide operational and technical experience for high school seniors currently enrolled in City Schools CTE (Career Technology Education) programs.
Through this partnership, CTE students receive soft skills training, internship placement with a construction firm, case management, post high school planning support and ongoing professional development training throughout the school year and summer. Each intern is assigned a site mentor that provides meaningful tasks and experiences.
If you are a senior City Schools CTE student and are interested in hosting an intern, please send an inquiry to Nikki Brooks at: firstname.lastname@example.org or at (410) 366-5780. You may also visit www.theurbanalliance.org.
If you are representing a company that is interested in hosting an intern, please send an inquiry to Lakisha Jones, 21st Century School Buildings Associate, at email@example.com or at (443) 642-4600.