CORNER COMMUNITY CENTER INC
The Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group (BJHSG) needs writers for our blog "Ready 2 ReBuild." Topics will be related to job searching, older workers, millennial job seekers, and a number of related topics, e.g. responses to articles about company practices, workplace bullying, the US Employment Situation report. We will ask for writers to research and compose a blog on certain topics and will be open to suggestions. Please send your resume and a writing sample. Writers will have a byline and can provide a biosketch.
About CORNER COMMUNITY CENTER INC
5802 ROLAND AVE, BALTIMORE, MD 21210, US
To enrich our community by providing a facility for worship, arts, education, recreation, and celebration for personal and collective growth.
You might know the building as your polling place or as your Girl Scout cookie- sorting place. Perhaps you are already a participant in one of the many organizations that use the space, such as the Baltimore Musicales or Children’s Village.
The Corner Community Center (CCC) wants to enhance and expand the use of this building and grounds at 5802 Roland Avenue. in order to enrich your opportunities to network with your neighbors, to learn about environmental changes you can make to your homes and yards to lessen run-off to the Chesapeake Bay, to offer speakers and programs that deal with concerns you have about our city, and to offer spaces for meetings or programs that you want to offer to the neighborhood - just to get started with the possibilities!
The Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group (BJHSG) is one of the 24 groups that meets at CCC. BJHSG, a volunteer-led group that provides emotional and spiritual support to the unemployed, is expanding to include a formal program of coaching, advocacy, counseling, mutual mentoring, volunteering,and connection to resources, for all persons seeking employment search assistance, with emphasis on long-term unemployed workers (defined as those who have been seeking employment for 6 months or more without success) affected by the Great Recession and those who are age 45-50+ workers. We have a variety of dynamic volunteer positions that will support our program expansion efforts.