Social Media Manager(s)
The Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group has an urgent need for Social Media Manager(s) (SMMs) to administer our social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn) and the BJHSG website. SMMs will be responsible for creating original text and video content, managing posts and responding to followers. Our SMMs help manage our brand in a cohesive way. Requires willingness to be up-to-date with the latest digital technologies and social media trends.
Ultimately, our goal is to be able to handle our social media presence ensuring high levels of web traffic and customer engagement.
• Perform research on current benchmark trends and audience preferences • Design and implement social media strategy to align with business goals
• Generate, edit, publish and share engaging content daily (e.g. original text, photos, videos and news)
• Monitor SEO and web traffic metrics
• Communicate with followers, respond to queries in a timely manner and monitor customer reviews
• Oversee social media accounts’ design (e.g. Facebook timeline cover, profile pictures and blog layout)
• Suggest and implement new features to develop brand awareness, like promotions and competitions
Co-Teachers, TEAMWORKS, Starts March 1st!
The Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group, a program of the Corner Community Center, seeks co-teachers to instruct and lead virtual sessions for newly laid off and long tern unemployed workers using our newly developed TEAMWORKS curriculum. The 12-week program provides 10-12 hours per week of live instruction via the Zoom platform. Participants complete an application, informed consents, and periodic surveys. The program is free of charge to participants, who have the opportunity to take several inventories (e.g. Strong Interest Inventory, Emotional Intelligence 2.0, Strengthfinders, and Predictive Index).
Co-Teachers may decide to teach a particular topic or cover a variety of topics throughout the course. The curriculum covers the following topics:
1. ReCharge by Getting Stated with TMWKS
2. Creativity/Energizing While in Transition
3. Stress Management/Maintaining Mental Health/Coronavirus Anxiety
4. Building a Support Network
5 ReDesign Your Job and Career Search
6 Engaging Your Entrepreneurial Spirt
7 Pitching and Networking
8 The Art of Job Search Documents and Interviewing
9 ReBuild Your Life/Job/Career
10 Cultural and Generational Competency
11 Financial Planning during Your Job Search
12 Resources for Life and Career
Curriculum Writers for TEAMWORKS
To help combat soaring unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group (BJHSG) is seeking unemployed workers from the Greater Baltimore area for a new intensive incubator program titled TEAMWORKS (TMWKS). This 12-week virtual program started in June 2020. BJHSG is currently recruiting for the first TMWKS cohort of 25 participants. The primary goal of the program is to prevent laid-off workers from becoming long term unemployed by quickly equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to make the best decisions about their lives and career paths. The program is free of charge to participants. BJHSG will launch the third and fourth sessions of the TMWKS program in March and September 2021, respectively, to serve a total of 50 adult participants who have lost their jobs due to the COVID pandemic or other layoffs within the last 6 months. The TMWKS curriculum challenges participants to ReCharge, ReDesign, and ReBuild. The "Three Re’s" material is Page 2 of 2 presented simultaneously throughout the 3-day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday), 10-12 hours per week program in a 100% virtual format. Each participant will be expected to complete class and homework assignments and meet with a career coach and a counselor biweekly. In addition, participants will complete entrepreneurial training, a LinkedIn Bootcamp, a unique visioning workshop, and sessions on creativity, mindfulness, and good mental health. We need curriculum writers and teachers with lesson planning expertise to help us turn our eclectic selection of textbooks into lesson plans using a specified BJHSG format. Writers will be provided with a copy of the book, which they may keep, and will be credited for their work. Books that we would like to have converted into lessons plans: 55, Unemployed and Faking Normal, Elizabeth White Forgive for Good, Fred Luskin Getting Unstuck, Timothy Butler A Mind at Home with Itself, Byron Katie Crucial Conversations, Patterson, McMillian and Switzler Power Moves, Lauren McGoodwin The New Rules of Work, Cavoulacos and Minshew
Group Meeting Leaders
The Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group, a program of the Corner Community Center, seeks group counselors/co-leaders to help develop and deliver content and facilitate discussions at our weekly meetings on Tuesdays, 1-2:30 pm. This opportunity can be tailored to meet the requirements of human services interns, counseling practicum students, counseling interns who need group experience and LGPCs. The BJHSG meets year-round.
BJHSG always welcomes volunteers! If you find a position that you are interested in, send us a message through our website or visit our volunteer listing on volunteermatch.com. Please include the title of the position and your resume. We hope you will join us in our venture.