We’ve compiled a list of local and national resources for you.


Maryland Workforce Resources

Other Maryland Resources

National Workforce Resources

  • America’s Career InfoNet – online resource library for wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions, nationwide employer contacts and career information.
  • Center on Budget and Policy Priorities – nonpartisan research and policy institute that conducts research and analysis on policies and programs that affect low and moderate income people.
  • Economic Policy Institute – a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank that seeks to broaden the public debate about strategies to achieve a prosperous and fair economy.
  • Enterprise Foundation – works with partners to provide low-income people with affordable housing, safer streets, and access to jobs and childcare.
  • ETA Workforce Community – The U.S. Department of Labor – Employment & Training Administration’s gateway to Workforce Investment Act information.
  • Good Jobs First – a project of the Institute on Taxation & Economic Policy, a nonpartisan, nonprofit research and education organization tracking government tax and spending policy issues.
  • Citizens for Tax Justice – non-profit, non-partisan research and education organization that works on government taxation and spending policy issues.
  • Jobs For the Future – a research, consulting, and policy organization focused on accelerating advancement opportunities for youth and adults.
  • National Association of Workforce Boards – represents business-led Workforce Boards that plan and oversee state and local workforce development and job training programs.
  • National Association of Workforce Development Professionals – a professional association for individuals working in the field of workforce development.
  • National Conference of State Legislatures’ Labor & Employment News
  • National League of Cities – the oldest and largest national organization representing municipal governments throughout the United States.
  • Public/Private Ventures – works to improve the effectiveness of social policies, programs, and community initiatives, especially as they affect youth.
  • National Skills Coalition – advocates for more effective federal education and training policies.
  • Working Poor Families Project – the WPFP partners with one or more nonprofit organizations, in each state, to strengthen state policies to better prepare America’s working families for a more secure economic future.