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- MyGoals for Employment Success
The MyGoals for Employment Success is a demonstration project for residents of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City public housing or participants in the Section 8 program between the ages of 18-56 who are unemployed or work no more than 20 hours per month. With MyGoals, housing residents can get connected with career coaching, job advancement, career training, GED courses, monthly incentives, financial fitness and up to date career
The HABC YouthBuild program is a partnership between Civic Works and the Mayor's Office of Employment Development and multiple workforce partners. The program offers intensive year round construction skills and academic training to youth ages 16 -24 with career specific and/or employment preparation skills leading to certification and employment. The program also includes post testing, job placement, evaluation, job retention and
- Service Coordination
The Service Coordination Program is for the provision of a Service Coordinator to coordinate supportive services and other activities designed to help Public Housing residents attain economic and housing self-sufficiency. Services are available in the Brentwood, Brooklyn, Cherry Hill, Douglass, Perkins, Gilmor, Latrobe, Westport, Allendale, J. Van Story Branch Senior Apartments, Lakeview Towers, Monument East, O'Donnell Heights and
- Meet Our Staff
Associate Deputy Director of Engineering & Capital Improvements; Construction Services; and Facilities Management Charles M. Aquavella 443-984-1790 Charles M. Aquavella is both a registered architect and planner with a Masters in Urban Design from Pratt Institute. He has over 25 years experience in the fields of architecture, construction, development and real estate. Mr. Aquavella has won several design awards; has been the principal
- Site Map
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- Peggy Webster
Margaret (Peggy) Webster joined HABC after a forty year career in the insurance, reinsurance and risk management business, the last ten years of which were spent as Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel of a reinsurer based in Ireland. Over her private sector career she held various project management and executive positions in organizational development, human resources, IT and
- Janet Abrahams
Executive Director, Housing Authority of Baltimore City Ms. Abrahams' career in public housing administration spans more than 20 years in which she has played key roles in developing innovative approaches to improving affordable housing communities and the quality of life for its residents. During this time, she served at three large housing authorities including the Chicago
- Careers @ Baltimore Housing
Thank you for your interest in a career opportunity with the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. Our applicant site is currently under construction. Please visit our website soon to apply for positions.
- Jeannine Dunn
Director of Strategic Initiatives Jeannine Dunn started with the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) in 2011 while it was operating under the name of Baltimore Housing. In her role as Special Assistant to the Commissioner/Executive Director, she worked for both Baltimore City's Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and HABC. She later became Senior Director
- NIcholas Calace
Mr. Calace has been involved with affordable housing programs since 1978 when he began his 21 year career with the New York City Housing Authority. He worked in research and policy development for seven years, three years in the development of new housing totaling over 10,000 units of production. He spent the next eight years in the Executive Department as Chief Operations Officer overseeing
- Jimmy Thomas
Jimmy Thomas has over 35 years of direct hands-on housing automation experience. For the last 15 years, he has served as the Chief Information Officer of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC), the 5th largest public housing authority in the country, and the Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), which were branded as Baltimore Housing until July 2017.
- PACE Program
PACE helps residents find employment and remain in the workplace; other benefits include pre-employment assistance counseling. Participants also receive retention services to help keep their jobs and increase earnings. Who is eligible? Residents of Baltimore City Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Program are eligible. Program participants must be at least 18 years of age and on the lease can