Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc. is committed to connecting residents of the Central and Kinsman neighborhoods with wealth-building opportunities in our neighborhood, our city, and our region.
If you are an employer who would like to have a job listed on this page, please email the position description to Joy Johnson.
If you see a job posted but lack the necessary qualifications to apply please contact Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc. We will do our best to connect you with relevant training and workforce development programs.
Professionals: Employment opportunities for job seekers of all skill levels at Cleveland non-profits, municipal agencies, institutions, small businesses, and corporations.
Students: Summer and seasonal employment opportunities available to high school and college students.
Cleveland Public Library – various locations
Posted: August 22, 2018
Deadline: August 31, 2018
Employment Training Programs
Vocational Guidance Services
VGS is a not-for-profit vocational rehabilitation agency that empowers individuals with physical disabilities, mental disabilities, a history of incarceration, or other barriers to employment.
Towards Employment assists individuals living near or below the poverty level who want to gain and retain employment, and work towards advancing their career.
Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland
CEOGC provides free services for low-income and underemployed residents in Cuyahoga County who are seeking the skills needed to become self-sufficient.
Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Youth Opportunities Unlimited equips teens and young adults ages 14-24 living in economically distressed areas with mentoring, employability skills training, industry-based credential training, career exploration, jobs, and internships.
ASPIRE at Tri-C
Adults sixteen and older who have skills below college level can enroll in the Aspire program at Tri-C.
Aspire provides free academic skills instruction for people who desire to be successful in college, training, or on the job.
Cleveland Job Corps
Since 1964, the U.S. Department of Labor has been providing free education and technical career training for young people ages 16 to 24 through the Job Corps program.
Ohio Means Jobs
Ohio Means Jobs is a collaborative workforce system of the City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County that helps local employers meet their human capital needs and assists job seekers to find success.
Urban League of Greater Cleveland
Through relationships and partnerships with local employers, ULGC is able to provide job seekers with employment referrals and placement services, career exposure, career advancement, seminars, coaching and long-term retention strategies.
Seeds of Literacy
Seeds of Literacy is a non-profit organization that provides FREE basic education and GED®, TASC®, and HiSET® preparation to adults in the Cleveland area.