Ignite Career Center
“The Ignite Career Center, of Jewish Community Services of Baltimore, has offered comprehensive employment assistance to both individuals and employers for over 80 years. Made up of Career Services, Employment Support Services and Employer Services, Ignite’s team of highly trained experienced professionals provides customized services to launch and enhance careers for job seekers regardless of age, experience, background, skill level, ability or location. Providing one-on-one coaching and customized services, we help our clients stand out in a crowd.”
Jewish Community Services’ Ignite Career Center had a website, but one that was a bit out of date and in need of modern upgrades to the look, feel, and functionality. While working with JCS on their main/public-facing website, we also took on the project of creating a brand-new site for the Career Center as well.
Working closely with the JCS team, speaking often to ensure the new Career Center website addressed the needs of both their staff members and their intended users, we were able to develop a polished finished product. Now, Ignite has a website that reflects the present-day professionalism that they offer to their own clients, providing a user-friendly experience for everyone, whether they’re updating the site or simply browsing for jobs.
We are confident that having worked with Jewish Community Services on this design will help them to engage and aid more people in their community in need of professional advice than ever. If you want to make sure that your organization is represented well online with a fully-modern site, then get in touch with Eyler Creative today!
“Eyler Creative has built two websites for me. In both cases, Rebecca & Justin were creative, responsive and patient. As a busy business owner, making time to get my ideas and content together was hard. They guided me through it, showing patience as well as the right amount of nudging to keep the project forward.
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