Evidence from programs across the country suggests that outcomes for workforce development programs can be significantly improved by integrating a suite of additional financial stability services such as benefits screening, financial education, cr
Join us in hearing this briefing on the JAG model and its possible application for Maryland.
In July, Sagamore Development Corporation and the South Baltimore Six (SB6) Coalition announced a long-term investment partnership and community benefits agreement.
There is a steadily increasing demand for home-based services that allow older adults and people with disabilities to age in place and maintain dignity and independence.
Baltimore is home to 18,000 disconnected youth – young people ages 16 to 24 who are neither working nor in school. Several organizations are working collaboratively to create new paths to opportunity for these young people. Please join us for a stimulating forum with workforce development leaders, policy experts and youth leaders to explore what works and how to strengthen Baltimore’s approach.
Please join us at Maryland Philanthropy Network to discuss an important opportunity focused on developing education and employment pathways for youth ages 16-24 that are out of school and out of work.
Please join us for a program featuring Karina Fortuny, Research Associate at the Urban Institute's Center on Labor, Human Services and Population, who will provide summary demographic and socioeconomic information about two generations of Maryland's immigrant population. We'll end with a discussion about implications and topics for further exploration
By 2018, two-thirds of jobs in the American economy will require a post-secondary credential. Estimates note that over half of all Marylanders in their prime working years – 1.3 million adults between ages of 25 and 54 – lack a college degree.
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