Hosted by the Education and Workforce Development Affinity Groups, join us for a discussion with a panel of CTE systems leaders.
This is one of the few opportunities for philanthropy to make its case that the citizenship question should be removed from the census questionnaire. Regardless of whether public comments will move the Trump administration to reverse its decision, this establishes an important record for the public, Congress and the courts to consider.
Join us to learn about the Maryland Suspension Representation Project's work to reconnect students with school and needed supports, hear how this can improve school systems and reduce school push-out and racial disparities in discipline, and share your ideas for keeping students in school.
During this webinar, hosted by the Funders Committee for Civic Participation, we will explore how grassroots leaders have taken these moments, or helped create these moments, to build long-term power in their communities and hear how funders have been supporting this work.
When the nominations of 149 Opportunity Zones across Maryland were announced in April by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development and the Maryland Department of Commerce, many across the state took notice. Join Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Community Investment Affinity Group to hear an overview of the program from Frank Dickson and Melissa Bondi.
The Early Education Data Collaborative was created to follow early childhood trajectories of children born to Baltimore City residents. Join us to hear from a panel of collaborative members. They will share research and data they've collected and learned to date as a member of the collaborative.
This session offers a panoramic view of policies and practices that are gaining traction in Maryland and leading toward a Zero Waste society. We will hear from Brenda Platt of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and Mike Ewall of Energy Justice Network, on trends in incineration, composting, recycling, etc. and their work with specific Maryland communities.
On June 6, Baltimore City announced a month-long request for proposal (RFP) period for the first round of disbursements from the $12 million Baltimore Children and Youth Fund. Attendees will learn more about the priority investment areas, grant review process, and public engagement throughout the process from members of the planning team representing Frontline Solutions, UPD Consulting and Associated Black Charities.
How do we best prepare students for 21st century careers and the future economy? There's a growing interest in finding ways to prepare students for a wide range of high wage, high skill and high demand jobs and careers. We will explore research related to CTE, best practices, models of success and challenges with preparing students for high wage, high skill careers.
Please join the Behavioral Health Funders Group to hear outcomes from this year's legislative session. We will hear from the following organizations: National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Maryland Chapter, Mental Health Maryland Philanthropy Network of Maryland and Behavioral Health System Baltimore.