Join the Education Funders and Workforce Development Affinity Groups for an update on Career and Technical Education (CTE) in Baltimore. We are pleased to once again host Dr. Rachel Pfeifer, Executive Director of College and Career Readiness of Baltimore City Schools, and Kumasi Vines, Director of Career Readiness, who will share how CTE instruction has shifted during the pandemic and to share the vision and draft 4-year plan for moving forward.
The Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship Program became available to applicants beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year.
Please join us for a conversation with Dr. Debra L. McCurdy, the new President of Baltimore City Community College. Dr.
Please join the Workforce Affinity Group to hear outcomes from this year’s legislative session. Our panel will share information about legislation that was passed and efforts that didn’t quite make it this year.
Join us for a panel discussion with area Deans of Education. The Deans will share their partnership with local school districts and organizations, teacher and school based career preparation and implications of recent and proposed education policy.
Dr. Jay Perman, President of University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), will host a luncheon to brief Maryland Philanthropy Network members on the UMB CURE Scholars Program, an initiative to connect West Baltimore youth with careers in medicine up to and including physicians and researchers.
Baltimore City Community College students comprise 31 percent of all Baltimore City residents currently enrolled as undergraduates in Maryland. Students may pursue one of 35 degree and 31 certificate programs.
Historically Black colleges and universities, including Howard, got a five-year pledge to build wealth and empowerment within the Black community.
Morgan State University received $1 million from Bank of America as a part of the corporation’s $25 million initiative to promote high-demand job skills among Black and Latino students.
Community College of Baltimore County is pleased to announce it has recently received a three-year, $213,237 grant from the Leonard and Helen R.