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.
With seed funding from a cross-section of philanthropic organizations, grants from the Baltimore Small Business Support Fund will help the organizations build capacity. The groups will also form a cohort to share best practices.
United Way of Central Maryland is one of the nationwide partnership locations for Ride United, which is an initiative designed to help overcome barriers to transportation, the organization said this month.
Amanda Cage, previously of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, will lead the organization’s work around good jobs, economic stability for all, and frontline worker advancement.
T. Rowe Price Group Inc. (NASDAQ: TROW) didn't need the 3,000-square foot space in its downtown Baltimore headquarters any longer for the investment center that served the company for years.
To grow the workforce that will advance the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, foundations ought to bring back approaches they relied on decades ago.
As socially conscious consumerism grows in Baltimore, companies that are committed to job quality are seeing a competitive advantage.
In our latest report, Scaling Workforce Development Programming in Baltimore, Linda Dworak of the Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative explores opportunities to scale up effective workforce development programming in Baltimore.