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.
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.
Linda Dworak, Director of the Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative, joined a panel of experts on WYPR's Midday program to speak about what can be done to scale-up effective workforce development programs so that more people can be trained for jobs that are in demand and that pay well.
When James Wahls came to the Annie E.
The Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative awarded $3.4 million in grants to support 88 summer programs for children and youth living in low-income families throughout Baltimore, officials announced Thursday.
Baltimore’s anchor institutions have begun to make progress towards more inclusive hiring and procurement practices by partnering together and sharing ideas, a report finds.
This new report highlights ongoing initiatives to create jobs through economic inclusion in Baltimore. Through interviews, it documents best practices and finds that the strategies create benefits for individuals, businesses and institutions.
Update from the Baltimore Integration Parntership, including a recap of the 3rd Annual Maryland Workforce Outlook Forum, co-hosted by BIP, Towson University and the Governor's Workforce Development Board. Learn more at www.baltimorepartnership.org.