Join Maryland Philanthropy Network's Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative for a discussion exploring ways to expand the conversation about the jobs side of the workforce development equation, discussing tools for hearing perspectives on the real efficacy of an employment program, and using data to assess job quality. Guests will include JVS Boston and Civic Works.
Baltimore’s Promise is launching a Career Readiness Demonstration Model in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) and Baltimore City Schools.
REDF works with investment partners to close the gap between social enterprises and their capital needs. For 20 years, REDF has invested in and advised more than 100 social enterprises.
Please join the Maryland Philanthropy Network Workforce Affinity Group where we will hear from Elisabeth Sachs, Job Opportunities Task Force; Robin McKinney, Maryland CASH Campaign; John Nethercut
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.
Low math and literacy skills disqualify many men and women from training programs that provide occupational skills needed to acquire family sustaining employment.
This event is sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, member of the Maryland Philanthropy Network.
Young people in Baltimore desire rewarding careers that create opportunities for their families and communities.
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.
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.
At this Maryland Philanthropy Network program, we will hear about the Sustainable Workforce Model from Laura Roberts of the Rockefeller Foundation and Liddy Romero of the Denver-based WorkLife Partnership.