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.
Please join the Baltimore Metropolitan Council for a Workforce Policy Briefing on two critical research projects impacting workforce development in Baltimore.
We all benefit when local economies offer equitable, stable jobs. Two new tools are being piloted in Baltimore to enhance the ability of companies and their employees to prosper.
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This report lays out a range of strategies that can help address Baltimore’s urgent need to do more to create new opportunities for the city’s large population of disconnected youth.
For over a decade, members of the Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative (BWFC) have supported a growing number of industry focused workforce development initiatives, and the outcomes are notable. Through these efforts, previously unemployed residents are getting industry recognized certifications and jobs with career advancement opportunities at impressive rates. This report highlights several of these initiatives and offers recommendations on how they can be expanded.
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