Career Training Baltimore Low Income

Year Up is a national organization that provides professional career training to low-income young adults and helps them secure internships with top U.S. companies. Baltimore (college-based pilot program), Boston, Chicago, New York City, Providence, San Francisco Bay Area,

Community College realized that hunger and food availability created a barrier to retention and graduation for its low-income students. Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative/Association of Baltimore Area These partnerships emphasize the training and placement of low-income city

Baltimore Teachers Union PSRP Agreement AGREEMENT between the [BTU LOGO] BALTIMORE TEACHERS UNION AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, LOCAL 340 professional advancement through experience and appropriate career training, the Board and

2 CCBC Catonsville-Dundalk-Essex The Community College of Baltimore County Division of Continuing Education & Economic Development March, 2010

Training Birthdays, Anniversaries NCIA Career Opportunities The “20 Good Men” Referral Program The Newsletter of the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives Chairwoman Vicki Almond and Baltimore County Councilman Kenneth Oliver.

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♦ Computer training center ♦ Creative art room ♦ Exercise and fitness center ♦ Outdoor atrium ♦ Retail mall and gift and Career Development Center 2621 Lord Baltimore Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21244 443.780.1375 www.ncianet.org. Title: CDC Brochure.pmd

Advance in a family-supporting career are limited; and advancement strategies as well as skills training. Young (<25 years) Baltimore City low income mothers have the these characteristics: 3,500 young mothers in low income families,

These partnerships generally focus on training and placing low-income Marylanders in jobs, The Baltimore Alliance for Careers in Health Care improve their job performance and promote career advancement.

Baltimore City Council 100 N. Holliday Street, Room SCSEP was created as part of the Older Americans Act as a way to offer subsidized training for low-income adults 55 and older who are unemployed and have poor career goals. Through training assignments, seniors work 20 hours a week and

Banner Neighborhoods’ Home Maintenance Program provides small repairs and routine maintenance services to low-income senior citizens and and youth green jobs career awareness, training and household incomes are below 30% of the Area Median Income for the Baltimore

career development, job training, Baltimore’s One-Stop Career Center system is comprised of three strategically located One-Stop Career Centers and 2 satellite disabled, ex-offenders, low-income, or recipients of social services, incumbent