In support of enrolling 250 Baltimore City high school students in a training program that leads to their employment in entry-level positions that offer a career pathway in the Baltimore region.
For the second and final year of implementation support of the new Computer Science pathway in seven Baltimore City high schools in order to create a functional pipeline from school to jobs/post-secondary education in the computing and technology fields.
For continued support of the Green Career Pathways Out of Poverty program for Baltimore City residents.
To test implementation of the Peer Group Connection Transition and Peer Leadership Program with the highest-need City 9th-grade students, alternative students, and students returning to the school system.
In support of the eviction prevention program administered by the Samaritan Center.
For continued support of the Baltimore CASH Campaign, an initiative to increase the use of the Earned Income Tax Credit.
For continued support of the Baltimore City LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) program.
For support of the 2017-2018 National Academic League with teams in a minimum of 28 Baltimore City public schools with middle school grades.
In support of the 2017/2018 chess education program for over 750 K-12 students in up to 40 Baltimore City schools.
In support of BEC's efforts to organize the Campaign for Funding Adequacy, a campaign to fix Maryland's education funding formula.