Past Grants

Baltimore Alliance for Careers in Healthcare Inc.

$95,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of expanding the BACH Apprenticeship program’s Certified Medical Assistant and Licensed Practical Nurse career tracks at Total Health Care, a federally qualified healthcare institution.

Living Classrooms Foundation

$200,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of Project SERVE, a transitional employment program that enrolls up to 150 returning citizens a year, providing them with paid, on-the-job work experience.

Maryland Regional Direct Services Collaborative

$30,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of producing and disseminating a report on improving job quality for direct services workers in Baltimore.

Byte Back

$100,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of free digital literacy training for 100 low-income adults in Baltimore. By helping these adults master fundamental computer skills and Microsoft applications, Byte Back aims to help program graduates to earn IT certifications and secure jobs in IT.

Jane Addams Resource Corporation

$100,000 / 2022 / Workforce Development

In support of the Jane Addams Resource Corporation’s welding and computer numerical control (CNC) training for 46 low-income adults in Baltimore. JARC helps trainees earn industry-recognized certifications and start careers in manufacturing and construction.

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