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.
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.
In support of Maryland New Directions, which will provide 200 job seekers in Baltimore with one-on-one job coaching for immediate job placement as well as occupational skills training for careers in the transportation and logistics industry.
In support of the BioTechnical Institute of Maryland, which provides training for Baltimore residents to obtain jobs as entry-level technicians in the bio-pharma industry.
In support of the Center for Urban Families’ economic success programming, which helps over 200 Baltimore residents to find and maintain employment.
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