In support of capital costs to establish an Excel Center adult high school in Baltimore City, where 165 adults can earn a high school diploma and industry-specific certifications, tuition-free.
In support of capital expenses for an office expansion project that will allow Intersection of Change to develop and implement enhanced core programs.
In support of developing a substitute teacher pipeline in Baltimore City comprising 25 undergraduate students from Johns Hopkins University.
In support of the BioEYES science experience operating in 40 Baltimore City Schools, serving an estimated 3,000 students.
In support of Baltimore Healthcare Innovator Retention fellowships for Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering graduates to address critical healthcare challenges, accelerate product development, and investment and create local jobs.
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