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Our mission is to promote equity in health and opportunity for Latinos by advancing clinical care, research, education, and advocacy at Johns Hopkins and beyond in active partnership with our Latino neighbors. Centro’s staff dedicate their time and expertise to promote excellence for Latino Health and organize working groups, who meet periodically. Centro’s staff also creates partnerships with the community, which are open to grow in number. Participants and accomplishments include Youth Summer Program, Teen Testimonios for Mental Health, Embajadores de Salud, Diabetes Prevention Program, and LFAB Latino families Advisory Board and Parenting Groups.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, 5200 Eastern Ave Mason F. Lord Bldg. Center Tower Ste. 4200 Baltimore MD 21224
AVID supports students both inside and outside the classroom for continued success. AVID provides some helpful sites and links to support student persistence and success leading up to and through higher education including online references for applying to college and information about scholarships and financial aid.
Job Readiness Program that lasts 2-4 weeks and focuses on what we call “hard and soft” skills which employers are looking for. These include good communication, getting along with others, having a positive attitude, interview skills, and much more. Program matches program participants with employers, and provides continual support after employment is attained.
22 Light St 5th Floor Baltimore MD 21202
The Department of Defense provides high schools with the Career Exploration Program as a career planning and exploration program. This is free to the schools and students and can provide career path information that students may not be considering. As part of the program, the ASVAB can be used in multiple ways. Your ASVAB results will help interpret your strengths from the interest inventory and to identify areas where you have an aptitude. Many people will also use the program results to help provide focus for their college major.
The mission of Art with a Heart is to enhance the lives of people in need through visual art. Art with a Heart brings its interactive visual arts classes to schools, community centers, group homes, shelters, hospitals, permanent housing facilities, and senior housing facilities. We also provide youth leadership programs for 10th and 11th graders and job programs for youth aged 14-24 years.
3355 Keswick Rd, Stable building Suite 104 Baltimore MD 21211
AZIZA/PE&CE Youth Programming (10yrs) is a progressive, social, entrepreneurship model developed to improve the quality of life of marginalized youth ages 12-24. It serves as an in-school, OST (out-of-school time) and summer program. AZIZA/PE&CE uses fashion, fitness, arts, music, mentoring, entertainment, and education to develop social, emotional, cultural, life, and critical thinking skills.
3503 N. Charles St Baltimore MD 21218
Applicants selected for participation in one of the apprenticeship programs will earn wages and receive benefits as they learn the skill set necessary for the position. With a combination of classroom instruction and on-the-job training, the apprenticeship program provides the perfect training environment. Upon completion of the program, the apprentice is promoted to the status of journey person.
Types of Apprenticeships: Automotive Mechanic; Electrical Mechanic; Housing Inspector; Instrumentation Technician; Maintenance Technician; Operations Technician; Tree Trimmer; and Utilities Installer and Repairer.
Programs run from 1 year to 4 years, depending on position. Stipends are available.
201 E Baltimore St Rm. 250 Baltimore MD 21202
Baltimore Conservation Leadership Corps (BCLC) is a five-week summer leadership program that helps high school students from Baltimore City develop job skills, remain physically active, and learn more about the environment through a variety of conservation projects.
2701 St. Lo Drive Baltimore MD 21213
Baltimore Youth Arts (BYA) is an arts education and job readiness program that providescreative and entrepreneurial opportunities to youth, with a focus on those who have contact withthe juvenile or criminal justice systems. Our mission is to assist young people in gaining thecreative, personal, and educational skills that will enable them to become leaders in theircommunities.We believe that the arts are a path towards social, emotional, and educationaldevelopment
116 W. Mulberry St. Baltimore MD 21201
The Baltimore Youth Film Arts Program offers city residents ages 16-29 the opportunity to learn camera skills, refine storytelling techniques, and create films and photographs to be shared at public screenings and exhibits and on the program website.
10 E North Ave Baltimore MD 21218
Blind Industries and Services of Maryland (BISM) provides vocational rehabilitation, continuous employment, and other resources to blind adults of Maryland. Youth focused services include the GLIDE (Gaining Leadership, Independence, Direction, and Experience) Program and work to independence programs.
3345 Washington Blvd Baltimore MD 21227
This program is an opportunity for Baltimore City Public School high school students to work alongside graduate students in the MICA Master of Fine Arts in Community Arts Program to develop innovative arts and social justice based programs with and for community.
1430 Carswell St Baltimore MD 21218
Building Communities Today for Tomorrow, Inc. (BCTT) serves children, adolescents, adults, and seniors who are at risk of removal from the home, community, or who are transitioning from residential settings back into the community.
2901 Druid Park Dr Suite A207 Baltimore MD 21215
GEDCO’s CARES Career Connection serves individuals seeking jobs and pursuing careers by providing one-on-one support from trained staff and volunteers. Services include one-on-one support for resume prep, cover letter writing, application assistance, interview coaching, GED, SSI employment support, and support in other barriers to employment.
1010 E 33rd Street Baltimore MD 21218
CFUF maintains an unwavering focus on addressing the key challenges of Baltimore’s urban families by working to connect fathers to their children, creating opportunities for economic and financial security through work, and providing access to other key interventions and supportive services. Our unique service model, Family Stability and Economic Success (FSES), is an integrated and comprehensive approach to addressing the needs of our target population. Services offered through the FSES Model target two critical areas: chronic unemployment and family instability. Programs include:
2201 N Monroe St Baltimore MD 21217
YouthBuild gives a second chance to Baltimore City youth who have dropped out of high school. We provide construction training and certifications, assistance in earning a high school diploma or GED, and job placement services. Civic Works strengthens Baltimore communities through education, skills development, and community service. We are a non-profit working in Baltimore communities for over 20 years, and we are deeply committed to service.
2701 St. Lo Drive Baltimore MD 21213
We provide a wide range of innovative in-school, after-school, and summer programs in partnership with community organizations, Baltimore City Public School System, local government, and industry. We expose youth to key concepts early, help them develop 21st century skills and capabilities, and build pathways from school to jobs and higher education. Our team of dedicated and knowledgeable instructors travel between 22 partner sites, teaching key skills in under-served areas.
We host our after-school program (Prodigy Program) Monday-Thursday and on occasional Saturdays. We ask students to commit to a minimum of 3 hours a week. Codeworks is hosted during the summer.
10 E North Ave Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21202
The Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN)’s mission is to work in partnership with the community to develop, operate, and support programs that reduce vulnerability and promote personal growth, stability and self-sufficiency among low-income residents. We do this by providing shelters, eviction prevention, budgeting, after school and summer programming, weatherization and a food pantry.
Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN) operates three shelters. Homeless individuals seeking Emergency Shelter must call the Baltimore County Department of Social Services at 410-853-3000 (prompt #2 for Homeless Screening Unit/Adult Services) in order to be referred to an emergency shelter in Baltimore County.
7900 E Baltimore St Baltimore MD 21224
Apprentices gain an opportunity to work in well-paying jobs such as sheet metal worker, operating engineer, electrical, plumbing and steam fitter, carpentry, and other trades occupations. We partner with union and non-union apprenticeship programs to combine on-the-job training and classroom instruction. Work full-time as an apprentice and take a structured series of courses which includes content that supports the tasks you perform at work. Each apprenticeship offers a specialized program that will take from three to five years to complete and leads to a Journeymen certificate.
800 S Rolling Rd Business Education and Social Sciences Hall, Room 100K Catonsville MD 21228
CLIA’s introduces Baltimore City students to law and policy while teaching them to be critical thinkers, problem-solvers, active citizens and community leaders. CLIA develops young people to be leaders by connecting them to opportunities to amplify their voices, cultivate their skills, and actively participate in the process of positive community change.
520 W Fayette St Suite 140 Baltimore MD 21201
The Community Youth Corps program prepares teens 13-17 for future employment, academic success and positive interaction by providing meaningful opportunities to earn service learning hours while working at various Enoch Pratt Free Library branches including the Central Library.
400 Cathedral Street Baltimore MD 21201
CUPs Coffeehouse is a social enterprise that seeks to empower at-risk youth, build community, and provide great food at reasonable prices. CUPs works with Project I CAN to give Baltimore City youth and young adults opportunities to gain the necessary skills to be successful in the culinary and hospitality industries. Participants receive training to gain the hard and soft job skills that are necessary and applicable in the restaurant field and service industry.
3216 Belair Rd Baltimore MD 21213
Diamonds On The Rise is 501c3 youth development organization located in Baltimore City. We provide youth development enrichment programs and services.
Diamonds On The Rise provides after-school, summer camp, enrichment services, mentoring and tutoring to youth (5-18) and community mental health services to youth and adults (5-18/ 18 and over)
1800 N. Charles St Suite 900 Baltimore MD 21201
The Digital Harbor Foundation is a youth-maker space providing youth with an opportunity to be creative and productive through a variety of programming.The Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center is dedicated to providing youth with a space to make, and hands-on, real-world learning opportunities. Our youth programs include month-long elementary school programs, semester-long middle and high school programs, 2 week summer camps, and school day field trips.Tech Center delivers innovative, youth-focused technology education programs in high-growth pathways, ranging from digital fabrication (3D printing) to web development, electronics, and coding.
These programs aim youth toward career-readiness through both tech-skill and soft-skill development (such as innovation, perseverance, self-efficacy).
1045 Light St Baltimore MD 21230
The Druid Heights Community Development Corporation’s mission is to promote and encourage areas of community development and empowerment through numerous initiatives. The overall goal is to accelerate the revitalization of the neighborhood with self-empowerment, employment, and economic opportunities all while creating a stable and safe community environment. Our mission is to cause, encourage, and promote community self-empowerment through the development of economic, educational, employment and affordable housing opportunities.
2140 McCulloh St Baltimore MD 21217
The mission of the Dyslexia Tutoring Program is to teach low-income children and adults with dyslexia or a language-based learning disability to read. This is accomplished through a professional screening assessment and tutoring by volunteers whom we have trained in The Orton-Gillingham method of reading, writing, and spelling. Free one-on-one tutoring for dyslexic children and adults is available.
711 W. 40th Street Suite 310 Baltimore MD 21211
East Baltimore Youth and Family Services (EBYFS) provides counseling and support services for youth under 18 years of age and their families, with the goal of promoting youth development and preventing juvenile delinquency. EBYFS also provides youth and their families with cultural activities, employment opportunities, educational referrals, crisis intervention, information & substance abuse assessment, parenting skills groups, school based services, HIV/AIDS prevention, and information/referrals.
301 N.Gay Street Baltimore MD 21202
The one-stop centers are full-service facilities, with comprehensive services by staff and workforce partners with expertise in specific job preparation areas. Services include: Recruitment events for job openings, Job search assistance; Resume assistance; Skills training; Internet Access; Digital Learning Labs to learn basic computer skills; Self-service access to fax machines, telephones, copiers, scanners and printers; GED Training; and Criminal record expungement.
3001 E Madison St Baltimore MD 21205
Services offered include expertise in specific job preparation areas for job seekers as often as needed until employment is secured; “job seeker workshops” including application assistance, resume writing, and computer skills.
1410 Bush St Baltimore MD 21230
Esperanza Center is an immigrant outreach facility providing educational, health, family reunification, and immigration legal services, plus referrals and assistance for other services.
Esperanza Center serves youth in several capacities. In the Educational Services program, we offer an after-school and summer intensive English language program supporting the public schools, teaching youth English for school and community.
320 Cathedral St Baltimore MD 21201
This is a web app created for people with criminal records in Maryland. If you meet certain requirements, you can get your criminal record erased through a process called expungement. It’s a free online tool which helps determine, through a few simple questions, if your record can be expunged. The tool also suggests next steps which often include working with a lawyer. The entire online review takes less than 5 minutes.
Provides a number of services to Baltimore’s Latino community, including programs on computer literacy and financial education, college scholarship opportunities, and a development program to build a bilingual workforce.
11101 Resort Road Suite 107 Ellicott City MD 21042
Our programs operate as a “one-stop shop” for families and individual in crisis, helping them to achieve stability by meeting their basic human needs like food and clothing, then empowering them with the tools and resources necessary to build self-sufficient lives.
101 W 23rd St Baltimore MD 21218
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland is a community-based nonprofit organization founded in 1977. We provide support, education, outreach and advocacy for SGL/LGBTQ individuals and our allies, through programs, services, and resources.The GLCCB provides an affirming space, platforms for free expression, and resources for healthier living.
2530 North Charles St 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21218
GLSEN Maryland works to create safe, affirming schools for LGBTQ youth. We provide outreach and education to students and educators, host events and advocate for positive outcomes for LGBTQ youth.
8 Market Pl. Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21202
Goodwill offers a wide range of training classes, case management and career services all designed to help individuals find employment, improve their skill set or change career paths. Goodwill’s staff seeks to place job seekers in high growth industries with the potential for career growth, living wages and benefits. Each training program is individually tailored so that each person is able to achieve their desired goals. Variety of 6-10 week training classes, case management, and career services; clerical, custodial, and computer training; GED prep; GNA prep and readiness
222 E Redwood St Baltimore MD 21202
Great Kids Farm facility is in partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools where we educate children from K-12 about sustainable and healthy eating. Their experience at the farm provides exposure to the outdoors, an opportunity to learn about the natural environment and food systems, and is sometimes their only field trip for the year. The farm also provides fresh vegetables and fruits for cafeterias in Baltimore City Schools.
6601 Baltimore National Pike Catonsville MD 21228
Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake has an open-door policy: All who believe that everyone needs a decent, affordable place to live are welcome to help with the work, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, political views or any of the other distinctions that too often divide people. In short, Habitat welcomes volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds and also serves people in need of decent housing regardless of race or religion. Multiple programs are designed for students and youth.
Homeownership Program: A 12-18 month program for first-time homebuyers who want to own an affordable home in Central Maryland.
HabiCorps: 10.5 month-long hands-on training program for individuals facing employment barriers. HabiCorps Trainees earn a living allowance while building affordable homes with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake.
3741 Commerce Drive Suite 309 Baltimore MD 21227
Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition Youth Opportunity Center (HEBCAC-YO) addresses the education, counseling, and career development and training needs of out of school youth in East Baltimore. Our caring and knowledgeable staff provides: on site GED and pre-GED classes; individual and group counseling; career training in high growth industries (such as healthcare, hospitality, and construction); life skills workshops and clubs and other fun social activities. YO! serves out-of-school youth and young adults by providing wide-ranging support services and opportunities for participants to reach their academic and career goals. We also connect youth to other needed wrap-around services such as housing, family support and healthcare by referral.
1212 N Wolfe St Baltimore MD 21213
As the private-sector component of YouthWorks, Hire One Youth is a way for local employers to join the city in creating valuable summer employment opportunities for Baltimore’s teens by hiring at least one young person.
Hire One Youth is a program where employers will pay for youths’ wages themselves. Hire One Youth participants get to have a special job-readiness training that will teach them important job skills to help them get better jobs in the future.
101 West 24th Street Baltimore MD 21218
The Holistic Life Foundation is a Baltimore-based 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to nurturing the wellness of children and adults in underserved communities. Through a comprehensive approach which helps children develop their inner lives through yoga, mindfulness, and self-care HLF demonstrates deep commitment to learning, community, and stewardship of the environment. HLF is also committed to developing high-quality evidence based programs and curriculum to improve community well-being.
2601 N Howard St Suite 130 Baltimore MD 21218
Immigration Legal Services provides low-cost legal counseling and representation in immigration matters. We assist clients and their family members seeking to obtain, extend or retain lawful immigration status or citizenship in the United States and also provide them with English classes and medical attention.
430 S Broadway Baltimore MD 21231
The Immigration Outreach Service Center, Inc. (IOSC) at St. Matthew Catholic Church is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to serving Baltimore’s immigrants regardless of immigration status, ethnicity, or religious affiliation. Our mission is to partner with and empower immigrants in the Baltimore area to lead successful lives in the United States. We are dedicated to being the hub from which our clients build the networks of relationships that best serve them.
5401 Loch Raven Blvd Baltimore MD 21239
Job Corps is the largest career training and education program in the country for people ages 16 to 24. Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. Maryland has 2 Job Corps locations: Woodland Job Corps Center and Woodstock Job Corps Center. Other locations exist across the country – each with a variety of training in over 100 hight growth occupations.
218 N Charles Street Suite 301 Baltimore MD 21201
JOTF develops policies and programs to increase skills, job opportunities, and incomes of low wage workers and job seekers in Maryland. Programs include JumpStart, which prepares city residents to become licensed carpenters, plumbers, or electricians, and the MD CASH Campaign, which provides financial counseling, education, and advocacy.
201 N. Charles Street Suite 2404 Baltimore MD 21201
Clinic focuses on primary care. We are a community-based clinic.
1000 E Eager St Baltimore MD 21202
Liberty’s Promise supports young immigrants in need while encouraging them to be active and conscientious American citizens. Our programs aim to make the immigrant experience an affirmative one for young newcomers while instilling in them a sense of pride and support for American ideals of democracy and freedom. Our services include after-school and internship programs designed to help immigrant youth become more involved in their communities while pursuing their desired educational and professional goals.
340 South Highland Ave. Baltimore MD 21281
MATP provides a listing of apprenticeship and training programs in Maryland. MATP does not place individuals into apprenticeship programs. Apprenticeships are jobs and, therefore, must be applied to through the individual apprenticeship program sponsors.
MATP provides viewable links to apprenticeship program sponsor websites can help with the search. Contact a program directly to learn how to apply and what the timeframe for applying and receiving a response is. In addition, the related classroom instruction may determine the application dates for some apprenticeship programs. This means that some apprenticeship programs will only accept applications at specific times of the year. In some cases, it may be months from the date of application to the date of interview.
Living Classrooms Foundation strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as “living classrooms.”
Program Locations (after-school programs):
The UA House at Fayette (1100 E. Fayette St),
The POWER House Community Center (316 S. Caroline St),
The Park House (200 S. Linwood Ave),
BUGS (802 S. Caroline St),
Fresh Start (802 S. Caroline St),
Workforce Development Center (1100 E. Fayette St),
The Adult Resource Center (901 N. Milton Ave),
Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center (1000 Frankfurst Ave)
1417 Thames Street (main offices) Baltimore MD 21231
Loving Arms, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) community based organization located in Baltimore City, Maryland. We provide short term, safe and nurturing shelter and supportive services (both residential and non-residential) to unaccompanied, homeless children, and young adults, age 12 to 24. These children are known as throwaways, runaways, homeless, or unstably housed children, many who are victims of human and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST).
3313 Oakfield Ave Gwynn Oak MD 21207
As the state’s primary social service provider, the Maryland Department of Human Services serves over one million people annually. The Department, through its 24 local departments of social services, pursues opportunities to assist people in economic need, provide preventive services, and protect vulnerable children and adults in each of Maryland’s 23 counties and Baltimore City.
311 West Saratoga St Baltimore MD 21201
The FoodWorks Program offers a fresh start to low-income individuals with 12-weeks of intense culinary training. Students learn basic cooking skills while converting fresh produce and other perishable foods into healthy meals for distribution to those in need. Over the course of 12-weeks, students participate in a curriculum that includes fundamental culinary techniques, nutrition, menu planning and job-seeking skills.
2200 Halethorpe Farms Rd Baltimore MD 21227
Maryland New Directions (MND) is a 44-year-old award winning non-profit organization offering no-cost employment coaching and specialized career training programs for Baltimore area residents, ages 18-60 years of age. MND works with over 350 motivated job-seekers annually, most of whom face significant obstacles in finding a job or establishing a new career.
Our holistic approach and valuable employer partnerships create opportunity for long-term careers and remarkable outcomes that include industry recognized credentials, a livable wage ($12.25/hourly average), and an impressive employment retention rate of 82.5% (1 yr) for our graduates
2700 N Charles St Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21218
MOED’s Youth Services division provides the City’s future workforce with the tools they need to succeed in careers in local high-growth industries. The division operates Baltimore City’s Youth Summer Jobs Programs, as well as job-training opportunities through Youth Opportunity Baltimore and Youth Partner Programs.
101 West 24th St Baltimore MD 21202
Promotes community well-being, economic development, and the integration of immigrant communities by identifying needs and opportunities that immigrants bring to our city, while developing public-private partnerships to strengthen the development of these communities. Sponsored events include but are limited to Baltimore Welcoming Week, Immigrant Heritage Month, Immigration Action, New Americans Task Force, and communityMATTERS Newsletter.
100 N Holiday Street Baltimore MD 21202
My Brother’s Keeper aims to increase employment among young adults in Irvington. We provide access to the assistance of Baltimore City agencies and non-profit job assistance programs, as well as access to local businesses and employers. We seek to transform the community by changing the attitudes towards employment and education. By providing better options for employment, emphasizing continued education and sharing resources among partners, we can make the Irvington community not only a better place to work, but a better place to live. Comprehensive services for job seekers; job postings board, resume writing and computer skills; group sessions and information sessions with different organizations/companies.
4207 Frederick Ave Baltimore MD 21229
New Pathways educates and empowers disconnected young adults to overcome the obstacles placed in their path that prevent them from reaching their full potential. We help teenagers aging out of the foster care system and serve young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 who are at risk of falling behind, or worse, losing their way altogether.
We provide independent living programs for foster youth and foster parenting youth ages 17-21 (State-wide) and workforce development services for disconnected youth ages 18-24 in Baltimore City and County.
1045 Taylor Avenue Suite 21 Towson MD 21286
The one-stop centers are full-service facilities, with comprehensive services by staff and workforce partners with expertise in specific job preparation areas. Services include: Recruitment events for job openings, Job search assistance; Resume assistance; Skills training; Internet Access; Digital Learning Labs to learn basic computer skills; Self-service access to fax machines, telephones, copiers, scanners and printers; GED Training; and Criminal record expungement
2401 Liberty Heights Ave Mondawmin Mall, Ste. 302 Baltimore MD 21215
Patterson Park Audubon Center is a leader in environmental education, urban bird conservation, and community development projects in southeast Baltimore and operates in partnership with many local organizations and neighbors.Teaching students the story of migrating birds that stop to rest and refuel in this urban oasis and engaging residents in greening their neighborhoods while helping birds, Audubon connects people with nature.
Through education programs and community stewardship activities, Patterson Park Audubon Center is improving the vibrancy of Baltimore City and increasing the habitat for its wildlife
2901 E Baltimore St Box 2 Baltimore MD 21224
Our mission is to help close the skills gap deficiency that America faces. Our programs build 21st century skills young people need to fill high-demand, high-skilled, high-wage earning careers as video producers and directors.
1 E Chase St Studio 1134 Baltimore MD 21202
PACE (People Accessing Continued Employment) assists Baltimore Housing residents with obtaining and maintaining employment. Services include direct job placement, post-placement support, skills training, job replacement and job retention services (help with keeping your job). PACE designs programs specifically for those who are newly employed and in need of support, as well as those who have been out of the workforce for extended periods of time.
201 N Aisquith St Baltimore MD 21202
Our mission is to provide disadvantaged women with the tools needed to obtain a career and gain financial independence. We support women who are in college, trade school, the work force, and military bound, as well as their families and local communities
8721 Lackawanna Ave. Baltimore MD 21234
The Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project seeks to improve the lives of Baltimore’s youngest refugees by supporting their academic needs and making their integration simple and meaningful. RYP is committed to its mission of creating a safe environment for refugee children to improve their literacy skills, enhance their knowledge of American culture, engage in enriching extracurricular activities, and grow to be confident, caring individuals.
710 E Lombard St Baltimore MD 21202
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Roberta’s House is a safe place where children, teens and adults discover that they are not alone in their grief. Children with their families share their feelings, memories and experiences in an atmosphere of acceptance with the love and support of trained volunteers.
2510 St. Paul Street Suite 101 Baltimore MD 21218
Soccer Without Borders uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing under-served newcomer youth a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success. SWB provides year-round soccer programming as well as English language support, academic enrichment, and leadership opportunities for youth participants. Additionally, SWB offers a Family Mentor program as well, working closely with families as they adjust to their new lives in Baltimore.
3700 Eastern Ave Baltimore MD 21224
We offer range of programs and services to meet the needs of Reservoir Hill residents. We help by providing programs, information and resources to assist in their journey. Programs include youth development, job readiness courses for youth and adults, personal finance courses, free book exchange, literacy program, STEM, and summer service program for youth. We provide education through our after school and Summer academic and enrichment programming.
2405 Linden Ave Baltimore MD 21217
7111 Park Heights Avenue Suite 503 Baltimore MD 21215
Surface Project is an apprenticeship program that works with individuals with high barriers to employment and shows them the skills to take locally sourced reclaimed materials and create value-added products, like table surfaces. Apprentices learn the business from start to finish, while sales of these products go towards creating full time jobs for graduates who successfully complete the program.
417 E Oliver St Baltimore MD 21202
Clubs offers children and youth an opportunity to interact with their peers in a structured and supervised environment. The Clubs work collectively with families, schools, and outside agencies to provide at-risk youth, ages 6 to 18, with fun educational, recreational, cultural, and technological experiences, helping them to build new friendships, learn new skills, and explore their own talents and strengths. Programs provided also promote teamwork, healthy lifestyle choices, and community involvement.
215 N Calhoun St and 1400 Fuselage Avenue Baltimore MD
Participants learn practical life skills through 4-H leadership and citizenship training, civic education, healthy lifestyles, nutrition, entrepreneurship, workforce development, service-learning, photography, STEM, public speaking, gardening, fashion review and the Clovers Program.
6615 Reisterstown Road Suite 201 Baltimore MD 21215
The Westside Youth Opportunity Center (Westside YO) works with Baltimore City residents between 18 and 24 years old. We are primarily a career development program that includes a full academic program ranging from adult basic education all the way to GED preparation. We are youth development based with case management at or core.
1510 W Lafayette Ave Baltimore MD 21217
Through media arts education, Wide Angle Youth Media cultivates and amplifies the voices of Baltimore youth to engage audiences across generational, cultural, and social divides. Our programs inspire creativity and instill confidence in young people, empowering them with skills to navigate school, career, and life.
2601 N Howard St Suite 160 Baltimore MD 21218
The League offers a wide range of services to assist youth in discovering interests & abilities, setting realistic goals, and preparing for and securing employment. Utilizing a supported employment philosophy, we promote the achievement of independence for each of our participants. Through the use of technology, individual support and person-centered planning, our program has placed individuals in a wide array of successful employment opportunities. Services offered include Career Assessment, Employee Development Services, and Employment Services including Job Development, Job Placement, Job Coaching and On-Going Supports.
1111 E. Cold Spring Lane Baltimore MD 21239
WorldSchool Mosaic offers families an integrated, inspirational, progressive model for raising highly self-appointed children who become productive self-actualized young professionals and entrepreneurs. We provide the spaces and experiences that make academia relevant and applicable now. Our STEEM-centered workshops, signature events and education advocacy guidance for children, parents and their village vanguards give our communities a congruent, actionable blueprint for achieving academic, collegiate, professional and entrepreneurial goals for every child and family we touch.
WorldSchool Mosaic: Innovations (Prek-6th grade)
WorldSchool Mosaic: EAGLE Society (7th-12th grade)
Baltimore MD 21202
Year Up’s mission is to close the Opportunity Divide by providing young adults with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education. We are a Higher Education/Workforce Development Program for young adults 18 to 24 years of age. We provide a one year long program – 1st 6 months (Learning Development in IT, Advanced IT, and Business Operations) and 2nd 6 months our opportunity youth go on internship with one of our corporate partners, i.e. Carefirst, Johns Hopkins, Bank of America, and Exelon, just to name a few.
2600 Liberty Heights Ave South Pavillon 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21211
YES Drop-In Center is Baltimore City’s first drop-in center for homeless youth. YES Drop-In Center is a safe space for youth who are homeless and between the ages of 14-25, to get basic needs met and establish supportive relationships with peer staff and allies that them make and sustain connections to long-term resources and opportunities.YES prevents and eliminates youth homelessness through the synergy of youth, peer and ally partnerships. The organization’s vision is that all of Baltimore’s youth will easily access supportive services and stable housing to become powerful in their own lives.
2315 N Charles St 1st floor Baltimore MD 21218
The Youth Sports Program (YSP)is a 501 C (3) Non-profit organization that provides a variety of exciting sports activities for children and their families. We are dedicated to the provision of extra-curricular sports and activities to support family involvement and physical and social skill development for children.
4633 Furley Ave Furley Recreation Center Baltimore MD 21239
The mission of Maryland’s Youth Employment Program is to guide youth to achieve personal goals and prepare for career paths through empowerment, education, and employment opportunities. The Youth Employment Program provides tools for Maryland youth between the ages of 14 and 21 to fulfill their educational goals and explore the world of work by providing educational support, leadership development, and work training.
Baltimore City’s YouthWorks summer jobs program matches young people between the ages of 14 and 21 to five-week work experiences with private sector, nonprofit, and city and state government employers. The program will operates 2 sessions in the summer. The program targeted matches jobs to older teens’ career interests and emphasizes effective work behaviors and financial literacy for all participants.
101 West 24th Street Baltimore MD 21202