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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.
3503 N. Charles St Baltimore MD 21218
1430 Carswell St Baltimore MD 21218
2901 Druid Park Dr A207 Baltimore MD 21215
7900 E Baltimore St Baltimore MD 21224
301 N.Gay Street Baltimore MD 21202
620 N Caroline St Baltimore MD 21205
430 S Broadway, Fell's Point Baltimore MD 21234
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.
2530 North Charles St 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21218
8 Market Pl. Suite 300 Baltimore MD 21202
1515 W North Ave Baltimore MD 21217
1212 N Wolfe St Baltimore MD 21213
2601 N Howard St 130 Baltimore MD 21218
1000 E Eager St Baltimore MD 21202
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.
1417 Thames Street (main offices) Baltimore MD 21231
3313 Oakfield Ave, Gwynn Oak Baltimore 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
100 N Holiday Street Baltimore MD 21202
3800 Frederick Ave Baltimore MD 21229
100 Kane Street Baltimore MD 21224
FREE Resume Creator Online write and print your resume in a few simple steps, many styles and options with tips to guide you. Easily update and edit your resume, no fees or memberships required. We also provide help and tips that show how to write a resume, the use of action verbs, the proper format, and printing tips.
2405 Linden Ave Baltimore MD 21217
400 East Pratt St 8th floor Baltimore MD 21202
Train Baltimore is your one-stop shop for information on job training and career advancement. It allows you to search and compare job training programs.
6615 Reisterstown Road Suite 201 Baltimore MD 21215
1510 W Lafayette Ave Baltimore MD 21217
1111 E. Cold Spring Lane Baltimore MD 21239
2315 N Charles St 1st floor Baltimore MD 21218
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.
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.
217 E Redwood St, Suite 1500 Baltimore MD 21202