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Baltimore Conservation Leadership Corps (BCLC) is a five-week summer leadership program for 18-21 year olds 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
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
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.
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2701 St. Lo Drive Baltimore MD 21213
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
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
JobCorps specializes in free career training and education programs for people ages 16-24 years old. JobCorps also provides free housing, nutritious meals, basic medical care, and living allowance if enrolled. Locations in the Baltimore area are Woodland and Woodstock JobCorps Centers.
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)
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1417 Thames Street (main offices) Baltimore MD 21231
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
The Choice Program is a community-based, family-centered case management approach to delinquency prevention and youth development. Focusing on providing support in at-risk environments, The Choice Program empowers youth and engages families through a multitude of services adapted to individual needs.
1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore MD 21250
University of Maryland Extension is a public service that provides research-based community education programs. The Urban Agriculture Program offers professional development education and one-on-one support for farmers and other agricultural entrepreneurs. UMD Extension also offers programs about gardening, youth development, healthy nutrition, personal finance, watershed protection, and technology access.
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University of Maryland: Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics
University of Maryland: ADHD Treatment Clinic
University of Maryland: Family Connections Baltimore at University of Maryland School of Social Work Ruth H. Young Center For Families and Children
University of Maryland: Extension Baltimore City 4-H Youth Development
University of Maryland: Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering (CMSE)
University of Maryland: Sexual Abuse and Rape Assessment Center at University of Maryland Children’s Hospital
University of Maryland: School of Dentistry
University of Maryland: Evelyn Jordan Center (EJC)
University of Maryland: Child & Adolescent Clinic
University of Maryland: Eye Associates
University of Maryland: Pulmonology and Allergy Clinic
University of Maryland: JACQUES Initiative
University of Maryland: Drug Treatment Program (Methadone Maintenance)
University of Maryland: Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services (OATS)
University of Maryland: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program
University of Maryland: STAR TRACK at University of Maryland Adolescent Health Center
University of Maryland: Adolescent and Young Adult Center
6615 Reisterstown Rd Suite 201 Baltimore MD 21215
Vehicles for Change Inc. (VFC) empowers families with financial challenges to achieve economic and personal independence through car ownership and technical training. VFC currently maintains two programs: the full circle auto mechanic training program and the car awards program.
4111 Washington Blvd. Halethorpe MD 21227
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 collaborates with and amplifies the voices of Baltimore youth to engage audiences across social divides. Our programs inspire creativity and instill confidence in young people, supporting them 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
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. They offer a yearlong Workforce Development Program for young adults 18 to 29 years of age:
YMCA Druid Hill, 1609 Druid Hill Avenue 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21217
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