Seasonal Farm Jobs Are In Full Bloom Around BaltimoreDuring the autumn harvest season, farms actively hire more landscape laborers, general laborers, pickers, sales assistants, associates for management and market dealings and livestock/animal attendants.
Accidental Internship Creates Success For Baltimore Insurance Owner“I always want to do what’s best for the client, my staff and ultimately, the growth of our firm; often times, that means trusting and allowing someone besides myself to take the lead and do what they do best," says Eric Silverman.
Music Therapy In Baltimore Fosters Creative, Healing Expressionism In Patients"I have found music and music therapy interventions to be one of the fastest ways to break down emotional walls, and it’s amazing to see music take hold of the patients on the unit,” says Amanda Rosado.
Plan To Cut Funding To Dozens Of Baltimore Charter Schools Now On HoldA plan to cut funding to several city charter schools is on hold tonight after the current and a former Baltimore mayor steps in.
Baltimore Resource Officer Observes Constant Changes Through The YearsDuring his 20-year career, Officer Brock has observed a number of constant changes within the police force. Some of these changes include improvements in laws, procedures and technology.
Former Teacher’s Influence Inspires Baltimore Educator To Teach"Teaching is one of many jobs where you will always have room to expand on your knowledge and become more efficient at your job,” says Anthony Calise.
Government Says Students Can Apply Earlier For College AidAspiring college students will be able to apply for federal financial aid three months earlier than now and submit a previous year's tax return, changes aimed at helping more people pay for school, the White House said Sunday.
Survey: Md. Schools Among Best In The NationThe U.S. News & World Report’s college rankings are out and some Maryland schools are among the best in the nation.
Higher Education Advances Career For A Former Baltimore Dispatcher“My education prepared me for this position by teaching me the fundamentals of criminal justice and forensics. It taught me skills that I use daily in the field," says Amy Seman.
Baltimore Therapist Helps Clients By Using Hypnotherapeutic Methods"It is extremely important to continue to learn and find new, innovative ways to reach clients. Each one is unique, very special and deserves to have that client-centered approach," says Mary Sidhwani.
More Than 5K Backpacks Handed Out At Back To School Fest.While Baltimore, Anne Arundel and Howard County schools all began earlier this week, Baltimore City schools will open their doors to students this Monday.
Maryland's State Superintendent Is Stepping DownMaryland’s State Superintendent, Dr. Lillian M. Lowery, is stepping down to pursue new opportunities, according to an announcement made by the Maryland State Board of Education.