Baltimore Magazine’s “Top 40 under 40,” CEO and Founder Shalita O’Neale of The Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center is a force to be reckoned with.
Jeff Galvin and AGT work to develop new technologies to find cures for many life-threatening diseases, including HIV and AIDS.
Creative entrepreneur Alan Klug, explains how his educational background contributes to his current success and offers valuable advice to new business owners.
Joe Benn describes how continuing education has helped him accomplish a momentous lifelong career mission of making a difference in the lives others.
Natasha Thurmon is helping the Baltimore youth achieve academic success by offering additional support off the playing field.
With federal unemployment benefits set to expire for more than 1 million Americans, Baltimore officials are trying to inform city residents about their options.
Passion has to bubble from your heart. That bubbling, it is your calling. It’s the thing that keeps you up at night because invigorating ideas are swirling.
A local organization attacks problems with the state educational system by helping parents support their children to be successful in school and life.
Maryland remains optimistic and continues to create new training initiatives to empower the workforce.
A Nursing Simulation Manager is making great strides as she leads her colleagues and trainees to future on-the-job success.
Experience demonstrates that having a technical education, combined with a creative mind, can lead to a rewarding and enjoyable lifetime career.
Many Maryland industries are expected to grow through the year 2014, creating more employment opportunities statewide as well as in the greater Baltimore area.