For the first time in years, the mayor’s Youthworks program was able to employ all of the teens who signed up for summer jobs.
Thousands of students will be working this summer and getting paid by the state of Maryland.
Eight thousands jobs for the summer. Today it is announced that all 8,000 applicants for the YouthWorks Summer Job Program, have guaranteed employment this summer
Opening your wallet for our city’s youth. The Archdiocese of Baltimore is calling on the public for donations.
For those students hoping to push their application to the top of the ever-growing heap, prior work experience can be a big plus. The right job history can up any candidate’s profile and turn hopeful applicants into freshmen.
One sure way to keep kids off the streets is to put them to work. And Baltimore is working on that.
Summer, summer, summertime! It’s every kid’s favorite time of year, but too much time on their hands can be a concern for parents. A fun part-time summer job may be the answer.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is calling on the business community to empower city youth, one student at a time.
It’s a summer job program designed to keep kids off city streets.