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Baltimore City has closed schools today. JARC Baltimore follows Baltimore City School closures and delays. JARC Baltimore will be closed for training today.
JARC Baltimore will be on a 2 hr delay this morning.
In anticipation of inclement weather tomorrow, JARC Baltimore will NOT be holding open orientation. Please come to our next orientation on Jan. 31st. See you then!
The winter weather inspired Chanel, one of our welding trainees, to get creative. #freejobtraining #manufacturingjobs #welding
Good morning. JARC Baltimore training programs are on a two hour delay. Everyone be careful!
Good morning. JARC Baltimore training programs are closed today. JARC Baltimore follows the delays and closures of Baltimore City schools. Thank you and stay safe!
JARC Baltimore training programs are closed today.
Happy holidays from all of us at JARC! Our next open session is Jan. 17. Hope to see you there! https://jarcbaltimore.org/job-seeker-training-programs/orientation-schedule/ #jobtraining #welding #CNC
We had our last orientation for the year! Come back and see us Jan. 17 for our next orientation session. https://jarcbaltimore.org/job-seeker-training-programs/orientation-schedule/
Good morning. JARC Baltimore training programs are on a 2 hour delay.
JARC Baltimore shared Mayor Catherine Pugh's event.
The National Fund for Workforce Solutions celebrates 10 years of collaboration and changing lives. #workforcedevelopment #goodjobs
#GivingTuesday is here! Be a part of this community movement and give the gift of #opportunity today. http://bit.ly/2jrbP5C
#GivingTuesday is tomorrow! Help break down barriers for individuals to find and keep a good-paying job in #manufacturing. #giveopportunity http://bit.ly/2jrbP5C
This #Thanksgiving, we're #thankful for our trainees and graduates like Ian. And we're #thankful for our donors, volunteers, partners, and employers who help make stories like Ian's possible.
Next week, celebrate #GivingTuesday and help ensure that people who work do not live in poverty. http://bit.ly/2jrbP5C
Today we were represented by board member Teaera Strum at the Build America III meeting in Washington, DC. Hosted by US Rep Donald Payne (D-NJ) and the Congressional Black Caucus, the conference focused on major new construction activities such as rebuilding roads and bridges. Organizers want to ensure that minority workers fully participate.
JARC Baltimore updated their profile picture.
Just two weeks until #GivingTuesday! Be part of the movement and support those who need #manufacturing training for better opportunities. https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/jarc-baltimore
Turn your calendar to November and support our job training with an online gift for #GivingTuesday! https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/jane-addams
JARC Baltimore shared South Baltimore Learning Center's photo.
Elaine Carroll (center), Site Director at JARC-Baltimore, and Regan Brewer Johnson, Executive Vice President of the Jane Addams Resource Corporation, with Jeff Shay, CFO of FR Conversions, attended the SC&H Group-sponsored panel discussion on manufacturing. (Photo courtesy of SC&H Group.) Executives from Baltimore's leading manufacturers urged fellow organizations to adopt more creative talent acquisition and retention approaches during a panel discussion Sept. 20 at the Mount Washington Mill-Dye House, part of a manufacturing focused series created by SC&H Group. The panelists urged business owners to stop using uninventive workforce development strategies, or face the prospect of continued difficulty with recruiting. While many manufacturing organizations have struggled to retain, recruit and expand their workforces, the companies the panelists represented have managed to do just that through programs such as vocational schools, grants, joint ventures, apprenticeships and internal training initiatives. Mark Rice, President of Maritime Applied Physics Corporation, said the gap between workforce development and manufacturing is one of the most important issues faced by manufacturing and its biggest challenge today. He discussed initiatives taken by his organization to create training, educational and mentoring programs at the high school level. http://thedailyrecord.com/2017/10/12/manufacturing-panel-discusses-keys-to-revitalizing-a-struggling-workforce/
Our very own Lauren was part of a WYPR panel examining Baltimore's industrial past and the challenge of rebuilding the city's workforce. Listen to the live discussion here: https://jarcbaltimore.org/news/media/
Guy Loudon (left), President of JARC-Baltimore, celebrated Manufacturing Day 2017 in Baltimore with John Freeburger, VP at Holmatro Inc.; Maryland's Gov. Larry Hogan (center photo); Mike Galiazzo (yellow tie), President of Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland, and Mike Kelleher, CFO of Manufacturing Extension Partnership.
Job seekers! Meet Tiffani Truss, Senior Program Coordinator at Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC), at the One Stop Reentry Resource Fair, Wednesday, October 11, 2017, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the War Memorial, 101 N Gay St # D, Memorial Hall, Baltimore. Sponsored by the Reentry/Prevention Department of the US Attorney’s Office, District of Maryland. For more information, contact Elizabeth.Morse@usdoj.gov.