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Sometimes the giver is the receiver. Read this blog post about how JARC Baltimore received free freelance assistance from Catchafire thanks to one of our grantors, the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The freelancers felt equally passionate about the match.
Lauren Purviance (third from left), JARC’s Business Services Coordinator, spoke as part of a panel on live radio during the “Midday” program on WYPR FM 88.1, Baltimore’s public radio station. The 50-minute panel examined Baltimore's calamitous de-industrialization and the challenge of rebuilding the city's workforce. Listen here.
This monthly trade magazine for the metalworking industry features our work to lift people out of poverty.
Elaine Carroll tells On the Record about a job-training program she directs in Baltimore’s Park Heights neighborhood - the Jane Addams Resource Corporation, JARC.
The Baltimore Business Journal highlighted JARC Baltimore, as one of several nonprofits offering training to help the 76,000 unemployed citizens in Baltimore find quality jobs.
New MD DHR Secretary Lourdes Padilla toured the Baltimore Regional Training Center and JARC with State Delegate Sandy Rosenberg to highlight an innovative job-driven training initiative.
Featured at the U.S. News STEM Solutions Conference held in Baltimore last week, programs like JARC help individuals from low-income or underserved communities gain STEM skills for jobs in a variety of industries.
Maryland’s growing advanced manufacturing base will get a shot of booster fuel this summer and beyond from an exciting new program in Northwest Baltimore, JARC Baltimore.
Baltimore employers, funders, and community organizations like JARC Baltimore are charging in to get more people more good-paying jobs.
JARC, with 30 years' experience in the field, will move into a former elementary school in the Park Heights neighborhood in Baltimore that was the site of a similar training program that closed last year.