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If you are looking for a job, thinking of changing careers or want a professional review of your resume, Maryland New Directions will host the Employment Resource and Job Fair on Thursday, May 25, 2017 from 9 a.m. to noon at the 2640 Space located at 2640 St. Paul Street in Charles Village. Baltimore Times - May 19, 2017
Maryland New Directions hosts Employment Resource and Job Fair
It's Halftime for the 2017 Brackets for Good Tournament, and MND is LIVE on the Matt & Matt Show!
It's Halftime in Round #1 of the 2017 Brackets for Good Tournament and
the Matt & Matt Show, LIVE from Indianapolis IN, has their first ever guest as Barbara Reed, Director of Development from Maryland New Directions (MND), Baltimore MD, joins us via phone today! (introduced at 2:01)
Maryland New Directions (MND) has been selected from over 1530 nonprofits across the country to compete in Brackets For Good 2017!
Click on the headline below to read our featured article in the
Baltimore Times - Feb 24, 2017
Local nonprofit gets its ‘game on’ for city’s first ever online giving tournament!
Vicky D'Agostino; Guest Contributor Maryland New Directions
Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative (BWFC)
There are a number of nonprofit workforce development programs, including MND, providing a beacon of hope despite many challenges, through coordinated strategies and careful implementation – demonstrating that success in this labor market is in fact possible. For over a decade, members of the Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative (BWFC) have supported a growing number of industry focused workforce development initiatives, and the outcomes are notable. Through these efforts, previously unemployed residents are getting industry recognized certifications and jobs with career advancement opportunities at impressive rates.
MND is proud to be part of the BWFC, partnering to build a stronger workforce. To view the full report released February 2017 click here
Career Counseling Organization Ready for tip-off in Baltimore Posted on January 31, 2017 by Jen Marcuson
Maryland New Directions (MND) was introduced to Brackets For Good last year when they received a postcard inviting them to check out the website. It didn’t take them long to realize the value the forthcoming tournament could bring, and they registered to be among the first competitors in the 2017 Baltimore tournament.
Click here to read the full Highlight Reel
MND Featured in Bank of America Video
MND and its clients are honored to be featured in a new Bank of America ad focused on their philanthropic work. The video includes a number of MND’s clients, showing them in settings like the Port of Baltimore operating a fork lift as well as our classrooms and at our job fair. But perhaps more importantly, the ad highlights the shared values that motivate our work and the importance of corporate investment in local communities. Through our partnership with B of A and the support they provide, the vision of social investment we share is put to work here in Baltimore, creating opportunity and providing a second chance to individuals and communities in need. Check out the video on YouTube by clicking on the image on the left!
Maryland New Directions and Partners Win National Grant to Advance Low-Income Job-Seekers for Employment Opportunities in the Maritime Transportation Industry
MND on the radio!
Rachel Logan's interview with MND's Grace Lee, Clair Watson, and Erika Milenkovic aired on CBS Radio's Sunday Morning on October 6, 2013. Rachel and MND staff discussed unemployment and job search tips, trends, and resources.
On December 13, 2013, MND clients Dawn Ollivierre and James Jones were featured on WYPR's morning segment on unemployment. Click here to read the piece and listen to the recording!
Read about MND's work and volunteer opportunities in the Baltimore Business Journal!
"It's amazing how far a few words can go..."
Rob is a columnist for the BBJ and participated in Connections Friday at MND. After seeing the positive effects of sharing career stories and tips with those looking for work, he decided to write about us!
Click here to read his article and find out how you can help MND fight unemployment in Baltimore