The Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative, in partnership with Humanim and University of Maryland BioPark, invites you to join us for the second in a 4-part ‘Spotlight on Sector Speaker Series’ discussing Sector-Based Strategies of Workforce Development.
The Spotlight Series will provide a forum for Baltimore City workforce practitioners and policy-makers to explore strategic components of effective sector-based workforce practices that help low income adults enter into and succeed in careers. The 4-part series will pose opportunities for practitioners to hear from model strategies outside of Baltimore and participate in a facilitated discussion forum.
Please join us for the second event in this series:
Accessing College, Credentials and Careers: Models for Community College-NonProfit Collaboration
Speaker: Bill Browning, The Aspen Institute, Workforce Strategies Initiative
With an introduction by: Peggy Bradford, Baltimore City Community College, Vice President of Academic Affairs
Thursday, January 16, 2014 – 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm, RECEPTION TO FOLLOW
Location: Humanim, 1701 North Gay Street, Baltimore, MD 21213
Register on eventbrite.com and reserve your spot for this free event.
The Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaborative (BWFC) is a public-private partnership dedicated to advancing the labor market prospects of unemployed and underemployed Baltimore City residents while meeting the needs of our region’s employers for a skilled workforce.