BALTIMORE (Aug. 7, 2018) – Under the leadership of Governor Larry Hogan, Secretary Kelly M. Schulz of the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation announced the award of $750,000 to support the Career Pathways Demonstration Model. Called Grads2Careers, the program is a coordinated effort between Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools), the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED), and Baltimore’s Promise, a cradle-to-career collective impact organization.

“The innovative Grads2Careers program will provide Baltimore City graduates with transformational opportunities for learning and advancement,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “By providing the in-demand occupational skills for our 21st century workforce, graduates will develop the tools they need for successful careers to share in Maryland’s growing economy.”

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