Archive for March, 2017

March 2, 2017

Employer Profile: Reading Partners, Baltimore, MD


Reading Partners places community volunteers in low-income schools to help kids master basic reading. We’ve been part of the Baltimore educational landscape since 2012, when we opened our first reading center at Friendship Academy at Cherry Hill with the strong support of the Baltimore City education community.

According to the Maryland State Assessment, only slightly more than half of Baltimore third graders from low-income families can read at grade level. Without reading, kids won’t have an equitable chance to succeed. As decades of research have shown, students from disadvantaged households perform less well in school, on average, than their peers. Reading Partners is proud to be a driving force in uniting the greater Baltimore community to improve students’ academic achievement.

By partnering with Baltimore community members and leaders from local school districts, government, corporations, community organizations, universities, churches, and more, we’re mobilizing the people who care about Baltimore’s children to give back to local schools in a meaningful way. We believe that together we can create a future where every child in Baltimore has the support they need to become strong readers and lifelong learners.

Reading Partners is looking for Volunteers.

March 2, 2017

The Floor Plan Is Here!

And, there’s an interactive version of it on the App!  Download ‘Career Fair Essentials’ for free from the app store today!





March 1, 2017

Employer Profile: Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance’s Urban Arts Leadership Program, Baltimore, MD


The Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP) is a program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA). Its purpose is to connect a talented and diverse pool of emerging leaders with arts organizations, arts service organizations, and art driven businesses that are committed to racial equity and inclusion.
The UALP Fellowship process provides these defined components for the forward motion of each participating Fellow:
  • A four-month customized group capacity building intensive series
  • Racial equity and inclusion training
  • A matching process for placements within Host organizations
  • A six-month project implementation period when Fellows are formally embedded within an arts or cultural organization
  • 2017-18 Fellows receive a $7,500 stipend
UALP Fellows diversify and strengthen the leadership of arts organizations by connecting them to resources and professional development, with a particular focus on racial equity and inclusion. Fellows receive information, training, and develop new and expanded networks.
March 1, 2017

Employer Profile: Motor House, Baltimore, MD


Motor House is a place where old dividing lines disappear, new connections inspire, where Baltimore’s artists, performers, and those with emerging talents can build a diverse, inclusive community to make fresh opportunities.

Motor House is a cultural and economic catalyst, an engine for action both social and inventive, a meeting ground for poets and policymakers, organizations and individuals, thinkers and doers who seek to transform our city.

Motor House is about making art and about making change in a building that is actually a much bigger idea than its four walls.

Motor House is hiring two interns!  Stop by their table for position descriptions and information.