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Year Up Baltimore
We are a one-year program that connects young adults ages 18-24, who are highly motivated but lack opportunities with companies who need their talent.
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 22
We are recruiting now for our August class! Sign up today to attend an information session this week to learn more about how Year Up enables young adults ages 18-24 jump start a promising career in the learning tracks of IT, Cyber Security, and Business Operations
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Gayle V. Economos Jun 22
Thanks ⁦⁩ for this awesome story in ⁦⁩ Re ⁦⁩ & Latonya Hines! Know an 18-24 yr old looking for opportunity?⁦⁩ is recruiting for students now!
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Rahul Varma May 20
Totally agree . So proud of our partnership with in enabling access to opportunities for great young people with potential. Look forward to continuing our work together
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Steve Lohr May 20
“In one year, you will not be living near the poverty line” - Gerald Chertavian, founder of Year Up.
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AT&T Impact May 20
For nearly 20 years, has made a life changing impact on young adults trying to find career success. We're proud to support their mission through our commitment to host 200 interns annually by 2022: .
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Workday May 30
On the heels of Workforce Week, our largest all-employee workforce development program, alumni Jesus Lopez shares what a career opportunity with us has taught him about himself:
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Year Up Jun 17
Replying to @SuffolkBuilds
In her role as Trade Partner Diversity Officer at , Polanco is hyper-focused on her business strategy, but always puts the people and their communities first. "We are creating a culture of inclusivity worth being proud of," says Polanco.
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Year Up Jun 17
“In my role, I am honored to build pathways to success and help empower local residents to build bolder and stronger communities by hiring and partnering with people from our neighborhoods," says Year Up Alumna Margarita Polanco in .
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Pegasystems Jun 15
Learn how Jonathan’s opportunity with helped him find his career path at Pega.
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Year Up Jun 19
Good-paying jobs of the 21st century will require American workers to develop new skills to stay competitive. That's why we're proud to support 's 21st Century SKILLS Act to invest in our workers and remove barriers to training & education.
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 22
Attention Young Adults ages 18-24! In just one year earn up to 15-20+ College Credits at our college partner , earn an internship at one of Maryland’s Top companies, earn a bi-weekly educational stipend and build a network of people and skills to land a career!
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 7
Are you tired of making minimum wage? Year Up Baltimore is a no-cost training program that prepares young people for careers in business, information technology and more! Check out David's story!
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 5
Congrats to our Employment Placement Team on a successful career fair led by our Employment Placement Manager, Deanna C. Great Job!!!! .
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 5
Replying to @YearUpBaltimore
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 5
Students getting hands on experience in the hardware class! Preparing for internship!
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 5
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My_BCCC Jun 5
Happy Pride Month everyone!!! We stand with and support the local and global LGBTQ community not just this month, but every month! 🏳️‍🌈❤💛💚💙💜🖤🏳️‍🌈
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 5
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AnitaB.org May 31
An inspiring story about a woman living in a homeless shelter with her baby and how technical training with a nonprofit, , propelled her into a career as a software engineer.
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Year Up Baltimore Jun 4
Incredible 💜💜
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