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AMFM Awards $5,000 Scholarship To College Music Major

Annapolis Musicians Fund for Musicians, Inc. (AMFM), a nonprofit organization that supports professional Annapolis musicians, awarded its second Tim King Music Scholarship of $5,000 to Archbishop Spalding High School senior Abigail Michaels. This fall, Michaels will enroll as a freshman ...

New Scholarship Available For Career Transitioners

“We really want people outside of the college to know about this new opportunity,” said Mary Wallingsford, chair of Cybersecurity, Networking and Digital Forensics at AACC. “We’re very excited about the opportunity this will bring students now and hopefully in ...

Kamari Johnson Selected For 2019 Amplify Scholarship

Johnson was selected for iMentor and KIPP’s First 2019 Amplify Scholarship. He will receive a unique combination of financial support and mentoring during his four-year collegiate experience, which includes a mentor to provide ongoing support throughout college. He will also ...

How To Ditch Techie Jargon And Improve Your Organization’s Cybersecurity

“There’s a serious gap in communication skills between cybersecurity pros and their general audiences, and it’s essential for the people on the IT side to bridge it,” Campos says. “Increasingly complex security threats demand that cybersecurity professionals use plain language ...

Eight-Year-Old Maryland Girl Wants Kids To ‘Watch Ur Words’

In between balancing school, homework and filming, eight-year-old Janiya Williams finds time to encourage, inspire and motivate other children to “Watch Ur Words,” on social media platforms.

Morgan Names New Dean For School Of Education And Urban Studies

Morgan State University (MSU) President David Wilson has named Glenda M. Prime, Ph.D. as the new dean for the School of Education and Urban Studies (SEUS).

BCCC Upward Bound Math And Science Program Offers Students Experience In STEM Field

“Each year the BCCC UBMS program services approximately 62 students recruited from specially targeted Baltimore City High Schools,” said BCCC’s UBMS Director Gregory Hunter. “The program targets young people who are interested in pursuing postsecondary degrees in math and science ...

Special Needs Students Practice Interviewing Skills With Local Businesses

The High Road Schools of Maryland and Delaware, part of the Catapult Learning family of schools, hosted a mock interview workshop giving special needs students the opportunity to develop their career readiness skills in Middle River, Maryland on March 10, ...

Maryland Book Bank Prepares For ‘Books For Kids Day’

The Maryland Book Bank will hold their annual Books for Kids Day, a large-scale book donation event, on Saturday, May 4, 2019. The all-day event will take place at the Book Bank’s new warehouse space, located at 1794 Union Avenue ...

An AMAZON Opportunity For KIPP Baltimore

KIPP Baltimore is among 100 schools across 21 states who will receive an Amazon Future Engineer Robotics Grant. As a grant recipient, KIPP Baltimore will receive support to launch FIRST robotics teams, including teacher professional development to learn about robotics; ...

PNC Grow Up Great® Program Celebrates 15th Anniversary

Children from Catholic Charities Head Start were welcomed at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore City to help celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the PNC Grow Up Great® program on Thursday, April 4, 2019. Since 2004, Grow Up Great ...

AWARE for All – Baltimore

On Wednesday, April 17, 2019, The Center for Information & Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP), along with the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research will host AWARE for All – Baltimore, a free event that aims to ...

Deacon Jones Foundation Awards Education Grant To Baltimore City Young Emerging Artists

The Deacon Jones Foundation and Maryland Art Place announced that a “Young Emerging Artists Education Grant” has been awarded to Baltimore in support of local programming to engage and enrich the lives of students.

Morgan State University Professor Talks About Inner City Youth And SurvivornomicsTM

SurvivornomicsTM proffers that youth and emerging adults residing in disadvantaged, hypersegregated and marginalized communities live, adjust and thrive in the face of adversities while finding resilience. Because the challenges they face are multi-factorial and involve so many different systems, we ...

Morgan State University’s Professor Talks About Inner City Youth And Survivalnomics

"Instead of pushing students out of school, we need to “rethink schools” and make them responsive to the contemporary needs of our children and young adults. There needs to be teacher trainings, appropriate resources, perceived-risk assessment, and the development of ...