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Launched on November 18, 2017, the “Time to Work” program offers the prospect of employment to unemployed and under-employed youth. (Above) Program participants engaged in clean up and beautification activites on Rose Street near Gilmor Homes and Bethel Street in the Oliver Community.

Launched on November 18, 2017, the “Time to Work” program offers the prospect of employment to unemployed and under-employed youth. (Above) Program participants engaged in clean up and beautification activites on Rose Street near Gilmor Homes and Bethel Street in the Oliver Community.

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Time to Work program getting young people working

Baltimore officials have made it a mission to dedicate resources towards creating opportunities for the city’s youth population and one entrepreneur suggests that a quick way to accomplish this is by merging the needs of the city to the abilities of young individuals.