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Buffalo Promise Neighborhood's Caitlin Lenihan Talks Family-Centered Work

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Buffalo Promise Neighborhood's Caitlin Lenihan Talks Family-Centered Work

Caitlin Lenihan, director of Buffalo Promise Neighborhood's Two-Generation Programs, shares her thoughts on employing a family-centered approach. In this post, she discusses why listening to parents is important, why specific training is necessary and how her organization's family-centered practice has evolved over time.

Posted February 21, 2018

An Innovative Training Program is Helping Atlantans Get — and Keep — Jobs

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Atlanta CareerRise helps individuals get hired, stay employed and increase their earnings.

Researchers at Emory University compared a workforce training program called Atlanta CareerRise to more traditional training approaches. Their review found that Atlanta CareerRise did a better job at helping individuals get hired, stay employed and increase their earnings.  

Posted February 16, 2018

Young People Help to Reshape Workforce Development in Baltimore

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Young people in Baltimore desire rewarding careers that create opportunities for their families and communities. Yet, clear barriers — including a lack of information about viable prospects and support resources — stand in their path, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Posted January 3, 2018

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Building Baltimore's Next Economy

Greater Baltimore has significant assets on which to build a more opportunity-rich next economy, but they aren’t being fully exploited. What can be done?