Maryland Daily Record: Urban Alliance to help Baltimore youth with job training, life skills through $160K grant
The Maryland Daily Record ran a story about the $160,000 grant Urban Alliance received from the Citi Foundation and Prosperity Now as part of their Pathways to Progress Youth Financial Capability Fund.
“Economically-disadvantaged high school seniors enrolled in Urban Alliance’s flagship High School Internship Program in Baltimore and Chicago will receive paid, 10-month internships, professional development and life skills training, one-on-one mentoring, and intensive case management both during and after the program to prepare students for a life of economic self-sufficiency. This program’s unique structure allows students to immediately apply the financial capability skills they learn to the real world, as they work to budget and save their internship paychecks.”
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