IN-SCHOOL YOUTH SERVICE
Win through Work
Win through Work, a transition youth program, is designed to help 12th grade students with disabilities exiting from northwest Baltimore city public high schools move successfully from school to work or further education. Students participate in stipend-awarded training that fosters career exploration through assessment of vocational strengths, weaknesses and skills.
Click here to view the Win through Work brochure.
Job placement services can be provided for a fee to Win through Work program graduates.
OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH SERVICE
Healthcare Careers Alliance Services (HCA)
Healthcare Careers Alliance (HCA) services, a MOED-funded program, provide vocational and case management services to out-of-school youth (between the ages of 18 and 21) residing in Baltimore City who possess a GED or high school diploma and possess strong interest in entering the healthcare field. Services include intake, career assessment and program orientation; two weeks of job readiness and life skills training; seven-weeks of work training at LifeBridge Health, University of Maryland Medical Center, or The Johns Hopkins Hospital; transition into permanent employment at one of the partner institutions or entrance into post-secondary training; twelve months of post-placement support services.
Program graduates have been hired into the following types of LifeBridge Health positions: Patient Transportation, Cashier, Laundry Aide, Patient Care Associate, Customer Service Representative, Administrative Aide., Dietary Aide, Decontamination Technician.
Click here to view the Healthcare Careers Alliance Services brochure.