In Baltimore, there are a wealth of opportunities for youth to break into tech. One just needs to know where to look.
From STEM programs offering hands on science education to computer classes that offer an early look at coding, here are over 30 programs that help spark an interest in the wide swath of careers that make up technical fields.
It’s not just about a well-rounded education now, but also a skilled future workforce. In 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor predicted that 85% of jobs in the future will need people with proficiency in science, technology engineering and math.
Below is a list of organizations that are working to prepare youth for that future and working to increase diversity in the STEM workforce.
The organization founded in 2017 by Brittany Young operates at the intersection of three lane: unrecognized potential, dirt bike culture, and STEM education. B360 works…