Urban Alliance to help Baltimore youth with job training, life skills through $160K grant

Baltimore students in Urban Alliance’s flagship High School Internship Program will receive internships, professional development and life skills training and one-on-one mentoring through a $160,000 grant from The Citi Foundation in partnership with Prosperity now. The grant was made available for Urban Alliance’s Pathways to Progress Youth Financial Capability Fund, an initiative to support young people ...

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