The Business Case for Economic Inclusion

After intentionally shifting to support economic inclusion, Baltimore businesses have experienced stronger community ties and enhanced employee and client satisfaction. They’ve also seen workforce diversity increase — a change that has helped improve internal company decision-making, according to a new report from the Baltimore Integration Partnership.

August 7, 2018

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Building a More Inclusive Economy in the South

Work in the South is changing. The region’s longstanding economic staple — low-skill jobs — is giving way to middle-skill positions, and southern states have an important role to play in helping residents navigate this changing economic landscape, according to a new report funded by the Casey Foundation.

July 6, 2018

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Now jobs — opportunities such as short- and long-term internships and subsidized employment arrangements — can help young adults address their immediate income needs while also preparing for long-term career opportunities, according to a new report.  

July 6, 2018

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Generation Work

Equipping Young People With In-Demand Employment Skills and Credentials

This report checks in on a multiyear, five-site initiative launched by the Annie E. Casey Foundation in 2016. Called Generation Work, this initiative explores new ways of connecting young people — particularly youth of color — with the knowledge and experience necessary to succeed in today’s job market.

May 2, 2018

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