The Baltimore City Bridges program began in 2013. Baltimore City Bridges young adult referred to the local office by schools assigned by the Baltimore City Public Schools’ Central office (see below). This Bridges office also serves clients of the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program. To learn if you qualify for the Ticket to Work program please visit https://www.ssa.gov/work/.
Bridges staff members, known as Employer Representatives, work with young adults individually and in groups to identify career goals, develop interviewing skills, connect with employers, create a résumé, apply for jobs, get a job, and succeed in a job. Employer Representatives work closely with each young person, providing instruction, guidance, and mentoring that increases confidence, builds character, and enhances professionalism.
- Ben Franklin at Masonville Cove (#239)
- Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High (#410)
- Edmondson-Westside High (400)
- Digital Harbor (#416)
- Frederick Douglas High (#450)
- Carver Vocational-Technical High (#454)
- Excel Academy at Francis M. Woods High (#177)
- Patterson High (#405)
- Reginal F. Lewis (#419)
- Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy (#429)
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