PRESS RELEASE June 2, 2021 Contact: Eleanor Goedeke (301) 325-4777 email@example.com Maryland Chamber Foundation’s Teacher Externship Program Grows by 766% […]
PRESS RELEASE For immediate release March 18, 2021 Contact: Eleanor Goedeke (301) 325-4777 firstname.lastname@example.org Maryland Chamber Foundation, George Mason University, […]
Last July, Jeffrey Mueller, a teacher of Foundations of Engineering and Advanced Design Application at Catonsville High School in Baltimore County got a welcome surprise when he learned that he was one of four outstanding Maryland high school Career and Technical Education (CTE) and STEAM instructors that were chosen to be part of the Maryland Chamber Foundation’s second Teacher Externship Program.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Teacher Shiron Lindsay (‘04) is passionate about expanding engineering job opportunities for the city’s minority students and strengthening ties between businesses and the classroom.
Blog post by Whitney Harmel Whitney Harmel is the Vice President of Membership and Development at the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. […]
Last July was a month high school plumbing instructor Kibwe Shelton won’t soon forget. As one of four Maryland high school Career and Technical Education (CTE) and STEAM instructors chosen to be part of the Maryland Chamber Foundation’s second Teacher Externship Program, Shelton, a plumbing teacher from Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School (Mervo) in Baltimore City, had what could be called a life-changing experience.
June 18, 2020 The Maryland Chamber Foundation was revived in 2017 to enhance educational and workforce development opportunities for Marylanders. Take a […]
Building success upon success, The Maryland Chamber Foundation’s second Teacher Externship Program has concluded with positive reviews all around -- from the four outstanding Maryland high school teachers as well as their committed business partners from BGE, KCI Technologies, Stanley Black & Decker, and Leidos, who participated in the month-long program.