Blog post by Christine Ross Christine Ross, the president and CEO of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, has 20 years […]
Blog post by Karen B. Salmon, Ph.D. Dr. Salmon has served as the State Superintendent of Schools in Maryland […]
Blog post by Ashley Duckman Ashley Duckman is the Vice President of Government Affairs at the Maryland Chamber. As the […]
Blog post by Whitney Harmel Whitney Harmel is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. Through […]
Maryland’s apprenticeship programs are helping our businesses grow and our residents build those better lives. We’re grateful to all of our business partners, and encourage every Maryland company to consider investing in the state’s future workforce by sponsoring apprenticeships.
It is a busy and exciting time at K. Neal Truck and Bus Center. We’re currently undergoing major transformations, from the expansion of our service centers to the grand opening to our new headquarters at 5000 Tuxedo Road in Hyattsville, MD.
The beginning of a new year provides the perfect opportunity to take a step back, reflect and plan ahead. It is also time to make your resolutions for the upcoming year—for you and your business.
At the beginning of June, leaders of the General Assembly announced the formation the Funding Formula Workgroup as part of the recently enacted Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Act. This workgroup is meeting during the interim to determine a funding formula to implement the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education (Kirwan Commission) recommendations.