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A Baltimore firm and the state of Maryland are launching a digital apprenticeship program

Franklin Apprenticeships is partnering with Maryland Department of Labor to debut the program for IT help desk roles this summer, with plans to expand to network engineering and cybersecurity.

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How CadmiumCD incorporated W3C's latest accessibility standards into its events software

GM's Maven car-sharing service is exiting Baltimore

A $150K grant from NEA will support this illuminating effort in Station North

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Protenus’ Fells Point office has room to stretch out

This Week in Jobs: Starting new chapters, new jobs and debt-free starts to the future

Find education and internship opps at Maryland’s federal agencies in this database

Spark Baltimore expands to another floor

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Mayor: City of Baltimore will have to rebuild some IT systems to recover from cyber attack

Looking to connect with women in tech? Here are 9 meetup groups in Baltimore

Fearless launched its own incubator program for early-stage companies

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JHU-born Treyetech picks up $30K at prominent business plan competition

PaverGuide looks to reduce stormwater runoff, pollution after the water hits the road

On putting the customers front and center in business transformation

City of Baltimore ransomware attack affects home sales, payments and more

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A Girls Who Code club is teaching tech skills in Baltimore’s Upton neighborhood

Construction kicks off for Port Covington’s next phase of development

The FISH Project provided IMET-grown shrimp for the Franciscan Center’s Mother’s Day brunch

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How SmartLogic accelerated these startups’ product growth trajectories

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