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A Baltimore maker’s 3D-printed Bernie Sanders mittens meme is raising funds for charity

Feb. 5, 2021 3:37 pm

A Baltimore maker’s 3D-printed Bernie Sanders mittens meme is raising funds for charity

Todd Blatt is creating color, 3D versions of the Vermont senator's widely shared pose. Proceeds go to orgs providing meals and coats.
Code in the Schools and Catalyte are seeking software dev apprentices

Feb. 3, 2021 11:56 am

Code in the Schools and Catalyte are seeking software dev apprentices

With Code Career Catalyst, the two tech orgs are looking to provide software development training for 10 recent Baltimore high school grads.
Baltimore city government and PCs for People are teaming to recycle laptops for digital inclusion

Feb. 2, 2021 2:22 pm

Baltimore city government and PCs for People are teaming to recycle laptops for digital inclusion

Through the partnership, the city expects to provide 900 computers that can be refurbished for Baltimore residents.
Stop filling healthcare gaps. Start connecting healthcare dots

Feb. 1, 2021 3:21 pm

Stop filling healthcare gaps. Start connecting healthcare dots

In an op-ed, Emily Durfee of CareFirst's Healthworx calls for more regional coordination around entrepreneurs that can improve healthcare.
Baltimore youth built these 3 solutions to address Zoom fatigue during remote learning

Feb. 1, 2021 9:51 am

Baltimore youth built these 3 solutions to address Zoom fatigue during remote learning

The projects are the result of COVID Slam. Organized by the Digital Harbor Foundation, Dent Education and SmartLogic, the program employed a dozen Baltimore youth to gain experience with design thinking, teamwork and digital tools.
Comcast brings free Wi-Fi to 15 Baltimore community centers

Jan. 27, 2021 3:58 pm

Comcast brings free Wi-Fi to 15 Baltimore community centers

The "Lift Zones" are getting community Wi-Fi up and running in D.C., Baltimore and Virginia.
211 Maryland is texting COVID-19 vaccine info to residents’ phones

Jan. 19, 2021 1:24 pm

211 Maryland is texting COVID-19 vaccine info to residents’ phones

211 isn't just a call line. In the pandemic, it's sending text messages to provide information, and stay in touch.
The Last Mile Education Fund is helping low-income women complete tech degrees

Jan. 15, 2021 11:48 am

The Last Mile Education Fund is helping low-income women complete tech degrees

The fund offers support in the face of life obstacles that can be the difference between finishing degrees and not. It's fiscally sponsored by Baltimore's Digital Harbor Foundation.
Report: The digital divide is a state issue in Maryland

Jan. 14, 2021 4:54 pm

Report: The digital divide is a state issue in Maryland

The Abell Foundation report says Maryland needs to increase digital inclusion efforts, and offers recommendations for closing the digital divide.
Just a few years after graduating UMBC, Markus Proctor launched a scholarship for student entrepreneurs

Jan. 12, 2021 2:32 pm

Just a few years after graduating UMBC, Markus Proctor launched a scholarship for student entrepreneurs

Innovators of Progress has up to $30,000 for students looking to test new business ideas and work in tech. It's the latest in a well-connected entrepreneurship journey for its founder.

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