Program Aims to Break the Cycle of Poverty With Career Training

As reported in sponsored content in the Baltimore Business Journal,

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Click for video of the UMD program that creates a science pipeline for underrepresented minorities.

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is transforming lives in West Baltimore with initiatives like the UMB CURE Scholars Program, a groundbreaking health care pipeline program that serves 65 sixth- and seventh-graders from three middle schools near the University.

The program, in its second year, identifies promising middle school students and prepares them for health care and research careers through hands-on workshops, lab experiences, and mentorship from UMB faculty, students, and staff.

The aim of the program is to break the cycle of poverty in West Baltimore, according to the article.

For more information about the program, see How UMB is trying to break the cycle of poverty in the Baltimore Business Journal.