A total of 145 formerly incarcerated participants enrolled in the training program since its first class in Fall, 2016. 


50 (or 34  percent) obtained a Class B Commercial Driver License with Airbrake, Passenger and Tanker endorsements. Of those, 42 (or 84 percent) successfully obtained employment as commercial drivers earning an average wage of $18.52 an hour. 


36 (or 22 percent are current CDL permit holders awaiting test dates.


32 (or 22 percent completed the job readiness training program.


7 (or 5 percent were placed in non-driving, warehousing positions earning an average wage of $14.00 an hour.



*Information as of May 1, 2019

Program

Commercial Driving License Training Warehousing

Mentorship

Mentorship

Mentorship

Mentorship

Mentorship

Individual Assessment and Case Management

Mentorship

Individual Assessment and Case Management

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy

Individual Assessment and Case Management

Civics and Ethics

Financial Literacy

Civics and Ethics

Entrepreneurship

Financial Literacy

Civics and Ethics

Voters Education/Registration Expungement

NEW!! Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Baltimore City Community College

NEW!! Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Baltimore City Community College

NEW!! Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Baltimore City Community College

NEW!! Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Baltimore City Community College

NEW!! Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Baltimore City Community College

Job Readiness and Job Placement Assistance

NEW!! Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Baltimore City Community College

Job Readiness and Job Placement Assistance

Earn Your H.S Diploma/G.E.D

Supportive and Referral Services

Job Readiness and Job Placement Assistance

Supportive and Referral Services

Supportive and Referral Services

Supportive and Referral Services

*CDL Training minimum age requirement is 21 years of age*