Under new legislation, each of Baltimore’s vacants could soon have its own sign — and QR code — Baltimore Business Journal
Monday Afternoon Headlines: New state unemployment portal provides little relief; Former mayors bemoan ‘more will than wallet’ in city; Mike Rowe delivers big surprise to nonprofit; and more
As virtual learning becomes the new normal, extracurriculars of the old world are beginning to plan how they’ll function during the pandemic.
Robotics competitions were typically held in school gyms with hundreds of spectators and competitors coming from different areas to compete.
While COVID may keep most people on the Northeast Corridor home this fall, Amtrak is looking to incentivize travelers with its Buy One Get One Free sale on all Acela and Northeast Regional trains – from Boston to Virginia. By booking between September 21 through Wednesday, September 30 for travel from Thursday, September 24 through Saturday, December 12, 2020, customers on the Northeast Corridor can purchase tickets at a steep discount.
Gov. Larry Hogan will allow restaurants to expand indoor dining capacities to 75% at 5:00 p.m. Monday. The governor is encouraging residents to partake in Maryland’s first statewide Restaurant Week, despite concerns over COVID-19 spread throughout the state.
Resilient, thoughtful, resourceful and spirited, today’s independent school students juggle academics, extracurriculars, service and leadership. Meet upper school students from Bryn Mawr, Gilman and Roland Park Country School whose passion for and commitment to their school communities are evident in all they do.
Maryland’s seven-day average rate of positive coroanvirus tests reached a new low of 2.75 percent, state data show.
The new low comes after the metric dipped below 3 percent for the first time on Sunday.
There are so many people, both here and abroad, who want to learn English that it opens up a wide range of teaching opportunities.
Now is a great time to start your training in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). CCBC Continuing Education offers a workforce training certificate program in this high-demand teaching area, whether you are an adult seeking a new career, want a career change or desire meaningful skills to fill volunteer opportunities.
Skills training in TESOL can open many doors for you, including tutoring new immigrants, pursuing English teaching overseas or gaining skills to work more effectively with co-workers who may have been born abroad and for whom English is not their first language.