Maryland New Directions, Inc.
Rating: 4.79 stars 189 189 reviews 3,999
Issues: Mental Health
Location: 2700 N. Charles St. Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21218 USA
Results: Since 1973, Maryland New Directions has served over 130,000 individuals looking to become self-sustaining through employment. From 2008-2012 in our Career Focus program alone, 1,527 low-income Baltimore residents received career services and skills training and among them, 712 job-ready clients obtained employment. 86% of those employed retained their jobs for at least 1 year with average earnings of $11 per hour.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 300
Geographic areas served: Baltimore City
Programs: Career Focus
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my name Wendy and ,i can personally say that this program has change my life,and give the confidence and the motivation to go get what you want thank you Sonya
It was good to know & learn things for the future . I will talk to them about it if there interested.
I was told about Maryland New Direction by a few friends and co-workers. No one knew what MND was about but being the person that I am, I wanted to experience new things, expand my horizons and hope for the best. I feel that MND will help me. I reserve the right to resubmit with I am done. LOL
I would like say Maryland New Directions, has been very helpful to the older and younger career seeker.Maryland New Directions has help me change my direction. If you are discouraged, depressed, or feeling as if know one wants to hire you, this is the place to come to for a New Direction.
I THANK MARYLAND NEW DIRECTION FOR HELP ME TO BUILDING UP ME LEARNING SKILLS.
Maryland New Directions is an excellent program!!! It helped me as well as others earn back their confidence in the employment area. I enjoyed every bit of knowledge that I learn in Maryland New Directions!!! Ms. Sonya Gibbs and Karen Holmes are very EXCELLENT!!! job coaches
This is one of the most valuable nonprofits institutions that I have been involved with. I enjoyed the information
that have been taught to me. This is why I made sure that I always on time for information that came my way.
All the employees I enjoyed working with and I appreciate all the information that they taught me.
I will pass the word out to others who I know can value from what I learned.
1 person found this review helpful
I have been unemployed for nearly one year, with very few interview opportunities following my applications. Within the week I spent at Maryland New Directions Employment Training Boot Camp, I was able to make connections, build a network and receive job leads. I received information about employment opportunities during my mock interview, from the other clients enrolled and improved my interview skills so much so that I interviewed for a position via phone during a lunch break when I was only calling to check on the status of my application. They are positive and uplifting and will not only keep you motivated but provide you with tools to keep you empowered in your job search!
this is a great program and if I have and chance to come back or refer anyone to the program I greatly will without second guessing it...... I really appreciate al the help I have received from MND
This experience has helped me overcome my career barriers on multiple levels concerning my employment status. The staff made me feel very comfortable and gave me the knowledge I need to excel with my job search. I've been to several different job readiness training programs and this one taught me exactly what I needed to know in such a short time. I'm grateful to have come across this program because now I feel confident enough that I will succeed at finding employment.
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I wouldn't change a thing, their strategy is amazing. keep up the good work..
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