A new way of teaching high school students may be the answer to filling future STEM positions around the state. The P-TECH program – or Pathways in Technology Early College High School – helps train high school students for the growing science, technology, engineering, and math industries where the demand
Last week, Governor Larry Hogan announced a new plan called the ACCESS Initiative – or Achieving Computer Science Collaborations for Employing Students Statewide – to boost education and workforce development in the field throughout Maryland. The ACCESS Initiative fulfills the governor’s commitment to strengthening computer science education throughout Maryland, which
Catch up on the latest Maryland business news. Maryland business successes: Several wind energy companies will bid for use of portions of nearly 80,000 acres off Maryland’s coast, according to the Associated Press. IKEA’s Perryville distribution center now features one of the largest rooftop solar installations in the United States, the company announced.
Keep up with the latest Maryland business news. Just graduated college? Baltimore ranks eighth among the most attractive major American metropolitan areas for recent college graduates, taking into account the academic environment, quality of life, professional opportunities, unemployment, cost of living and earning potential, the Baltimore Business Journal reports. Martin Roesch, founder of Sourcefire, a Maryland-made cybersecurity