Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join forces with the Job Opportunities Task Force to launch TrainBaltimore.org.
The website will feature a searchable database of free and low-cost job training programs in Baltimore.
TrainBaltimore.org is designed to give city residents access to high-wage jobs by providing them with the information they need regarding the training for those jobs.
Residents will be able to access the website at MOED's Youth Opportunity (YO! Baltimore) centers, Community Job Hubs and the Workforce Reception Center.
The Mayor and others announcing the website will be at the Eastside One-Stop Career Center on East Madison Street.
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