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Baltimore Citizens For Positive Change 2

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  • Ella Baker Center web page
  • Maryland department of transportation web site for July 2008
  • Does not require irrigation or chemical treatments, making native planting less expensive.
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    • 1.  
    • 2.  
    • 3.
      • MISSION
      • BCPC-CDC is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting community development and self-sufficiency by providing educational programs, violence prevention initiatives and by creating sustainable employment and affordable housing opportunities for Baltimore City residents.
    • 4.
      • This will be accomplished through life education training conferences and seminars,
      • the development and implementation of Green jobs trainings and entrepreneurial coaching.
      • The Green economy is based on jobs that help protect the environment by reducing energy, material and water use, while at the same time reducing the amount of pollution and waste created.
    • 5.
      • Baltimore Citizens for Positive Change, CDC has 6 focus points to be carried out through the program.
      • One focus point is to work with juvenile ex-offenders and other community members that need life and job skills training and are searching for employment.
      • Two community safety program “Silence The Violence” campaign
      • Three Green Building awareness and training “10 week Pre-construction skills course”
      • Four Entrepreneurial coaching program
      • Five Elderly home repair program
      • Six Housing development and financial counseling.
    • 6.
        •  
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    • 7.
      • Solar panel installation
      • Wind turbine manufacturing
      • Energy efficiency retrofitting
      • Green remodeling
      • Green Building
      • Sustainable Food and Agriculture
      • Renewable energy
    • 8.
      • 81 Square Miles
      • 637,556 Residents
      • 64.3% Black
      • 31.0% White
      • 1.7% Hispanic or Latino
      • 0.8% American Indian
      • 0.7% Other
    • 9.
      • Labor Force 276,536
      • Employment 252,920
      • Unemployment 23,616
      • Rate 8.5%
      • July 2009
      • According to U.S. Bureau of labor and statistics
    • 10.
      • Crime
      • Violent Crimes 10816
      • Murder 276
      • Aggravated assaults
      • 6173
      • Rape 138
      • Property crimes 32321
      • Education
      • 4 th Highest Drop Out
      • Rate in the Nation
      • Baltimore City Schools
      • has a 34% graduation
      • rate.
    • 11.  
    • 12. Uplifting young people and addressing Baltimore’s violence with a mix of social activism and street culture. Silence the Violence is a holistic campaign working to decrease violence and win peace on the streets of Baltimore by increasing opportunities. SILENCE THE VIOLENCE HOSTS ANNUAL RALLIES THROUGHOUT BALTIMORE CITY  
    • 13.
      • ONCE A WEEK
      • IN YOUR NIEGHBORHOOD
      • 7pm-8pm
      • Pray for the area
      • To connect residents to resources
      • To share information
      • To help clean up
    • 14.
      • Violence Reduction
      • Sustainable Education and Employment
      • Youth Investment
      • Blight Abatement
      • Infrastructure Investment
    • 15.  
    • 16.  
    • 17.
      • If green business is one of your primary goals.
      • BCPC will help you find a business that suits your passions, personality, strengths, experience, goals, beliefs and ideals.
      • Are you Inclined to sell?
      • Can you Provide a Service?
      • Into Manufacturing?
    • 18.
      • What Do Customers Want?
      • Business Structures
      • Startup Costs
      • Website Design
      • Green Financing
      • Social Responsibility
      • Establishing a Green Business Culture
      • Making Money
    • 19.
      • Worker safety & use of power tools
      • Construction Math
      • Foundations & floors
      • Overview of Carpentry, Plumbing & Electrical
      • Structural Framing
      • And more...
    • 20.
      • Baltimore resident
      • HS Diploma/GED
      • Ability to pass drug test
      • Right to work status
      • Read and speak English
      • Pass basic skills test
    • 21.
      • Green Collar jobs
      • Service 100 residents
      • 90% Graduation rate
      • 85% Job Placement rate
      • 85% Job Retention rate
      • $18.33 an average starting wage for graduates
    • 22.  
    • 23.
      • Directors meet collectively as the board of directors, and are responsible—Legally, financially, and morally for the management and operations of BCPC-CDC
      • We are looking for persons who will be committed to the goals of BCPC
      • Have real-world knowledge
      • Experience managing resources and people
      • Loves to make waves

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