About the Baltimore Integration Partnership Updated May 2013


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About the Baltimore Integration Partnership Updated May 2013

  1. 1. Community Profile19.528.639.534.239.535.825. 10.7 4.50%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Maryland Baltimore BIP Target AreasLess than HS High SchoolSome College Bachelors or Higher2008 Housing TypologyShare Unemployed Residents 25 - 64by Educational Attainment, 2009
  2. 2. The Baltimore AwardTotal Living Cities Funding $2.77 million in grants $15 million in program-related investments and commercial debtGoal: Reconnect low-income Baltimore City residents whoare predominantly African American to the regionaleconomy, maximize the linkage between physical andhuman capital development, and to reinvest in targetedinner-core neighborhoods so that they become regionallycompetitive, economically diverse, sustainablecommunities of choice.
  3. 3. The BIP PartnershipState of MarylandCity of BaltimoreAnnie E. Casey FoundationAssociated Black CharitiesThe Goldseker FoundationBaltimore Workforce Funders CollaborativeBaltimore Neighborhood CollaborativeJohns Hopkins UniversityMaryland Institute College of ArtCentral Baltimore PartnershipCentral Maryland Transportation AllianceEast Baltimore Development, IncJob Opportunities Task ForcePublic College/UniversityNonprofitPhilanthropicCommunity Development Financial InstitutionThe Reinvestment FundAssociation of BaltimoreArea GrantmakersCoordinatorUniversity of BaltimoreUniversity of Maryland- BaltimoreBaltimore City Community CollegeBaltimore Metropolitan Council
  4. 4. BIP Strategies / Activities Connecting Low-Income Neighborhood Residents to Family SupportingEmployment Neighborhood Pipelines/ Access Points Bridge and Occupational Training Making Economic Inclusion Business as Usual Capital Investments Anchor Institutions Attracting and Deploying Capital for Building Communities andExpanding Opportunity CDFI Capacity Building Aligned Investment in Catalytic Projects Small Business Supports Aligning and Accelerating Effort to Achieve Durable Change Regional and State Initiatives Policy and Systems Change
  5. 5. EBDICBPRed LineBIP Areas Eligible for CapitalWorkforce PipelinePhotography by Greg PeaseConnecting to EmploymentCommunity-Based Workforce Pipelines
  6. 6. Photography by Greg PeaseConnecting to EmploymentWorkforce Development PartnersMayor’s Office of Employment Development- WIA SystemGreater Homewood / Central Baltimore Partnership- Central Pipeline PartnerEast Baltimore Development, Inc- East Pipeline PartnerJob Opportunities Task Force - JumpStart Program- Pre-Apprenticeship Construction TrainingEpiscopal Community Services of Maryland-Construction/Deconstruction Training*Baltimore Reads-Accelerated GED PreparationThe Caroline Center- CNA, GNA, and Pharmacy Technicians*For individuals transitioning from incarceration**Funded by Baltimore Workforce Funders Collaboration***For participating employees at MICA and JHUSt. Vincent de Paul**- Culinary / Food PreparationHumanim- Retail/HospitalityBiotechnical Institute of Maryland- Laboratory AssociateBaltimore Alliance for Careers in Healthcare- Career Coaching at Anchor Institutions***
  7. 7. Attracting and Deploying CapitalTRF ProfileReal EstateDevelopmentPolicy &Information ServicesBusiness LinesLending &Investing $1 billion in cumulativeinvestments and loansthroughout the mid-Atlantic Currently manages $700million in capital, withnearly 830 investors PolicyMapThe Reinvestment Fund builds wealth andopportunity for low-income people and placesthrough the promotion of socially andenvironmentally responsible development.
  8. 8. Attracting and Deploying CapitalGoals and Screening1. Create short or long term employment opportunities2. Offer opportunities residents / employees to build equity3. Increase/improve neighborhood amenities and services to create opportunityand deliver tangible benefits;4. Make improvements to community conditions by addressing blight and vacantproperty through new construction and/or rehabilitation of existing uses basedon a community plan or through demonstrated community support**Projects Must Meet 2 of 4 CriteriaBIP Catalytic Project Screening CriteriaEconomic Inclusion Goals1. Local workforce goals for residential (20%) and commercial (15%)construction.2. Contracting goals for African American Businesses (27%).3. First source hiring for open construction and permanent positions.
  9. 9. Attracting and Deploying Capital for BuildingCommunities and Expanding Opportunity
  10. 10. Attracting and Deploying CapitalPhotography by Greg PeaseTelesis - BarclayLillian Jones – Johnston SquareMi Casa – Johnston SquareThe Chesapeake – Station North
  11. 11. Economic InclusionAnchor InstitutionsAnchor Institutions influence the BIP TargetAreas Eastside (JHH) Central Baltimore (UB, MICA, and JHU) Westside (UMB, Coppin, Bon Secours).Opportunity: Build on proximity of these institutions as influencingagents in the target areas for the revitalization and the workforcedevelopment opportunities that they may offer particularly through: Local hiring practices Procurement activities (local small /minority businesses) Capital investments (both revitalization and job opportunities)
  12. 12. Making Economic Inclusion Business as UsualBaltimore City Eds/Meds Anchor Institutions
  13. 13. 0%5%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%19691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009ShareofMarylandsTotalEmploymentBaltimore City Baltimore Suburbs DC Suburbs Southern MDWestern MD Upper Shore Lower ShoreShare of MD Total EmploymentSource: SEED Initiative; U.S. Bureau of Economic AnalysisOver the last 40years, Baltimore City’sshare of job opportunitieshas declined whilesuburban Baltimore andDC have grownconsiderably.
  14. 14. Aligning and Accelerating EffortPartnering to Broaden Application of IdeasSustainable and EquitableEconomic Development InitiativeBaltimore SustainableCommunities InitiativeBaltimore IntegrationPartnership
  15. 15. Partner Policy & System Changes CDFI serving Baltimore for Redevelopment Financing Employ Baltimore Executive Order Maryland Department of Transportation’s 0.5% ($1 million in workforce funding) MD DHCD New Sustainable Communities Requirements JHU Economic Inclusion Policies EARN Legislation ($4.5 million in workforce funding) Ban the Box Legislation Ease Drivers Restrictions for Adults New Microenterprise Lending Train Baltimore Baltimore City Lets Get to Work Initiative Anchor Local Hiring/Purchasing PracticesCompleted and Ongoing Policy and System WorkOther Key Developments CDFI Roundtable Baltimore City Anchor Plan – In Progress BRIDGE Workforce Development – In Progress Study of Anchor Food Sector – In Progress Small Business Ecosystem Study – In Progress