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Employ Prince George’s Workforce Wire Podcast serves as a platform to create an open dialogue between job seekers and businesses. Join Walter S. Simmons, Executive Director of Prince George’s County Workforce Development Board and President & CEO of Employ Prince George’s Inc., as he interviews leaders in both private and public sector workforce development, education, economic and business development on key workforce issues that matter to YOU.
 
Encyclopedic Journeys: Maryland Interstate 95 Northbound rev 5 This is an audio tour guide of Northbound Interstate 95 in Maryland from the Virginia border at the Wilson bridge to the Rocky Gorge Reservoir. Topics covered include the Wilson Bridge, National Harbor, and Prince Georges County Maryland, FedEx Field, New Carrolton - The Purple Line, Central Prince Georges County, Calverton Tower, Maryland Route 200 - Intercounty Connector, Rocky Gorge Reservoir, the planned community of Columbia ...
 
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Becoming an entrepreneur/business owner has been a part of the “American Dream” for as long as time can tell, and a growing aspiration for many. But did you know that according to the 2018 Annual Business Survey, Black/African American owned employer businesses account for only 2.2% of the 5.7 million employer businesses in the United States? While…
 
Youth activism has been on the rise throughout the past two decades, but COVID-19 accelerated engagement among youth in our nation. According to CNN, although the pandemic has led to community lockdowns and increased isolation among youth, “Young Americans, in particular, are showing commitment to a pragmatic center of policy priorities: affordable…
 
Slavery, Jim Crow, and decades of economic inequalities have severely impacted the earnings and wealth of black Americans. McKinsey & Company reported that the median white family had more than ten times the wealth of the median black family in 2016. Additionally, McKinsey & Company stated that, “the racial wealth gap between black and white famili…
 
What is Stormwater Management? We’re glad you asked. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Stormwater management is the effort to reduce runoff of rainwater or melted snow into streets, lawns and other sites and the improvement of water quality. Urban or developed areas with poor Stormwater management can have floodi…
 
Tens of millions of Americans have lost their jobs in the coronavirus recession, but for many of them the news is getting even worse: Their positions are going away forever,” according to Politico, “Permanent losses have so far made up only a fraction of the jobs that have vanished since states began shutting down their economies in March, with the…
 
Everyone has New Year's resolutions, and with the current economic climate, many of those resolutions involve regaining employment and financial stability. However, for some, the goal is to stop being an employee and become an entrepreneur. Becoming a business owner can be much harder than many know. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows t…
 
The Coronavirus brought the United States to a standstill! Everyone has been impacted by the pandemic, but America’s small business community may see the greatest impacts. In April, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce reported that 24% of small businesses were temporarily closed and 43% of small business owners believed that they had less than six months …
 
The United States Department of Justice reports that over 650,000 people are released from prison every year. Unfortunately, studies show that approximately two-thirds of those released will likely be rearrested within three years. The Workforce Wire podcast series, “Walking in My Shoes”, features returning citizens who have successfully transition…
 
The Coronavirus shocked the world! There isn’t a city, state or INDUSTRY that hasn’t been affected by pandemic. Out of all the topics and headlines, one that hasn’t been widely discussed is the nonprofit sectors response to the pandemic and the impacts of the pandemic on the sector. As nonprofits around the Country answered the calls of their local…
 
The United States Department of Justice reports that over 650,000 people are released from prison every year. Unfortunately, studies show that approximately two-thirds of those released will likely be rearrested within three years. The Workforce Wire podcast series, “Walking in My Shoes”, features returning citizens who have successfully transition…
 
The Coronavirus has changed the landscape of workforce development for the short term and foreseeable future. Due to the recession caused by the Coronavirus, Local Workforce Development Boards and workforce development service providers are expecting millions of dollars in available funding. This episode features grant writer, trainer, workforce de…
 
The death of George Floyd catapulted discussions about Black Lives Matter, racism, police brutality, social justice, and equality from national media outlets to kitchen tables across America. In some cities across the Country these discussions became public protest, and unfortunately riots. What role do these discussions have in the workplace? How …
 
The United States Department of Justice reports that over 650,000 people are released from prison every year. Unfortunately, studies show that approximately two-thirds of those released will likely be rearrested within three years. The Workforce Wire podcast series, “Walking in My Shoes”, features returning citizens who have successfully transition…
 
The Coronavirus has changed the landscape of workforce development, shutting down American Job Centers and limiting face to face interactions for workforce development providers across the United States. To stop the spread of the Coronavirus and the new social distancing “norm”, most workforce providers are transitioning to virtual services, and ed…
 
The death of George Floyd reinvigorated the pulsating Black Lives Matter Movement, catapulting discussions on racism, police brutality, police reform and equality to the national stage. As protest and riots erupted across the United States, people have been forced to have uncomfortable discussions on race. How should these discussions take place in…
 
The United States Department of Justice reports that over 650,000 people are released from prison every year. Unfortunately, studies show that approximately two-thirds of those released will likely be rearrested within three years. The Workforce Wire podcast series, “Walking in My Shoes”, features returning citizens who have successfully transition…
 
The Coronavirus has changed the landscape of workforce development, shutting down American Job Centers and limiting face to face interactions for workforce development providers across the United States. To stop the spread of the Coronavirus and the new social distancing “norm”, most workforce providers should be transitioning to virtual services. …
 
The terms “Reentry” and “Returning Citizens” have become a popular phrases and topics of discussion for politicians, the media and workforce development professionals. Unfortunately the most important people for these discussions, returning citizens, aren’t being included. To ensure the voices of returning citizens are being heard, The Workforce Wi…
 
Eight minutes and forty-six seconds shook an already fractured America. Eighty minutes and forty-six seconds represents the amount of time Minneapolis Police Officer, Derek Chauvin, pinned his knee on the neck of George Floyd. Officer Chauvin kept his knee on the neck of George Floyd even after Mr. Floyd lost consciousness and a full minute after p…
 
In 2019, the USA Today reported that 52% of LGBTQ people living in America lived in states where they could be fired, harassed, or declined for promotions due to their sexual orientation. Yes, that means in 28 states in the US it is legal to fire a worker for being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. With such disturbing data, it is not surpris…
 
According to the Washington Post, https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/latinos-coronavirus/2020/05/25/6b5c882a-946e-11ea-82b4-c8db161ff6e5_story.html, Latinos make up for 10% of the population and third of all Coronavirus cases in the DC Metropolitan Region. This episode includes the expert opinion of Prince George’s County District Two Councilmemb…
 
In this episode, you'll learn about the Job Opportunities Task Force, and the work that they are doing to get low wage workers access to high paying jobs. Discover initiatives including Project JumpStart, Baltimore's pre-apprenticeship program in the building trades, which helps participants become licensed electricians, plumbers, or carpenters. Yo…
 
In this episode, you'll discover how to use social media in your job search. Discover do's and don'ts when it comes to using social media as a job seeker, and nontraditional methods of searching for employment. You'll also learn about DMV Job Connections, a Facebook group with over 60,000 members, that can assist you in your search for employment.…
 
"Apprenticeship" is arguably the most popular word in workforce development today. But what is an Apprenticeship? More importantly, what is a Registered Apprenticeship? This episode will discuss registered apprenticeships, types of registered apprenticeships and implementing registered apprenticeships locally. The guest is Chris MacLarion, Director…
 
Commonly people associate apprenticeships with the building trades and men. This episode will discuss nontraditional apprenticeship occupations and how to integrate women, minorities and other demographics into apprenticeships. The guest is Emma Brennan, Women in the Trades Project Manager at Metro Washington Council AFL-CIO.…
 
Wendy Wolff, Director of Strategic Engagement for Maryland Nonprofits, joins the program to discuss the mission and vision of her organization, as well as the various opportunities that are available working with nonprofits in the region. Wendy speaks about the Standards for Excellence accreditation and the benefits of that accreditation for nonpro…
 
Millenials are commonly the reference of negative connotations in today's workforce. The Success Millennial is a New Wire series dedicated to highlighting succesfull milennials while providing tips to assist in the development and growth of millennials in the workforce. This episode will discuss careers in government and how millennials can achieve…
 
Millenials are commonly the reference of negative connotations in today's workforce. The Success Millennial is a New Wire series dedicated to highlighting succesfull milennials while providing tips to assist in the development and growth of millennials in the workforce. This episode will discuss careers in government and how millennials can achieve…
 
Disconnected Youth, Opportunity Youth, Out of School Youth, or youth ages 18 to 24 who are not enrolled in school or employed, became priorities of workforce systems across the Country with the enactment of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014. WIOA requires 75% of youth funds be directed toward Out of School Youth. This requirement…
 
This episode features an interview with Shay Curry, Manager of Human Resources, Aerospace Group- Fluid and Electrical Distribution Division at Eaton. Discover the opportunities and career pathways within advanced manufacturing, the positions that Eaton Aerospace posts most frequently, and what makes advanced manufacturing different from other jobs …
 
This episode features an interview with Tiffany Harvey, Legislative Director, Office of the Prince George's County Executive. Tiffany provides an overview of the outcomes of the 2019 Maryland General Assembly, including the laws that were passed, the laws that weren't passed and the laws that were pushed for 2020. The discussion includes a conversa…
 
Welcome to the eighth episode of Between the Beltways. As November elections approach, hosts Deepan Chatterjee, Ph.D, and Shreyasi Deb, Ph.D., welcome Zach Cohen, political analyst and Senate correspondent of the National Journal, back to the show for a wide-ranging discussion of likely prospects in local and national races.This podcast is brought …
 
In the seventh episode of Between the Beltways, hosts Deepan Chatterjee, Ph.D, and Shreyasi Deb, Ph.D., welcome special guest Dr. Clarence Lam, representative for Maryland's 12th legislative district, who is running for re-election in November. In the second half, join Deepan and Shreyasi for a round-up of election and political news.This podcast i…
 
Please join hosts Deepan Chatterjee, Ph.D, and Shreyasi Deb, Ph.D., in Between the Beltways, episode six, for a conversation with Steve Bolen, candidate for Maryland State Delegate, District 9A, and his wife, Linda. Stay tuned for the second half, as Deepan and Shreyasi discuss developments in midterm election races, both in the state of Maryland, …
 
In the second episode of Between the Beltways, hosts Deepan Chatterjee, Ph.D, and Shreyasi Deb, Ph.D., discuss recent developments in the races that will define the 2018 midterm election for Central Maryland. This episode features an interview with Vice-Chairman of the National Libertarian Party, Arvin Vohra, who is running to be Maryland's next Se…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Between the Beltways, dateline February 2018. Hosts Deepan Chatterjee, Ph.D, and Shreyasi Deb, Ph.D., take their first dive into the races that will define the 2018 midterm election for Central Maryland. They also welcome Calvin Ball, the Democratic candidate for Howard County Executive.This podcast is brought to you…
 
Welcome one and all to the latest addition to the aois21 podcast network. Between The Beltways takes you outside of the halls of Congress and the busy streets of DC and Baltimore to cover the top political news from the Maryland counties of Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George’s. As Maryland faces several major races in the 2018 midterms, hosts De…
 
The City of Prince George operates a Nuisance Mosquito Abatement program to reduce mosquito annoyance for residents of and visitors to the City. The immediate and most urgent responsibility of the program is to control nuisance mosquitoes at a level that is tolerable to visitors, residents and livestock, especially during the peak mosquito season i…
 
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