The Caroline Center takes a holistic approach to workforce development and tailors its programs to a changing job market and helping women.
The Center takes a holistic approach to workforce development and tailors its programs to a changing job market. They provide small classes with intensive skills training. Currently, Caroline Center is offering women with a high school diploma certification as either Pharmacy Technicians or Nursing Assistants (CNA). Beyond the classroom training, they provide wrap-around services; including supervised clinical work, internships and life skills support. These services are available to all graduates – for life. Since its inception in 1996, over two thousand women have graduated from Caroline Center.
The Baltimore Women’s Giving Circle selected Caroline Center for a two-year grant in 2016 to help further establish a site in West Baltimore and expand its training and life skills capacity. The first 16 women started training as CNAs in January 2016, in a space donated by St. Agnes Hospital.