HopkinsLocal announces new goals for investing in Baltimore

Johns Hopkins University and Health Systems announced new HopkinsLocal goals focusing on addressing inequality in Baltimore and boosting the Baltimore economy.

Since it’s launch in 2015, the university and health system surpassed their original goals to build, hire and buy locally. To date, 1,457 city residents have been hired for jobs at Johns Hopkins and an additional $113 million has been spent with city vendors.

Under the next set of three-year goals, the university and health system will continue to hire local workers and buy from local businesses and are pledging to do even more to support the city’s racial minorities, women and veterans to fuel individual and community wealth.

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Source: Johns Hopkins University