BBJ: Catalyte trains Baltimore residents to be software developers, city employees through new partnership

Hsu noted that the fellowship model could also save the city money, and prevent the need to outsource when it needs IT help or new tech tools. For what it typically costs to hire one IT consultant, Catalyte can produce four or five fellows, he said.
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Baltimore Corps to host Public Allies Twitter chat May 7

Public Allies is a national movement committed to advancing social justice and equity by engaging and activating the leadership of young people. 
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