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After she graduated from high school, Benica’s only source of income was as a part-time banquet server with a sporadic weekend schedule.
Kevin struggled to secure steady work on his own after being released from a correctional facility.
Angela Gillespie, 38, was an unemployed childcare worker looking for a new career path.
In 2006, Tishia’s secure home life unraveled when her father and stepmother divorced and her father spiraled into depression.
When Brendon was first hired by the ABC Box Company in 2013, it was his first job.
When Rhonda Hammonds first came to the Westside Youth Opportunity (YO) Center in 2008, she had her sights set on a career in the sports/fitness field.
In 2003, Sharonda was an 18-year-old single mother facing multiple challenges.
As a child, Marcus dreamed of working in the science/math field when he grew up.
Eighteen year old Daquan's first YouthWorks summer job was in 2009 when he was assigned to work for Civic Justice Corps at Patapsco Valley State Park.
Leanne Tilton had not worked in corporate America in years. Like many people, she decided that caring for her aging parents was more important.