An Educated Workforce

Johns Hopkins University offers a rigorous interdisciplinary education taught by top academic and research leaders at campuses locally and worldwide.  The University offers over 180 fields of study, with 20,000 full-time and part-time graduate students, and exceptional facilities that lend themselves to discovery, collaboration and the advancement of knowledge.

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The BioTechnical Institute of Maryland is uniquely positioned to meet the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce development needs of Maryland’s growing bioscience industry.

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For more than a decade, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has been the leading recipient of research grants from the National Institutes of Health. The university’s research scientists file hundreds of patent applications annually, and numerous start-up biotech companies have been established using technologies created at JHU.

Additionally, the University of Maryland at Baltimore , the Morgan State University , the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and others are at the forefront of life science research, advanced education, and training.

More than 183,000 full-time-equivalent students attend the colleges and universities in the Baltimore/Washington region, and they help produce some of the brightest and most talented minds in the nation.

East Baltimore Development, Inc., EBDI can consult with employers seeking skilled or specialized workers as well as work directly with employers to access local customized job training resources.