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Frequently Asked Questions

City Corps is a project of Baltimore Corps, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

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Why is Baltimore Corps expanding nationally? 

Following 10 years of strong success locally, Baltimore Corps is ready to share its model for talent-centered development with other cities and communities throughout the nation. Cities are a great source of untapped talent living in places chronically overwhelmed by our biggest challenges. Over the years, many communities have expressed interest in learning from Baltimore Corps work and bringing the model to their area.

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How do I get my city involved? 

Click here to send an email to our team.

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How is the national expansion being executed? 

City Corps will partner with local mayors, city agencies, and community organizations to identify urgent needs and high-mobility pathways in the workforce, then combine resources with proven models to tailor solutions that best meet those needs.

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Why was Birmingham chosen as the first Expansion City? 

Birmingham is a sister city to Baltimore and faces many of the same challenges and opportunities as a mid-sized city with similar demographics. Birmingham was selected as the first expansion site for its outstanding community, civic, and public leadership and its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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What is the significance of the City Corps logo? 

The slanted logo in the brand identity represents City Corps’ core value of equity. Equity is represented by the gray wedge inserted into the building. The building represents an urban environment (“City”). The solid “O” symbolizes the role of “place,” representing a point where the work emanates from.

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How will City Corps maintain a local focus in partner cities? 

While there will be similarities between partner cities, each city will have a different approach and City Corps will work with each partner to adapt the model to the local needs and context.

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Is City Corps a nonprofit? 

City Corps is a project of Baltimore Corps, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

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Funders:
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Reach out to learn more about how your contributions will scale the work of City Corps, and create impact across communities nation-wide.

Local Leaders:
Bring us to your city.

City Corps is seeking additional partners in this new national movement for service. Connect with us to explore opportunities to work together. 

Non-profit looking for connections & resources?

Get in contact with us through Talent For Good, our coalition for non-profits who are innovating in workforce strategy to address public problems.

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