February 20, 2020

New Chief of Staff Reggie Davis Connects Inner Workings to Mission Achievement

Strong City Baltimore helps people and organizations to be more effective and efficient – through human development at the Adult Learning Center, skill sharing at Neighborhood […]
February 20, 2020

Full List of Tracks and Workshops Announced for Neighborhood Institute 2020

Neighborhood Institute, Strong City Baltimore’s annual skill-building conference for neighborhood leaders, activists, and nonprofit professionals, is just five weeks away! This year we have a new venue, new partners, and a […]
January 31, 2020

As veteran staffers Tyson Garith and Karen DeCamp depart, each leaves a powerful legacy

Even as Strong City celebrates moving into our beautiful new space, it is a bittersweet time as we say farewell to two of our longest-tenured staff […]
January 16, 2020

After more than four years of planning, staff move into the Hoen Lithograph Building

We made it!   More than four years of preparation and partnership paid off two weeks ago when Strong City officially reopened in our new space. It’s hard to believe that less than […]
December 20, 2019

Press Release: Strong City Baltimore Relocates to Historic Hoen Lithograph Building on East Side

For Immediate Release  Media Inquiries: Samantha Solomon, ssolomon@strongcitybaltimore.org, 301-706-0445  After 50 years in Charles Village, the grassroots nonprofit Strong City Baltimore is opening a new chapter in its […]
December 16, 2019

Executive Director Jesse Schneiderman Brings New Vision for ALC’s Future in East Baltimore

As the new Executive Director of Strong City Baltimore’s Adult Learning Center, Jesse Schneiderman isn’t going “back to school.” The fact is, he never left.  Jesse, who […]
November 19, 2019

NNFS Annual Gathering Reflects Growth and Depth in the Fiscal Sponsorship Industry

Fiscal sponsors from across the country convened in Philadelphia at the end of October for the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors (NNFS) National Gathering. In this […]
October 9, 2019

Strong City Presents Discussion Panel on Neighborhood Change

Neighborhoods are constantly changing. How does Baltimore’s history of redlining and segregation continue to affect housing patterns today? Is gentrification inevitable? And what are people doing […]
September 11, 2019

Neighborhood Institute Coming to BCCC in March 2020 With Theme of ‘Building Civic Power’

Neighborhood Institute is back! Strong City Baltimore’s signature annual event is returning in spring 2020 with a new venue, new partners, and a special focus on […]