Recent Career Catalyst Grads Enter Workforce

Recent Career Catalyst Grads Enter Workforce

Five out of the six participants in our most recent Career Catalyst internship program session are now productively employed, and another has returned to training that was delayed by the pandemic. The program, originally hosted by our business partner, Sparrows Point Country Club, didn’t miss a beat during the pandemic as the workforce training and job seeking continued virtually in March after launching at the beginning of 2020.

Eric Whitby, Michele's Granola

Raven Hilton, Shoprite

Raymond Schultz, Weis Markets

Career Catalyst improves options for individuals with developmental disabilities who seek independence and engagement beyond their current situations. It provides meaningful employment education and experience that enhance their well-being and improve their ability to make a living. What’s more, communities are stronger when they join the workforce.

Our latest grads work part-time in essential positions and earn between $11 and $13 an hour with Shop Rite, Weis Markets, Michele’s Granola, and Royal Farms.

Wayne Lantieri, Royal Farms

Richard Coleman, Royal Farms

Career Catalyst Funders

Allegis Foundation | Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Foundation | Morton & Sophia Macht Foundation | PayPal | Phillips Charitable Foundation | Safeway | Venable Foundation

For details, contact Director of Career Catalyst, Terri Spurrier at 410-296-2272 x5534 or

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