Who Is Involved

The success of AAWDC YouthWorks! to provide workforce development programs and supportive services to the county's youth are not possible without the support of its employer, community, and funding partners. 

If you are interested in partnering with us, please send us an email, complete a partner interest form, or consider contributing to our programs to help us serve more youth in Anne Arundel County.  

Our Current Partners Include:

Community Partners

  • The Annapolis High School Change Engineering Signature Program brings together students, educators, community, and business leaders to enhance classroom instruction to be workforce relevant, interesting, and challenging for students.
  • The Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis
    HACA's mission is to achieve excellence by providing housing, and self-sufficiency opportunities, and by promoting customer satisfaction to enhance the quality of life for low, very-low, and moderate-income residents.
  • AACC
    AACC is a fully accredited, public, two-year institution offering extensive lifelong learning opportunities; credit programs leading to an associate degree, certificate, or letter of recognition; and a college experience.
  • Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services
    The mission of Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services is: To assist county residents to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency; provide services to strengthen individuals and families; and join community partners in the protection of vulnerable children and adults.
  • Anne Arundel County Volunteer Center
    The Anne Arundel County Volunteer Center is the premier volunteer connector in Anne Arundel County and the City of Annapolis. Volunteers of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds are mobilized to feed the homeless, serve seniors, protect the environment, mentor youth and change our community for the better.
  • The Partnership for Children Youth and Families Logo
    Our vision is that every citizen of Anne Arundel County will live in a safe community in a quality home that he or she can afford, be financially secure and properly nourished, have the job skills needed to succeed in the workplace, be part of a well-functioning family unit, have equal opportunity, have access to comprehensive physical and behavioral health services, and live a long, healthy and fulfilled life.
  • Anne Arundel County Public Schools
  • Maryland Department of Rehabilitative Services
    The Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) offers programs and services that help people with disabilities go to work or stay independent in their homes and communities.
  • First National Bank
  • Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation
    The Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation protects and empowers Marylander's by safeguarding workers, protecting consumers, providing a safety net and cultivating a thriving workforce that can meet the demands of Maryland’s dynamic economy.