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BALTIMORE: August 18th at Living Classrooms
August 18, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tickets Are Only Available Online
Network Under 40 exists at the intersection of friendship and business. We understand that we live in a connection economy, and the foundation to success in career and personal life hinges on genuine relationships with real people. Our events are designed to help you build local community and turn transactional, tedious networking events into fun, meaningful experiences! We do this in different areas of town and vary our venue vibes so that you can choose which are a fit for you.
The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park is a Living Classrooms Foundation campus and national heritage site that celebrates the legacy of Baltimore’s own Frederick Douglass, Isaac Myers, and the first shipyard established by African-Americans in 1868 right at the water’s edge on the Inner Harbor in historic Fells Point.The courtyard and pier overlooking the water as well as the indoor Bearmen Gallery are available for rent for your wedding, corporate holiday party, or special occasion.
Many thanks to our sponsor Granite Advertising!
A ticket will get you:
- Free drinks provided by local brewers
- Great appetizers from multiple food vendors and restaurants
- Access to our app SummitSync so you can network with attendees before, during and after the event
We strongly encourage taking Uber, Lyft or carpooling. First time user? Uber promo code: BMOREUNDER40 OR use our Lyft code: NU40 (up to $20)
Mission Statement: Living Classrooms Foundation strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as “living classrooms.”
Founded in Baltimore in 1985, Living Classrooms Foundation has grown into an educational and economic force that combines one of the city’s most cherished assets – its beautiful and historic harbor – with some of its most overlooked – the thousands of bright, ambitious children and young adults who are struggling to succeed against terrible odds. What began with one program in one city has grown into dozens of programs across a region that now encompasses Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland.