Next City: In Baltimore, Retrain America Creates Tech Jobs Pipeline for Underrepresented Talent

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Lilly Tilden won’t forget the first time she noticed her software development work making an impact. Tilden, whose last job was working as a ski-lift operator in Colorado, had completed a grueling 20-week developer training with Baltimore software firm Catalyte and by fall of 2020, she was working with the Baltimore City Health Department to improve its apps to track and administer COVID vaccinations, mobile testing and other COVID-related metrics.

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