Maryland Tech Connection

The success of Maryland Tech Connection is built on the strength of its partnerships. With 59 partners and growing, MTC is a robust network of businesses, workforce development entities, economic development entities, training providers, community partners, foundations, and more.

Employer and Business Partners

The Maryland Tech Connections collaborates with more than 60 business and employer partners within and beyond Maryland.  These businesses include MedImmune , LLC, Phoenix Computers, Paragon Bioservices, Inc, Navteca LLC, Assevero Security Consulting LLC just to name a few examples.  Join other companies and organizations making a difference by becoming a Maryland Tech Connection partner. 

Workforce Partners

Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Employment Development; Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development; Frederick Workforce Services; Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation; Mid-Maryland Workforce Investment Area; Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board, Inc.; Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation; Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc; and Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland

Economic Development Partners

Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation; Cecil County Office of Economic Development; Chesapeake Regional Tech Council; City of Rockville Economic Development; Economic Alliance of Great Baltimore; Fort Meade Alliance; Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development; Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), Maryland Chapter; The Patuxent Partnership

Training Providers

Higher Education Institutions

Anne Arundel Community College; College of Southern Maryland; Community College of Baltimore County; Harford Community College; Howard Community College; Montgomery College; UMBC Training Centers; Townson University

Company Lead Trainers

TeleCommunications Systems (cyber security); Assevero Security Consulting (cyber security); Amazon Web Services (cloud technologies); Montgomery College (clinical research project management); FDA MAP (clinical research project management) 

Non Profit Providers

Baltimore BioWorks; Biotechnical Institute of Maryland Bio; BioTrain; MDBio Foundation 

Community Partners

Arundel Lodge, Inc.; Maryland CASH Campaign; MdBio Foundation; Morningstar Baptist Church; People 4 People; Seedco



AARP Foundation; Abell Foundation

MTC Partners