Baltimore City Mentor Protege Open House
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh is committed to directly including minority business enterprises throughout the life cycle of the Port Covington Development Project. At 235 acres, Port Covington is one of the largest urban revitalization efforts in the United States and the redevelopment of Port Covington will have a fundamental and far-reaching positive impact on Baltimore, its economy, and its future. To achieve this goal, the Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women-Owned Business and the Port Covington Development Team are partnering to implement the Port Covington Mentor Protégé Program which aims to accelerate business activity among government, developers and MWBEs who are certified with the City of Baltimore. By participating in this selective program, Protégés will receive technical and management assistance by industry leaders in order to grow their business, build new professional relationships, achieve project success and access to future opportunities. On Tuesday, March 26th we will host the first Mentor Protégé Program Open House at City Garage and invite all interested business leaders to attend and learn more.