Join Our Employers Network

We invite corporations to complete this form  to join our robust employer’s network.

The Featherstone Foundation has an unparalleled network of multilingual candidates and trainees from underrepresented communities. Our robust network makes the Featherstone Foundation the premier source to support employers in their need to attract top talent. With employers’ self-reported inability to systematically “find diverse talent,” we have developed this program as a solution.

Our employer’s network provides a pipeline of qualified candidates from diverse backgrounds and creates career pathways for individuals.  

Systemic Change: Our annual employer partners’ meeting convenes more than 20 leaders from Baltimore’s top corporations to address inequalities in recruitment, hiring, and retention and to help HR professionals make systematic changes in their hiring that address economic and racial disparities.

Our strategic partnerships: 

WORKFORCE PARTNERS: The Featherstone Foundation has strong partnership with employers who are seeking to hire diverse talent: Bank of America, BB&T now Truist, Fulton Bank, Howard Bank, PNC, MECU, SECU, Wells Fargo, State Farm, New York Life Insurance Company and Maryland Live Casino.

ACADEMIC PARTNERS: Baltimore City Public School System, Baltimore City Community College, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Coppin State University, Dunbar High School, Morgan State University, Loyola University, Patterson Park Public Charter School and University of Baltimore. 

 COMMUNITY PARTNERS: With our strong relationships in the community, we have an effective outreach and recruitment strategy: Adelente Latino, Cool & Associates, Centro Sol, Esperanza Center, Latino Providers Network, Open Society Institute-Baltimore, Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Latino Economic Development Center, Mundo Latino, Goodwill of the Chesapeake, Southeast Community Development Center, and local Spanish-language churches and media outlets.

GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS: Embassy of Mexico, Governor’s Office of Hispanic Outreach and the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs