Dwyer Workforce Development (DWD) Closes Monumental $590M Long-Term Healthcare Portfolio Deal That Disrupts the Traditional Approach to Solving Healthcare Workforce Staffing Crisis

Acquisition of Long-Term Healthcare Portfolio Managed by Regency Integrated Health Services and Transition to Not-For-Profit Creates Funding for Life-Changing Career Pathways for Those Lacking Opportunity Through Development of Innovative Support Ecosystem The Jack and Nancy Dwyer Workforce Development Center, Inc. (“Dwyer Workforce Development” or “DWD”) today announced the $590 million acquisition of a Texas-based 50-skilled-nursing-facility […]

Meet the BBJ’s 2022 Enterprising Women panelists

By Joanna Sullivan | Baltimore Business Journal | July 26, 2022 Nearly every workplace has plenty of managers. But far fewer have true leaders. That’s why the Baltimore Business Journal has chosen “Leading the Way” as the theme for this year’s Enterprising Women event as we shine a spotlight on women executives and business owners […]

Nonprofit Hopes to Spur Workers to Enter Healthcare in Baltimore and Beyond

By Johanna Alonso THE DAILY RECORD | January 6, 2022 From providing free healthcare career training to unemployed and underemployed individuals to improving the lives of seniors in local nursing homes and long-term care facilities, Dwyer Workforce Development has big plans for its scholars and the senior healthcare industry.  Read the full article from The […]

Barb Clapp Named CEO at Jack and Nancy Dwyer Workforce Development Program

CFG Bank announced the launch of the newly-formed Jack and Nancy Dwyer Workforce Development Program, a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is “to help resolve the effects of systemic poverty and inequality and help resolve the turnover crisis and burnout due to staffing shortages in the healthcare industry by creating a pathway to advance career opportunities in […]

CFG Bank Launches Workforce Development Program for Healthcare Workers

Published on Senior Housing News | April 28, 2021 BALTIMORE — CFG Bank (CFGB), a Baltimore-based lender, has launched the Jack and Nancy Dwyer Workforce Development Program. The non-profit organization seeks to help resolve the effects of systemic poverty and inequality and help fix the turnover crisis and burnout due to staffing shortages in the […]

Baltimore’s CFG Bank donates $2 million for health care training program

By CHRISTINE CONDONBALTIMORE SUN |APR 15, 2021 AT 8:00 PM The other half of CFG’s donation will go toward the construction of a new building run by Living Classrooms, a Baltimore nonprofit that hosts education and workforce development programs. The Bauer Building, which is scheduled to open in July, will host the new health care training, the news release […]