Those looking to find work in Maryland's emerging gaming economy can participate in a program in Baltimore to learn how to become a table games dealer, Caesar's Horseshoe Casino and the nonprofit Generation announced Tuesday.
Designed for young people looking for jobs or unemployed adults, the program is free and takes place at the Baltimore casino. The program was created to try to match the "enormous" need for more table games operates, particularly with growth projections of the industry. Those who successfully complete the program can get a $500 bonus upon hiring.
Generation, a youth employment nonprofit aiming to provide young people with sustainable careers and supply businesses with skilled and motivated workers, hopes to reach 100 young adults. The program will teach them the skills needed to operate the table games, as well as learn professional skills, math, and communication, Generation said. Participants will receive a stipend during the five-week program.
More information about the training and job opportunities can be found on Generation's website.