Fellowships are short-term professional study, work or research opportunities. Think of them as continuing education - typically, they are focused on a certain topic or industry area, and your job is to either work in or learn about that area for the duration of the fellowship. Nearly all fellowships require you to apply and go through multiple rounds of interviews. Some fellowships cost money, some are free, and the best of them even pay you.
Databases are essentially other online datasets that accumulate information about things that entrepreneurs might care about, such as local businesses, cybersecurity companies, open properties, or other assets. We don’t scrape information from these databases (wouldn’t be kind to them), so instead we provide you direct links to those datasets
Media Sources include things like online publications, blogs, newsletters, or other sites that are salient to entrepreneurs in Baltimore. We don’t algorithmically gather information about media sources, but when our team comes across something interesting, we list it here. Note like with all other Resources, we only list media sources that are hyper-local. If you think we missed an awesome media source that is salient to entrepreneurs, please submit it!
The Other category is essentially where we stick all the programs, and opportunities that we think are super helpful for entrepreneurs to know about, but don’t fall into one of our other Resource categories. Typically, there are not enough resources to justify an entirely new category, so we lump them all together under Other. The categories that fall under Other Resources include: Databases, Media Sources, Fellowships, Education Programs, Places, Pro-bono Services, and Talent & Workforce Development programs.