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Member Organization of
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CITE Maryland  
P.O. Box 1286  
Baltimore, MD 21203  
410 393-2337  

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CITE Maryland is part of the Consortium of Information & Telecommunications Executives (CITE), an effective nonprofit employee resource group and networking system whose goals are to increase the individual and collective effectiveness of African-American managers and associates, and to add value to Verizon and the broader community. The organization is comprised of over three thousand members from thirteen national locals who dedicated members sponsor seminars, workshops, and other activities directed toward the professional and personal development of its members. We support education programs, have a strong focus on outside scholarship funding, and are involved in community activities.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of CITE Maryland, is to provide an organizational framework through which its members may maximize their opportunities to participate in the communications industry primarily through targeted strategic efforts: professional development and training of its members, scholarship for youth, and community outreach. 

OBJECTIVES

  • Market and Communicate the Benefits of CITE Maryland to grow membership

  • Understanding the Business model through  professional development

  • Increase Revenue (W & M Initiative)

  • More effective and timely communication up, down and across with all of it’s constituents

  • Active Involvement and Community Partnerships

VISION

 

CITE Maryland will be the leading Employee Resource Group (ERG) and nonprofit organization providing information and assistance to the members of CITE Maryland and all employees of Verizon Communications and its subsidiaries while serving and providing information and assistance to the African-American communities in which we serve.

 MARKETING OVERVIEW

  • Provide our members opportunities to meet and network with employees from all departments in Verizon who can provide professional and personal support.

  • Continue to provide seminars and workshops designed to enhance our member's development.

  • Work on projects that benefit the African-American communities, in which we live and/or work.

SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Over $80,000.00 in scholarships and book awards donated through our Annual Elizabeth Knight Memorial Scholarship Awards Breakfast

  • Awarded three (3) $1,000.00 scholarships & laptop computers, at the Annual Scholarship Awards Breakfast in November 2006.

STRATEGIC ALLIANCES

  • Organizational membership in the NAACP, Baltimore Urban League and the Maryland Association of Nonprofits.

  • Organizational membership in the Citizens Planning & Housing Association.

PARTNER BENEFITS

  • Partnered with the former Bell Atlantic-Maryland, Inc. and the American Red Cross to perform Bone Marrow Testing on minorities during a Blood Drive.

  • Provided computer software application and Internet training to users of Baltimore County (Randallstown, Woodlawn and Catonsville Branches) and Baltimore City (Broadway and Northwood Branches) Libraries, and to the NAACP

  • Family Technology Center through Project Helping Hands. The project is so successful that other CITE® organizations are duplicating it in their areas.

  • CITE Maryland's webslinger members received 1997-1998 Verizon's Leaders in Excellence Awards, Outstanding Volunteer Service Award, and The Governor’s Volunteer Appreciation Certificate for wiring numerous Baltimore City Schools for the Internet.

 MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

  • Networking - Members are provided opportunities to meet and network with Verizon Senior Officers and other employees from various departments who can provide career and professional support.

  • Professional & Personal Development - Members are provided opportunities to attend seminars and workshops designed to enhance their development

  • Community Involvement - Members work on projects that benefit African-American communities, such as: volunteering skills, talents and time to schools, libraries, soup kitchens; and raising money for scholarships

  • Membership in Regional and National Organizations - Members are automatically enrolled as members of the Consortium of Information and Telecommunications Executives (CITE®), and the National Association of Black Telecommunications Professionals (NABTP).

  • CITE Maryland Message Line - Members can call 410-393-2337 to leave a message on or receive a group distribution message.

  • Quarterly Newsletter - Informs members about CITE Maryland and CITE® through our newsletter The Messenger.

  • Web Site - Keeps members informed about CITE Maryland and the Executive Committee…www.cite-md.org.

 SUMMARY

The Consortium of Information and Telecommunications Executives (CITE Maryland) is an effective networking system and a diversity resource group whose goals are to increase the individual and collective effectiveness of African-American managers and associates, and to add value to Verizon and the broader community. The organization is comprised of dedicated members who sponsor seminars, workshops, and other activities directed toward the professional and personal development of its members. We support education programs, have a strong focus on outside scholarship funding, and are involved in community activities.

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