The Caroline Center is a learning and career center in Baltimore, Maryland. Caroline Center was founded in 1996 on the bold vision of Mother Caroline Friess (1824-1892), the woman who established the School Sisters of Notre Dame in North America and whose passion for education and deep concern for persons whom society had marginalized remains central to their mission. We are proud of our commitment to women and our commitment to work.
"In under-served communities, securing a good job has always been a challenge, and when you add a global pandemic in the mix, it becomes an even bigger hurdle to clear."
The ceremony for the 77th class of Caroline Center was a special occasion as it was the start of the 25th anniversary celebrations for the Center. Graduates, the Center’s leadership and many SSND Sisters joined in prayer with Provincial Leader Sister Charmaine Krohe, who led the blessing of the graduates and the building.
At the Caroline Center, “good news rules!” Recently the Center staff found out that development director, Michelle Payne, was featured in the Baltimore Sun during the holidays!