The Board of Directors of the Greater Baltimore Urban League has selected RTGX’s President and CEO and Founder to be recipients of the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award for the year 2015. The award is given to those who advance the quality of life of the citizens of Baltimore and are role models, humanitarians and who give their time in support of the community. Continue reading RTGX Executives Recognized for Humanitarian Efforts
Earlier this year RTGX Executives were given the opportunity to visit a Zwelibanzi High School in the Umlazi Township in South Africa. This High School utilizes its very few but precious resources, including the commitment of the teachers and volunteers to teach and keep the flame for knowledge burning for students from tough circumstances – some of whom walk miles to get to the school everyday. Continue reading RTGX Executives Help Zwelibanzi High School
On December 15th 2011 from 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM RTGX Founders and Executives will participate in the grand opening of the Power House and the RTGX Greater Baltimore Cares Technology Center at 316 S. Caroline Street, Baltimore Maryland 21231. Continue reading RTGX Founders and Executives to participate in grand opening
To those who follow our random postings we are happy to announce that RTGX has garnered another industry kudos in the form of being selected to the SmartCEO Future 50 list. SmartCEO receives 200 nominations and selects 50 firms for the award.
The Future 50 will be honored at a dinner gala in January 2012. On October 23, 2012 Continue reading While we have been away!
RTGX & Greater Baltimore Cares team up to support the living Classroom Foundation’s Perkins Community Project
RTGX has agreed to lend technical expertise and technology support for the Living Classrooms Foundation’s Perkins Community Center project. The Perkins Community Center will be housed in an historic abandoned firehouse located in the center of the Perkins Housing Project community. Continue reading RTGX & Greater Baltimore Cares team up to support the living Classroom Foundation’s Perkins Community Project