Receive free legal advice, plus learn about expungement and how to succeed with a criminal record at the 8th annual Back to the Neighborhood: Expungement Workshop event.Continue reading "Event: Back to the Neighborhood Expungement Clinic"
Interested in a career in fiber optic cabling? Humanim and Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) have partnered to provide a Fiber Optic Cabling career training program.Continue reading "Free Fiber Optic Cabling Career Training"
This month we spotlight our Developmental Disabilities Customized Employment Program which provides vocational training and employment services to our developmental disabilities clients.Continue reading "Program Spotlight: Customized Employment"
Our developmental disabilities client David Hodges celebrated his 30 year anniversary at The Outer Office this month, where he started working in May 1988 as a clerk.Continue reading "David Hodges Celebrates 30th Employment Anniversary"
We were thrilled to participate in the Horizon Foundation’s 2nd ever Mental Health Film Festival this month – where our CEO Henry Posko provided opening statements.Continue reading "Horizon Foundation’s 2018 Mental Health Film Festival"
As part of Governor & Cabinet Baltimore City Day, Maryland cabinet members and staff were able to visit and tour some of our social enterprises, including Brick and Board and City Seeds.Continue reading "Maryland Secretaries Take a Tour of Humanim Social Enterprise"
Watch the video from Room & Board, our commercial partner in the Baltimore Wood Project – which beautifully details the journey of urban wood from abandoned Baltimore row homes to the Room & Board showroom and store, and its social impact along the way.Continue reading "Salvaging Baltimore with the U.S. Forest Service"
Job creation. Crime reduction. Community development. Reclaiming and recycling Baltimore’s wood. USA Today highlights the environmental & social impact of our partnership with U.S. Forest Service – the Baltimore Wood Project.Continue reading "USA Today Highlights Humanim Collaboration: The Baltimore Wood Project"
Humanim was one of 58 Maryland employers recognized as Healthiest Maryland Businesses for their exemplary accomplishments in work site health promotion.Continue reading "Healthiest Maryland Businesses Wellness at Work Awards 2018"