Major Community Schools Initiative is now a Division of Humanim, the Baltimore-based nonprofit. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 6, 2014 BALTIMORE – Elev8 Baltimore, an award-winning community schools initiative working in four schools in the city, has become a division of Humanim, the Baltimore-based nonprofit focused on workforce development, human services and social enterprise. Elev8 Baltimore’s move
Cindy Plavier-Truitt and Jeff Carroll to co-lead three hour, intensive, breakout session at the Social Enterprise Alliance National Summit 2014 in Nashville this April.Continue reading "Recycling and Deconstruction: What It Takes to Get in the Game"
College Goal Maryland is a FREE event to help students and families complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).Continue reading "Need Money for College?"
Humanim’s own Mary Manzoni, Vice President of Workforce Development, was selected to participate in the 2014 American Express Leadership Academy.Continue reading "Mary Manzoni selected for American Express Leadership Academy"
The Details crew working on first residential project over 10,000 square feet. 20 crew members employed and tons of material reclaimed and reused!Continue reading "Our first residential project over 10,000 square feet"
Humanim congratulates the Parks & People Foundation for winning the Maryland Department of the Environment’s 2013 Smart, Green & Growing Award.Continue reading "P&PF wins Smart, Green & Growing Award"
Humanim, upon the request of the Delaware Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, replicated our SOS program in Wilmington in 2013.Continue reading "Start on Success expands to Delaware!"
Join us for the second in a 4-part ‘Spotlight on Sector Speaker Series’ discussing Sector-Based Strategies of Workforce DevelopmentContinue reading "Happy New Year"
A planning grant will help Humanim, D&T Welding Contractor, and Cianbro train a workforce of welders for the future.Continue reading "Wind farms among beneficiaries of Md. planning grants"