Given the sluggish economic conditions that continue to exist as a consequence of the Great Recession of 2009, there are still fewer job opportunities available than are needed in order to achieve robust growth…Continue reading "Social Enterprise as an Engine for Job Creation"
Ravens 34 – 49ers’ 31 Congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens for an incredible season and a great NFL Super Bowl victory! We would like to thank the Raven’s for their commitment to the City of Baltimore. Your hard work and dedication to excellence, both as an organization and as individual players, lifts the spirits of
In November 2012 ABC began their girl talk conversation on the impact of race on women’s lives…Continue reading "Girl Talk: Women and Race"
Diane Bell-McKoy, President/CEO, Associated Black Charities, will moderate a panel discussion about the ways race impacts women’s lives.Continue reading "Girl Talk: Women and Race"
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Over the past few weeks, we have shared a number of stories from neighbors who have found employment and began careers through EBDI’s workforce training partners…Continue reading "Humanim’s Baltimore Elite Service Training (BEST) program"
Humanim’s Chief Development Officer, Cindy Plavier-Truitt, presented on behalf of Baltimore Racial Justice Action (BRJA) on a panel organized by SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice).Continue reading "Humanim Officer Presents at Facing Race"
The Power of Mentoring: Shawnita’s and Ebony’s Story Posted on January 30, 2013 by NCWD In celebration of National Mentoring Month, the Institute for Educational Leadership’s Center for Workforce Development wanted to share some personal stories that show the power of mentoring in youth’s lives. I interviewed a mentor and mentee from the Ready to
DETAILS, a Humanim deconstruction social enterprise, was selected as a vendor to perform interior deconstruction for the project converting the historic Inn at Government House into a boutique hotel in Mt. Vernon.Continue reading "Green Job Creation"