Congratulations to our VP of Advancement Diana Ellis, who graduated this December as part of Leadership Maryland’s Class of 2017. Leadership Maryland is a prestigious professional development program dedicated to building a better Maryland by harnessing the strength of its local business and community leaders.Continue reading "Humanim VP of Advancement Diana Ellis Graduates from Leadership Maryland"
Humanim was once again named a Top Workplace for the 6th year in a row by the Baltimore Sun. We are honored to be recognized as a workplace where employees are supported, valued and encouraged to succeed.Continue reading "Humanim Named Top Workplace for 6th Year in a Row"
Read how City Seeds, a Humanim Social Enterprise will support the Baltimore Food Hub’s job creation and food business training goals in East Baltimore, in this week’s Baltimore Sun.Continue reading "City Seeds Moves to the Baltimore Food Hub Campus"
Humanim Social Enterprise City Seeds’ School of Food expands to D.C. and partners with Union Market to offer its culinary business training program to small business owners in the district. School of Food is a year-long business training program for small food & beverage entrepreneurs.Continue reading "Humanim’s School of Food Expands to D.C. in Partnership with Union Market"
Humanim’s American Brewery Building was recently featured in the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “Grain Chutes to Meeting Space: Baltimore’s American Brewery Building Restored.”Continue reading "American Brewery Featured by National Trust for History Preservation"
Humanim social enterprise Details Deconstruction was featured in this month’s Chronicle of Philanthropy article “Nonprofit Rebuilds Lives by Tearing Down Old Houses.”Continue reading "Details Deconstruction Featured in Chronicle of Philanthropy"
Max Pollock, Director of our social enterprise Brick+Board, was recently featured in the Baltimore Business Journal’s profile “How I recover and recycle Baltimore’s history.” Read what Max has to say about salvaging Baltimore’s historic rowhomes for social impact.Continue reading "Max Pollock of Brick+Board featured in BBJ: “How I recover and recycle Baltimore’s history”"
Johns Hopkins recently released its report on the Hopkins Local Initiative, aimed at enhancing local economic growth, employment, and investment in Baltimore. The report names Humanim as an important partner in its hiring initiatives.Continue reading "Humanim’s Training Program Featured in Hopkins Local Report"
Our Director of Workforce Development and Career Training, Kanika Feaster was on Fox Baltimore this week to discuss our upcoming Community Job Fair – to be held right here at Humanim’s Baltimore location this Saturday, March 18th.Continue reading "Humanim Community Job Fair on Fox Baltimore"