Rodricks tours the City Seeds and School of Food kitchens on his podcast Roughly Speaking.Continue reading "The Baltimore Sun’s Dan Rodricks visits Humanim Culinary Social Enterprise at the Food Hub"
Creating sustainable social change in Baltimore through partnerships. Thanks to the U.S. Forest Service and many other partners, the urban wood economy is taking root in Baltimore – restoring green spaces, jobs, and healthier neighborhoods.Continue reading "Foresters, Furniture makers, City Leaders Create 3rd life for Baltimore’s urban wood"
We are proud to be a part of the “shocking” developments in the East Baltimore that Dan Rodericks highlighted this week in The Baltimore Sun.Continue reading "Humanim Highlighted in Dan Rodrick’s “Shocking Developments in East Baltimore”"
Humanim’s STEP program is proud to partner with the Howard County Public School System’s Homewood Center and the Y in Central Maryland, Dancel Family Center to provide work training programs that help students transition from high school to adult life.Continue reading "WE STEP Program Helps Homewood Center Students Transition to Adult Life"
Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development talks about Humanim social enterprise Details Deconstruction, and the work it’s doing in Baltimore City to remove blight and create jobs.Continue reading "A New Canvas for Baltimore: Humanim Takes Innovative Approach to Rebuilding Baltimore City"
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"