Baltimore and Harford Admin Assistant Career Training Fall 2023 Graduations

Humanim’s Award-Winning Administrative Assistant Career Training Program celebrated the graduation of the Fall 2023 cohorts in Baltimore and Harford County! The graduates participated in a rigorous, nine week training where they gained interview and office skills needed to obtain administrative careers. Graduates also earned nationally recognized certifications including Microsoft Office Specialist and the Professional Administrative Certification of Excellence (PACE).

Ceremonies were held to honor the students’ diligent efforts and accomplishments, with the presence of friends, family, and community partners. Attendees were inspired by words of encouragement and reflections shared by both the Workforce Development team and class speakers.

Keynote speakers and previous graduates of the program, Anastasia Myers, Class of 2022, and Catherine Cheeseboro, Class of 2017 provided valuable insights for the students to carry with them as they embark on a new journey.

Catherine speaking before Baltimore graduates

“Don’t forget that you are capable. You are equipped and right where you are supposed to be,” Catherine said. “So, continue to invest in yourself. Bet on you. Apply the skills you’ve learned and remember nothing is missing, you’re right where you are supposed to be.”

We can’t wait to see what the graduates accomplish next!

Recruitment for our Baltimore Spring 2024 cohort starts next month. Class takes place from March 25 – May 24, 2024. Stay tuned for the official recruitment announcement.





Thank you to our anchor partners: Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union, Coppin State University, Freedom Federal Credit Union, Harford Community College, Johns Hopkins Health Systems, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University, MedStar Health, Mercy Medical Center, Morgan State University, NHE | Windsor Valley Property Management Habitat America, The University of Maryland Extension – Harford, Towson University, University of Maryland Baltimore, University of Maryland Faculty Physicians, and University of Maryland Medical Center for their continued commitment to community hiring.

We also extend our thanks to program funders and partners who made this training possible: The Dresher Foundation, Maryland Department of Labor, Employment Advancement Right Now (EARN), and community partners.