We are excited to announce the opening of a new leadership position at Humanim: Vice President of Workforce and Economic Development.Continue reading "Now Hiring: Vice President of Workforce & Economic Development. "
Humanim’s culinary social enterprise, City Seeds, partnered with our Developmental Disability Services for more cooking classes in April!Continue reading "City Seeds Cooking Classes with Humanim’s Virtual Learning Campus"
Join Humanim for a Virtual Trivia Night! A great opportunity to spend virtual time with your favorite folks and engage in some fun and friendly competition – all while investing in impact initiatives in your community.Continue reading "Join Humanim for Trivia with an Impact"
In 2020 – together, with your support – we helped over 3,000 individuals make significant strides along their personal pathways to independence and employment. We wanted to share again, just a few of those stories.Continue reading "The Stories You Helped Write in 2020"
Despite the many challenges that 2020 brought, Humanim has continued to fulfill its mission to support and empower individuals who face social or economic challenges — by building pathways to economic equity, opportunity, and independence.Continue reading "2020 Year in Review"
Humanim’s culinary social enterprise, City Seeds, recently partnered with our Developmental Disabilities Day Program for a virtual cooking class!Continue reading "City Seeds Hosts Cooking Classes for Developmental Disabilities Day Program"
Last month, Governor Larry Hogan announced over $2.8 million in grant awards to create and expand apprenticeship opportunities!Continue reading "Humanim Awarded Grant From Apprenticeship Innovation Fund 2.0"
A big thank you to ClearMask – who recently donated over 4,000 face masks to Humanim!Continue reading "Humanim Receives ClearMask Donation"
Eddie Terrill, a team member at City Seeds, Humanim’s culinary social enterprise, shared a letter recently featured in The Baltimore Sun.Continue reading "Partnership with BUILD & ReBUILD Metro Recently Featured in The Baltimore Sun"