Our Partners

Maryland Humanities is able to serve every corner of the state thanks to our amazing local partners.

The following is just a partial list of the hundreds of cultural, educational, government, historical, and social service organizations that help bring the humanities to your community.

  • Statewide

    • Maryland Public Television
    • Maryland State Arts Council
    • Preservation Maryland

  • Allegany County

    • Allegany College of Maryland
    • Allegany County Library
    • Allegany County Public Schools
    • Allegany Museum
    • Bishop Walsh School
    • C. William Gilchrist Museum of the Arts
    • Frostburg Museum
    • Frostburg State University
    • Gorden Roberts House
    • Main Street Books
    • Mountain City Traditional Arts
    • North Branch Correctional Institution Library

  • Anne Arundel County

    • AIA Maryland Gallery
    • Annapolis Bookstore & Café
    • Anne Arundel County Cultural Resources Division of the Office of Planning and Zoning
    • Anne Arundel County Public Library
    • Anne Arundel County Public Schools
    • Anne Arundel County Reading Council
    • Banneker-Douglass Museum
    • Galesville Community Center
    • James Brice House
    • The Key School
    • Kunta Kinte Resource Center, Sojourner Douglass College
    • St. Anne’s School of Annapolis
    • Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center

  • Baltimore City

    • Bais Yaakov of Baltimore High School
    • Baltimore Book Festival
    • Baltimore City Public Schools
    • Baltimore Rowing & Resource Center
    • Baltimore Rowing Club
    • Bryn Mawr School
    • Civic Works
    • Enoch Pratt Free Library
    • Frederick Douglass Isaac Maritime Park
    • Friendship Academy of Engineering and Technology
    • Gilman School
    • Good Samaritan Hospital
    • Institute of Notre Dame
    • Jernigan Institute at the National Federation of the Blind
    • Jewish Museum of Maryland
    • Kreiger Schechter Day School
    • Loyola University Maryland
    • Lubavitch Homeschool Umbrella Group
    • Maryland Historical Society
    • Maryland Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped
    • Mercy Medical Center
    • Mount Clare Museum House
    • Mount Saint Joseph High School
    • Notre Dame of Maryland University
    • Painted Screen Society of Baltimore
    • St. Joseph School, Fullerton
    • The Seton Keough School
    • University of Baltimore Bob Parsons Veterans Center
    • Wide Angle Youth Media
    • WYPR 88.1 FM

  • Baltimore County

    • Baltimore County Public Library
    • Baltimore County Public Schools
    • Boys’ Latin School of Maryland
    • Calvert Hall College High School
    • Community College of Baltimore County
    • Maryland School for the Blind
    • Notre Dame Preparatory School
    • The City County Discerning Readers
    • University of Maryland, Baltimore Count

  • Calvert County

    • American Chestnut Land Trust, Warrior’s Rest Sanctuary
    • Calvert County Public Schools
    • Calvert Library
    • End Hunger Warehouse
    • Jefferson Patterson Park & Musem

  • Caroline County

    • Caroline County Public Library
    • Caroline County Public Schools
    • Federalsburg Historical Society Museum

  • Carroll County

    • Carroll County Public Library
    • Carroll County Public Schools
    • Carroll County Youth Services Bureau
    • Fairhaven
    • Mount Airy Senior Center

  • Cecil County

    • Cecil College Elkton Station
    • Cecil County Public Library
    • Cecil County Public Schools
    • Immaculate Conception School
    • The Tome School

  • Charles County

    • Alpha Delta Kappa – Maryland Alpha Beta Chapter
    • Charles County Public Library
    • Charles County Public Schools
    • Clark Senior Center
    • College Of Southern Maryland
    • Father Andrew White School
    • Grace Lutheran School
    • Indian Head Senior Center
    • Leonard Hall Junior Naval Academy
    • St. Mary’s Bryantown School

  • Dorchester County

    • Dorchester County Public Schools
    • Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance
    • Win Transport

  • Frederick County

    • Frederick Community College
    • Frederick County Public Libraries
    • Frederick County Public Schools
    • Frederick Homeschoolers
    • Maryland School for the Deaf
    • St. Johns Catholic Prep Private High School

  • Garrett County

    • Garrett College
    • Garrett County Public Schools
    • Ruth Enlow Library of Garrett County

  • Harford County

    • Harford Community College
    • Harford County Public Library
    • Harford County Public Schools
    • The John Carroll School
    • Sacred Heart Homeschool

  • Howard County

    • Avaya
    • EZ Readers Book Club
    • Howard County Historical Society
    • Howard County Public Schools
    • Howard County Recreation and Parks
    • Howard County Tourism and Promotion
    • Jo Orser Bookclub
    • St. Andrew’s Episcopal School
    • St. Augustine School

  • Kent County

    • Kent County Public Library
    • Kent County Public Schools
    • Radcliffe Creek School

  • Montgomery County

    • Barrie School
    • Bullis School
    • Community Mediation Maryland
    • Gaithersburg Book Festival
    • Green Acres School
    • Montgomery College
    • Montgomery County Historical Society
    • Montgomery County Public Libraries
    • Montgomery Coutny Public Schools
    • Primary Readers Book Club
    • Retired Teachers Book Club
    • Rockville Senior Center Book Club
    • School For Tomorrow
    • St. John the Baptist
    • Washington Episcopal School

  • Prince George's County

    • Accokeek Academy
    • Accokeek Foundation
    • Afro American Historical & Genealogical Society, Prnice George’s County Maryland Chapter
    • ArtSi Riverdale
    • Chesapeake Math & IT Academy
    • College Park Academy
    • From the Heart Christian School
    • Montpelier Arts Center
    • Prince George’s Arts & Humanities Council
    • Prince George’s County Memorial Library System
    • Prince George’s County Public Schools
    • Riverdale Presbyterian Church and University Park
    • St. Ambrose School

  • Queen Anne's County

    • Chesapeake College
    • Queen Anne’s County Library
    • Queen Anne’s County Public Schools

  • Somerset County

    • Maryland Correctional Library
    • Somerset County Library
    • Somerset County Public Schools
    • University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

  • St. Mary's County

    • St. Mary’s County Library
    • St. Mary’s County Public Schools
    • St. Mary’s Ryken High School

  • Talbot County

    • Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
    • Londonderry Book Club
    • Talbot County Public Schools
    • Talbot County Free Library

  • Washington County

    • Barbara Ingram School for the Arts
    • Knob Hall Winery
    • Maryland Correctional Institute
    • Maryland Correctional Training Facility
    • Roxbury Correctional Institute
    • Washington County Detention Center
    • Washington County Free Library
    • Washington County Public Schools

  • Wicomico County

    • Bossermand Center for Conflict
    • Eastern Correctional InstitutionMigrant Clinicans Network
    • Poplar Hill
    • Salisbury University
    • Wicomico County Public Schools
    • Wicomico Public Library
    • Wor-Wic Community College

  • Worcester County

    • Worcester County Library
    • Worcester County Public Schools

  • National

    • Federation of State Humanities Councils
    • Library of Congress
    • National Book Festival
    • National History Day
    • National Humanities Alliance
    • PEN/Faulkner Foundation

  • “My participation continuance with the program comes from the great cohesiveness of our group… even when new people join… everyone’s ideas and work philosophies teach me something new about how to handle my work and my own life.”

    ​Literature & Medicine participant
  • “I work in billing. I think the program has helped me to see that people come from all walks of life and the responses they have to problems with all aspects of health care are influenced by that. I am more willing to listen to them.”

    ​Literature & Medicine participant
  • “The students are now far more prepared for the high level of scholarship and achievement that will be expected of them in future years. MHD also elevated many other skills too. These include public speaking, the use of technology, learning to collaborate.”

    ​Maryland History Day teacher
  • “The year before last, one of my students lost her father to a heart attack at the beginning of the school year. Books were her connection to her father. The shock of the sudden passing, and the newness of having to take care of her younger siblings would not allow her to grieve, and she spent the first few months in therapy due to this. LAL enabled her to reconnect with her father on a different plane, through the framework of books they enjoyed together. Due to this, she was express her grief & allow healing to begin.”

    Letters About Literature teacher
  • “[I enjoyed the] thoughtful discussion about complex social issues that gave me hope for our future.”

    Pulitzer 100 event attendee
  • “Although “Fences” are down, the reverberations of our initiative are still resonating. The web of collaboration is clearly active. Many “reached across the fence.” Our community is all the stronger for it. The exhibition boasts the largest attendance of any seven week display on campus with a visitor count of over 1,050. Add to that the rich programming amounting to over 25 events which saw attendance again well over 1,000 participants. What is remarkable is the cross section of interest groups and individuals who attended from the three-county area of southern Maryland and beyond. In essence, the rich mosaic that formed attracted a broad range of people and opened a rare exchange of ideas. We witnessed epiphanies!”

    ​Mary Braun ~ Director of the Boyden Gallery, St. Mary’s College, St. Mary’s City, MD Host Site, Museum on Main Street
  • In history class you always read books written by people who didn’t experience it so it was nice to get an actual view on it. It was different because you got actual stories from history that many people don’t learn. I would like to thank you for giving me this experience in my freshman year.

    Standing Together: Veterans Oral History Project, student participant
  • “It was wonderful for us to be able to facilitate this occurrence for it demonstrated to key community stakeholders the power of our museum as an anchor in an old town that is working to draw people downtown and it demonstrated the value of working together on large initiatives.”

    ​Michael Dixon ~ The Historical Society of Cecil County, Elkton, MD, Host Site, Museum on Main Street
  • I thought it was a very good learning experience. We actually got to talk to someone who took place in the Vietnam War.

    Standing Together: Veterans Oral History Project, student participant
  • “Talking with students also helps those of us who have said little about our combat experiences because, in a sense, we feel guilty about why others died and not us/me? So, to be able to talk about it helps the veterans. The opportunity you provided to both students and veterans is wonderful and I do hope that our messages are meaningful to students.”

    ​Standing Together: Veterans Oral History Project, veteran participant
  • “Again it was a wonderful experience with your students and a great project for them. To see and talk to real Vietnam vets is important to get real stories. You have a lot of work to do but it is a really worthwhile experience for the students “as well” as us Vietnam vets.”

    ​Standing Together: Veterans Oral History Project, veteran participant
  • “The topic, readings and discussions have encouraged me to consider other ways of interacting with patients and families in the context of culture, lifestyle and economics.”

    Literature & Medicine participant
  • “I had two students participate who told me they’ve never finished a book before and they finished this one and want to read more!”

    ​One Maryland One Book 2015 teacher
  • “This contest gives [students] a chance to practice [letter writing] while also expressing themselves about a work of literature or a particular author that has made an impact on them personally. As a teacher, I benefit from reading the letters because I always learn new things about each student.”

    ​Letters About Literature teacher
  • “I think the continual process of improving her research and presentation through the various levels of competition has been incredibly valuable. It has caused her to dig deeper in her research and build upon and refine her work and presentation.”

    ​Maryland History Day parent
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