Cheryl Pfendler joins Human Technologies as Quality Systems Manager

Cheryl Pfendler has joined Human Technologies as our Quality Systems Manager, a position created to support our continued growth. Ms. Pfendler will be responsible for overseeing our transition from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO9001:2015, establishing and managing an improved quality system for Environmental Services, and providing additional quality control, assurance, and compliance […]

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Spice Up Your Life in Utica!

Human Technologies (HT) participated in the Downtown Getdown, a walkable Music & Arts festival organized by Made In Utica.  HT was a high-five sponsor and a vendor. Human Technologies unveiled a new product line of spice blends and rubs.  They shared samples of pork covered in Uncle Denny’s Mill Hollow pork […]

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Carl Reistrom joins Human Technologies as Chief Financial Officer

Carl Reistrom has joined Human Technologies as our Chief Financial Officer, replacing Barbara DeAngelis, who is retiring in November. Mr. Reistrom previously worked as the Corporate Comptroller at JMA Wireless and as the Vice President Comptroller and Treasurer of WYNIT Inc. in Syracuse. He brings over 23 years of experience in […]

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Human Technologies creates a clean and safe environment at the Great New York State Fair!

Human Technologies’ Environmental Services division provided trash removal and grounds maintenance services to the Great New York State Fair for the seventh consecutive year, once again earning high marks for keeping the fairgrounds clean and safe for the record number of fair goers. The Fair spans 12 days from late August […]

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Trevor Pumilio recognized for his excellence!

Each year, NYSID sponsors the Joslin Awards Program, which celebrates exceptional job performance and personal growth by individuals with disabilities employed on New York State Preferred Source contracts. The program was established in 2004 to honor the memory of William B. Joslin, former Chief Executive Officer of Human Technologies Corporation and […]

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Human Technologies’ USDA-Forest Service uniform program featured in Workplace Magazine

September 27, 2016 AbilityOne nonprofit agency, Human Technologies of Utica, New York, supplies field, dress, law enforcement and volunteer uniforms to 18,000 U.S. Forest Service workers each year. The Forest Service manages and protects 154 national forests and 20 grasslands in 44 states and Puerto Rico, encompassing 193,000,000 acres. Human Technologies provides […]

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Human Technologies makes donation to Rome Rescue Mission’s, Mobile Mission Initiative

https://youtu.be/GmUa7lorbSU   At the Rome Chamber Business After Hours on April 7, one of our long time employees Richard Lasher presented a check on behalf of Human Technologies to the Rome Rescue Mission for their Mobile Mission. Human Technologies is honored to contribute to this crucial project which will give the Rome […]

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Human Technologies Announces Appointment of President/CEO

The Human Technologies Board of Directors announces the appointment of Tim Giarrusso as President/CEO. Tim has 28 years of experience in the for-profit sector and seven years in the not-for-profit sector. In his former role as the Chief Operating Officer at the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired/Goodwill of the […]

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Human Technologies Celebrates its 60th Anniversary!

On July 2nd, 1954, Human Technologies (then Mohawk Valley Workshop) was incorporated by the mayor of Utica and a group of business men concerned with wanting to provide employment and rehabilitation opportunities to Korean War veterans and others with disabilities. At that time we were located in a two-room space […]

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HTC Appoints, Director of Quality

Human Technologies Corporation (HTC) has announced the appointment of Gary Kline as Director of Quality. HTC is a $20M company that has 538 employees of which 382 have significant disabilities. Mr. Kline will be responsible for leading the company’s ISO 9001-2008 registration process, overseeing operations improvements, and managing all quality […]

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HTC Appoints, Facilities Manager

Human Technologies Corporation (HTC) recently appointed Lance Bennett as Facilities Manager. HTC is a $20M company that has 538 employees of which 382 have significant disabilities. As Facilities Manager, Mr. Bennett will be the expert of all HTC preventative maintenance and facilities management activities and will be responsible for the […]

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Open Access Walk-In Clinic

Human Technologies Corporation has rolled out a new initiative called Open Access. We are offering drop-in screenings twice a week at our Utica clinic (Mental Health Connections). This provides individuals the ability to receive rapid assessments and admission to much needed services. Participants must bring proof of insurance and if […]

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HTC Partners with the Ability One Program to Create a Quality Work Environment (QWE)

What is QWE? The purpose of the Quality Work Environment (QWE) initiative is to implement new practices and enhance existing practices to improve the quality of work environments to enable people who are blind or have other significant disabilities to achieve their maximum employment potential. HTC will reap many benefits […]

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Human Technologies Corporation Awarded $2.6 Million Contract for Helmet Covers

Human Technologies Corporation has been awarded a $2.6 million contract to manufacture chemical helmet covers for the U.S. military, the organization announced. Human Technologies Corporation is currently recruiting workers for six new sewing and production positions in their manufacturing operations in preparation for plans to ship 40,000 units per month […]

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HTC Attends the White House Forum on Business Innovation

Rick Sebastian had the great honor and privilege of attending The White House Forum on Business Innovation Thursday, September 27, 2012 in Washington, D.C. in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, adjacent to the West Wing. HTC is a member of the Social Enterprise Alliance, and was one of one of […]

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