The following university and community resources are available to residents of Cherry Hill.
Teacher Academy of Maryland
The Teacher Academy of Maryland (TAM) is a Career and Technology Education (CTE) program of study that seeks to address the persistent teacher shortage challenge by creating a pipeline of teacher candidates from grades 6-12.
The Top 10% scholars program brings high school seniors from Baltimore City and Baltimore County who graduate in the top 10 percent of their graduating class to Towson as first time-full time freshmen.
College Bound Foundation places College Access Program Specialists (CAPS) in Baltimore City's public high schools. The unique one-on-one and group advising program assists students with everything they need to continue their education.
The Cherry Hill Trust was founded in 1994 as an umbrella organization for community development. Its goal is to improve the quality of life for Cherry Hill residents. To learn more, contact Cathy McClain at 410-355-7466.
Cherry Hill Urban Garden
The urban garden was developed to provide fresh, affordable produce to Cherry Hill residents. To learn more contact the garden manager, Juanita Ewell.
Enoch Pratt Free Library - Cherry Hill Branch
The Cherry Hill branch of the Enoch Pratt Library is located in the Cherry Hill Town Center.
This program enables neighborhood residents to place grocery orders at their local library branch or school once a week and receive their groceries the following day at the same place for no delivery cost.