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11th of September 2017

Make a Difference, Become a Community Tax Volunteer

The IRS is looking for community volunteers to provide free tax preparation and help to their neighbors and other area residents in 2018. The IRS sponsors the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and the Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs. These two programs offer free tax help across the country for people with low-to-moderate […]

29th of August 2017

Rincon Family Services Successfully Cleans Up Around North and Pulaski Avenues

Our Neighborhood Clean Up Day was a success! With volunteers from Staples, First Midwest Bank, Walgreens, PrimeCare Community Health, McCormick YMCA, ALSO, CAPS, as well as local businesses, Ice For Less and El Tucancito Chapin, Rincon Family Services and Youth Service Project organized to clean up around North and Pulaski, in Humboldt Park! Thank you to all for the hard work which […]

21st of August 2017

Pritzker College Prep students take “the trip of a lifetime”

This summer, I went on a trip to China with a group of students and teachers from my school. I participated in this trip because I saw the opportunity was open for all students, and I couldn’t think of a reason not to take advantage of a planned trip out the country. I wanted to […]

18th of August 2017

Fall enrollment deadline nears for City Colleges of Chicago

There’s still time for Chicagoans who want a quality, affordable education to prepare for further college or a career to register for the Fall 2017 semester at City Colleges of Chicago (CCC), the largest community college system in Illinois. The registration deadline for the 16-week Fall Term for City Colleges of Chicago’s seven campuses – […]

17th of August 2017

ComEd – Up to $100 in Rebates on Select Smart Thermostats

The ComEd Energy Efficiency program is offering up to $100 in rebates on select Smart Thermostats. Watch to this short video to learn how you can save money and energy:

9th of August 2017

$30 Million Funding to Help Train Workforce for Future Energy Jobs

CHICAGO (July 31, 2017) – A combination of six business associations and social have been named as recipients of funding for the development and administration of future energy jobs training as a part of the Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA).  Chicago Urban League, Austin People’s Action Center, ASPIRA, HACIA, Chatham Business Association and the National Latino Education Institute (NLEI) will develop training programs related to solar […]

8th of August 2017

Attend a First Time Home Buyer Class!

The Northwest Side Housing Center partnered with Wright College Humboldt Park to host a class on “Managing Your Money and Credit.” Those who complete the class get a chance to earn a First Time Home Buyer Certificate! Registration is open to the public and those interested can sign up at Humboldt Park’s campus at 1645 […]

Wright College Humboldt Park Fall Registration Is Open

Wright College Humboldt Park’s open registration is in full swing and enrolling new students for the fall 2017 semester beginning ! For those interested in taking college credit courses or pursuing continuing education, you can click the following link and scroll through the brochure to see what course are being offered. For more information visit […]

1st of August 2017

Contribute to a plan for our region

What if the effects of climate change intensify by 2050? What if more people choose to live in walkable communities by 2050? What if technology enables greater mobility by 2050? What if economic restructuring continues to 2050? What if public resources are further depleted by 2050?

24th of July 2017

How to raise awareness for safer driving in your community

Every year, thousands of motorists and passengers are injured or killed in preventable accidents. Some of the primary contributing factors in today’s accidents involve a distracted, fatigued, or reckless driver. A substantial amount of accidents are a direct result of human error, but that doesn’t mean those types of accidents need to continue. You don’t […]