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18th of August 2020

Get Ready to Vote: Learn about Vote by Mail & Early Voting

From the Chicago Board of Elections Commission In-Person Early Voting & Registration NOTICE: Due to Covid-19, voters are encouraged to use Vote By Mail or Early Voting before Election Day on Nov. 3, 2020. NEW THIS FALL: Secured Drop Boxes with date/time stamps will be available at every Early Voting site for Vote By Mail […]

The Trust for Public Land Coloring Contest for kids ages 4 to 12

Hey, Kids! Enter our Summer of 2020 Coloring Contest and you may win some fun prizes! It’s easy: download and print the coloring sheet which is attached here. Add some color to it using crayons, pencils, markers, whatever you like! Please only use the coloring sheet we provide and not your own paper. Please keep […]

12th of August 2020

Cannabis Technician Program at Wright College

Are you interested in the Cannabis Technician Program, if so Wilbur Wright College is offering the Cannabis Technician Program under Continuing Education?  The Cannabis Processing Technician Program will begin Fall 2020. Download the flyer here. For more information, please contact  Dr. Alba Pezzarossi at apezzarossi@ccc.edu. Please visit the zoom virtual Continuing Education Student Services here. […]

11th of August 2020

Aramark awards culinary scholarships to Chicago high school students

Scholarships Will Pave the Way for CPS Students to Pursue Careers in the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Industries Aramark, a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, awarded $40,000 in scholarships to Chicago Public Schools (CPS) seniors from six different schools who are continuing their education in hospitality or culinary arts at a college […]

4th of August 2020

Building Stories: Chicago Public Library’s Summer Learning Challenge

Take part in the Summer Learning Challenge at the North Pulaski Branch! July 6 – August 15, 2020 Register at the North Pulaski Branch or online at chipublib.org/summer Grab your Explorer’s Guide, a free book, and a create kit to take home (while supplies last). Read, Discover, and Create all summer long: Read 500 minutes […]

31st of July 2020

Association House now enrolling high school students

ASSOCIATION HOUSE HIGH SCHOOL High school is not the same journey for everyone — but traditional schools often treat it that way. Whether it’s due to impersonal classes, absent counseling, family challenges, or children of one’s own, not everyone reaches graduation the same way. The Association House High School offers a new path to 16 […]

29th of July 2020

All taxpayers should know the telltale signs of common tax scams

Every year scammers add new twists to well-known tax-related scams and 2020 is no exception. Taxpayers should remember that the IRS generally first mails a bill to a taxpayer who owes taxes. There are special circumstances when the IRS will call or come to a home or business. Here are some tips to help taxpayers […]

21st of July 2020

Train for various careers or a 2 year degree at Wright College

Interested in Manufacturing, Web Development, Cyber Security, Criminal Justice or a 2 year degree ? In these times of great uncertainty, Wright College City Colleges of Chicago, would like to offer you an opportunity to grow in one of the following areas of: Manufacturing Networking Web Development Cyber Security Coding Criminal Justice The registration deadline […]

CTA Assists Small Businesses During COVID-19 Pandemic

Through the landmark CTA Building Small Businesses Program, CTA and Walsh-Fluor helped 10 small businesses working on the RPM project to secure $3.4 million in federal funds The CTA’s Red and Purple Modernization (RPM) Phase One Project and the Walsh-Fluor Design-Build Team, RPM’s contractor, have helped disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs) successfully apply for and receive […]

17th of July 2020

Fresh Start, a debt forgiveness program through City Colleges of Chicago

City Colleges has launched the Fresh Start initiative, a debt forgiveness program for more than 21,000 City Colleges students who attended City Colleges in the last ten years in good standing but have debt that prevents them from completing their degree or certificate. For more information we encourage you to visit www.ccc.edu/freshstart to learn more.