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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 […]


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.   


7th of July 2020

Humboldt Park student is one of the recipients of “CTA Elevating Futures Scholarship Fund”

CTA, RPM Contractor Walsh-Fluor and Chicago Scholars in 2020 Launched RPM Scholarship Program to Help Youth Pursue Education and Careers in Construction Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, CTA President Dorval R. Carter, Jr. and CPS CEO Dr. Janice Jackson announced today that three recent Chicago Public School graduates have been named recipients of the “CTA Elevating […]


7th of June 2020

Free Cisco Classes to Chicago Residents

Wright College is offering Free Technology Classes to Chicago Residents.  Gain Technical Skills with Cisco at Home-City Colleges of Chicago: Technology Boot Camps, Registration ends Friday, June 19, 2020. For more information, please visit www.ccc.edu/cisco. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 773-481-8800 or Email at: wwc-continuing-ed@ccc.edu We hope […]


28th of May 2020

Erie Elementary Charter School Now Enrolling-¡Inicia Inscripciones!

Erie Elementary Charter School is now enrolling! Space is now available for the 2020-2021 school year, join our community of students, teachers and parents! We are a dual-language free public charter school in Humboldt Park offering reading, writing and speaking in Spanish and English. We pride ourselves on having small classroom sizes and have a social and […]


6th of May 2020

Interested in Manufacturing, Web Development, Cyber Security, Criminal Justice?

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 Criminal Justice. Download flyer here. The programs are open on a first come, first served basis. Share the information with family […]


19th of March 2020

FREE Spring Break Camp: Girls Build!

Girls Build: Affordable Dream Homes In this camp, the girls will work through the design process to create their dream houses, while taking into account real-world issues like sustainability and affordability. Participants will learn sketching, computer modeling and 3D model-making. The camp concludes with the girls presenting their models at a final showcase. Girls Build! […]


6th of February 2020

NIU removes use of standardized test scores for 2021 applicants

New ‘test-blind’ policy is first of its kind for an Illinois institution DeKalb, Ill. – Northern Illinois University today announced it will eliminate the use of standardized test scores for general admission and merit scholarship decisions. This new “test-blind” policy will begin for students applying to NIU for the fall of 2021. Any high school […]


Community TV Network offers a Video Apprentice Opportunity

Like making movies? Want to learn how? Community TV Network can help! CTVN and After School Matters are offering a Video Apprentice Opportunity for youth with a passion for videography. This program is a great opportunity for youth that is looking to get their foot in the door of filmmaking and television! We want to […]


30th of October 2019

Know a Child Who Could Benefit From a Mentor?

Many underprivileged kids haven’t ventured outside their neighborhoods. Friends First wants to change that! Our mentor outings range in visits to art museums and strolls on college campuses to simply playing Frisbee in a park. By connecting with a trusted adult on meaningful, fun-filled outings, a child can develop a better vision for his or […]