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1st of July 2015

WWP covers the NAM and FTC event on Scams

At Columbia College, the Federal Trade Commission and New America Media held an Ethnic Media News Briefing on spotting and avoiding scams in our communities.

17th of June 2015

APPLY NOW: Youth-Led Tech Program | Summer 2015

“Youth-led Tech | Summer 2015” is a technology mentoring program in five Chicago neighborhoods: Austin, Englewood, Humboldt Park, North Lawndale, and Roseland. Youth will learn how to use free and inexpensive Web tools to make websites and use social media to build skills, generate revenue, and get jobs in the growing technology industry.

12th of June 2015

Presence Behavioral Health Offers New Summer Program for Teenagers

Serving Teens Who Experience Depression, Anxiety and School Issues

8th of June 2015

Ombudsman Chicago takes a multi-layer approach to violence prevention

Violence in Chicago is a complex, often oversimplified problem; and for many teens, it is a daily reality. As the school year comes to a close and Chicagoans prepare for the warmer and historically more violent months ahead, Ombudsman Chicago is implementing a multifaceted anti-violence initiative that includes in-school activities, employment opportunities and additional summer programming for students. 

28th of May 2015

Put Your Summer to Work!

Greater West Town’s Wood Products Manufacturing Training prepares individuals in 15 weeks for entry-level positions as skilled cabinetmaker apprentices, bench carpenters, machine operators, CNC operators, assemblers, solid surface counter fabricators. M-F, full time. Next class starts late June. Job Placement Services Included. Great careers start here!!!  Call 312-563-9570.

23rd of May 2015

ChiArts Offers Summer Camps for Children

The Chicago High School for the Arts (ChiArts) located in Humboldt Park is excited to introduce a new summer program for children in grades K through 8 this July.

22nd of May 2015

You can go fishing with your library card

Did you know that your library card is not just for books?