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Support Children Experiencing Homelessness in Englewood with Chicago HOPES For Kids
Chicago HOPES for Kids is a non-profit organization that provides educational support to children living in homeless shelters. One of our partner shelters, Primo Center for Women and Children is…
Credit and Money Management Financial Workshop: Preparing for Homeownership
February 11, you're invited to attend a free Financial Workshop on Credit and Money Management as you prepare for homeownership.
Registration Underway for Spring 2017 Semester at City Colleges of Chicago
New students may apply until January 10, 2017 for the Spring 16-week class session, including for classes at Kennedy-King College, Daley College, and all CCC locations.
City Colleges of Chicago Resolution Affirms “Welcoming Campus” Protection for All Students, Groups
City Colleges of Chicago Resolution Affirms “Welcoming Campus” Protection for All Students, Groups: Resolution passed by Board of Trustees to protect students, staff and visitors from…
$40,000 in Small Business Grants to be Awarded During “Pitch Day” Englewood Quality of Life Business Plan Competition Final Event
Englewood Quality of Life Business Plan Competition "Pitch Day" final event.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Next Phase of Englewood Community’s Rebirth to be Unveiled Saturday, Nov. 12
The second phase of Englewood’s Quality of Life Plan—originally developed in 2005 and executed by the community with the support of the City of Chicago and the LISC/Chicago’s New…
Stamps for Kids!
CHICAGO, Oct. 30, 2016 – CHICAGOPEX 2016 postage stamp show featured local stamp collectors and a worldwide focus, with dealers, exhibits and free worldwide used stamps for kids and families.…
Missing & Exploited Children: Where are they going?
The Voices of West Englewood is hosting a dynamic discussion and panel between parents, youths and members of the community on Human Trafficking.
Prospective Students Invited to Oct. 27 Open House at City Colleges of Chicago
City Colleges of Chicago will hold an Open House for prospective students on Thursday, October 27, 2016, from 1:00 - 7:00 p.m. at all seven City Colleges locations, including Kennedy-King College.
Englewood's Newest Level 1 School: The Montessori School of Englewood Charter
The Montessori School of Englewood's(TMSOE) Reading program was a standout from the Chicago Public School report - TMSOE's students overall growth over the last year on the NWEA MAP Reading test was…
The Montessori School of Englewood Second Annual Fundraiser
The Montessori School of Englewood is pleased to announce it's second annual fundraiser! The event will be held on Thursday, October 20 th at 7pm. We would love for you to join us for our event!
The Mis-Education of...
The Kitchen Table presents The Mis-Education of…
Future Entrepreneurs Recognized
Pastor's Of Englewood award "Future Entreprenuer" certificates to youth.
A Tradition of Being Non-Traditional
Maritza, a graduate of Greater West Town Wood Products Manufacturing Program, turns non-traditional skills into a great career, and looks ahead to growing her own business.
Earn Service Learning Hours in Englewood!
The Resident Association of Greater Englewood and Teamwork Englewood is excited to kick off the Englewood Youth Civic Engagement Program starting August 16th . This program is designed for…
Lindblom Students Awarded $1000 Scholarship
Giving God the Glory Ministries will host its 2nd annual My Two Sons: John|Sean Memorial Scholarship Gala on Friday, August 5th , 2016 at 6:30 PM at the Tinley Park Convention Center. The gala will…
The Kitchen Table: Good Food Matters
The Kitchen Table is a series of community conversations the first conversation will focus on Good Food Matters.
Opening Day for the Englewood Police Youth Baseball League
The Englewood Police Youth Baseball League has it's opening day this coming Wednesday June 29th. Come out and support our young all stars . Established in 2015. The league looks to strengthen…
Basement and Community Flooding Study
I am conducting a research study in Chicago south side neighborhoods about resident experiences with flooding in their basements and communities during or after it rains.
"Lets Talk Food": Food as Medicine Summit
Let's Talk Food: Food as Medicine Two Day Summit , June 24 - 25 @ Kennedy-KIng College with Whole Cities Foundation in partnership with Washburne Culinary and Hospitality Institute
MAYOR EMANUEL AND CHANCELLOR HYMAN ANNOUNCE MODERNIZATION OF RICHARD J. DALEY COLLEGE WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CENTER
City Colleges’ Advanced Manufacturing Center for Excellence to open in fall of 2018
Coach a Scholar at Kennedy-King College
The One Million Degrees Volunteer Coach application for the 2016-17 year is now open to professionals from across the Chicago area to make a difference in the lives of One Million Degrees community…
ACCESS Educates Community on Lead Exposure
Access Community Health Network Kicks off Community Learning Series at New ACCESS Center for Discovery and Learning in Englewood
Roosevelt University student and resident wins Social Justice Award for work in community.
Psychology major Ashanti McCall believes there is no good story without a struggle, which is why her efforts as a Roosevelt University student have been geared toward helping others.
Englewood Student Receives Full Ride Scholarship to Spelman College
Samaiya Butler, Englewood resident and student of Lindblom Math and Science Academy will be joining nineteen women at Spelman College this fall as a Bonner Scholar.

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