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Englewood Pastor Notes DC and LA African American Cultural Centers' Lifting-up 1967 Newark Rebellion and Its National Conference on Black Power Aftermath at 50/Part 4
Englewood Pastor Notes DC and LA African American Cultural Centers' Lifting-up 1967 Newark Rebellion and Its National Conference on Black Power Aftermath at 50/Part 4
Black McDonald’s Operators Association to Give Out School Supplies and Backpacks at Englewood Parade
In its 6 th year of distributing school supplies and backpacks to Chicagoland youth, the Black McDonald’s Operators Association (BMOA) continues its tradition by providing students with the…
Englewood Pastor Introduces AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER both Actually and Online
Rev. Joel Washington (Khunanpu Sangoma), a veteran resident of Englewood's Co-Op Senior Apartments on 63rd Parkway, has laaunched the new actual and online AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER (AACC).
Calling All Youth Ages 9-12...Let's Play Ball!
Thursday, June 29th is Opening Day for the Englewood Youth Police Baseball League (EYPBL). It's not too late to join! Call Teamwork Englewood 773-488-6600. There are no fees and uniforms are…
#CareFreeBlackKids Remix the Hit Broadway Musical "Hamilton"
Students from Chicago Public Schools remix the Hit Broadway Musical "Hamilton".
So Fresh Saturdays Summer Festival Series Kicks Off on June 3rd!
Resident Association of Greater Englewood (R.A.G.E.) kicks off free family fesitval - So Fresh Saturdays - on June 3 to promote neighborhood peace.
Team Hope
Greater West Town Wood Products Manufacturing class graduates with a hope-filled spirit.
APPLICATION NOW OPEN TO COACH ONE MILLION DEGREES SCHOLARS
One Million Degrees (OMD)— a Chicago nonprofit organization that empowers low-income, highly motivated community college students to succeed in school, in work, and in life—is now…
Chicago Teens from South and West Sides Explore Career Paths and Tour DeVry University
Local nonprofit Girls in the Game offers free Leadership Institute to teens in Englewood to tour DeVry University, meet career mentors and explore college programs.
Citywide Pastry Chef Contest for Kids & Winner Receives Free Tuition to FPS ($24,000 Value)
The French Pastry School is looking for Chicago’s culinary kids in the first-ever Mayor’s Cup Youth Pastry Competition —a citywide vocational initiative for Chicago’s high…
Think Outside Da Block: Sponsor a Child for Spring Break
Want to keep our kids involved and having fun during the CPS Spring Break?! Our friends at Think Outside Da Block are looking to sponsor 200 youth at their annual Spring Break Youth Bash. Consider…
MASK Founder to be Honored at Local Nonprofit Gala
Tamar Manasseh, founder of MASK, will be honored along with other Chicago leaders and activists at Girls in the Game's 22nd Anniversary Field of Dreams event on February 23rd, 2017. Girls in the Game…
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…
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…
Girls in the Game Launches #GivingTuesday Campaign
Girls in the Game launches their #GivingTuesday campaign for November 29 with the theme “Be a Superhero for A Girl.” They encourage supporters and community members to strike a superhero…
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.
Youth advocate receives Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award
On the 87 th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and St. Bernard Hospital held its 19th annual celebration honoring the life and legacy of the civil rights champion. This year’s honoree,…
Cutting Corners for Chanel and Cartier
Greater West Town graduate overcomes obstacles to get to the fulfilling, well-paid job she wanted.
TEENS ASPIRING TO MUSIC CAREERS RECIEVE REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE & ADVICE FROM PROS THANKS TO PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GRAMMY FOUNDATION®, BEST BUY & CHICAGO CITY OF LEARNING
TEENS ASPIRING TO MUSIC CAREERS RECIEVE REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE & ADVICE FROM PROS THANKS TO PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GRAMMY FOUNDATION®, BEST BUY & CHICAGO CITY OF LEARNING
Updating Your Skills: Success for Nancy at Greater West Town
Proof positive that adult education works to get people working! Read Nancy's story of success, in celebration of National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week. Then call Greater West Town and…
Discover the opportunities offered to youth & teens by 40 organizations citywide!
Don’t miss Chicago City of Learning’s FREE Back to School Jam, where youth can participate in a variety of hands-on activities, including coding, robotics, design, video gaming, writing,…
Connecting the Dots
Dan Bassill, President and CEO of Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC, will be a guest on the Nonprofit “U” radio blog talk show on Monday, August 3, 2015, from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Nonprofit…
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…
Opportunity Rolls in for Greater West Town Graduate
Graduate of Greater West Town's Shipping & Receiving program meets success on the job and in life!

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