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Info Shared by Christyn Freemon: The application to join Year Up Chicago’s spring cohort of young professionals is officially open! http://tiny.cc/riy3dz
Our one-year, educational and professional development program for young adults (ages 18-24 w/ a high school diploma or GED) trains students to prepare for corporate careers at top companies with starting average salaries of $40K a year, and to persist in college!
Don’t hesitate – submit an interest form today: http://tiny.cc/riy3dz
We host regular information sessions on the following days and times:
Mondays at 4:30pm (Harold Washington Campus – 30 E. Lake Street, Room 320)
Tuesdays at 10:30am (Downtown Campus – 223 W. Jackson Blvd., 4th Floor)
Thursdays at 3:30pm (Downtown Campus – 223 W. Jackson Blvd., 4th Floor)
Have questions or want to learn more?
Contact us: chirecruitment@yearup.org or 312.726.5300, Press *1

 

Our Great Rivers 2020 Request for Proposals open!
The Chicago Community Trust has opened its third Our Great Rivers grant to support community-led riverfront improvement projects along Chicago’s rivers!
This request for proposals builds upon the Our Great Rivers vision and the first two Our Great Rivers grants, awarded in 2017 and 2019, which have funded a total of 15 riverfront projects.
This year, the Trust is looking for projects that align more strongly with the “Productive” theme from Our Great Rivers, and use the rivers as a way to promote local wealth, equitable development, and move toward the Trust’s new strategy of catalyzing community-driven investment.
Projects aligned with the Inviting and Living themes from Our Great Rivers will still be considered.
Letter of Interest submissions for the Our Great Rivers RFP is due on January 6, 2020. Visit the Chicago Community Trust’s page to learn more about eligible geographies.
https://www.cct.org/what-we-offer/request-for-proposals-our-great-rivers/?utm_source=Great+Rivers+Chicago&utm_campaign=07015bb017-Great+Rivers+Chicago+Updates_COPY_02&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c6b9c8f2e2-07015bb017-46472641&mc_cid=07015bb017&mc_eid=3ed2e676c8

 

FAFSA (Free Application Federal Student Aid)

www.fafsa.gov
Student Financial Assistance Outreach Center
773-647-7992

www.StudentAid.gov
Website to get detailed information on planning and paying for college and choosing schools.

 

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LINK Unlimited Scholars was founded on five key principles, which are designed to help prepare students for a lifetime of professional success and personal fulfillment-

  • Education– LINK provides support systems designed to help scholars successfully complete high school with the necessary preparation to excel in college.
  • College Readiness & Success– LINK assists scholars and parents in making informed college selection decisions by providing information and guidance to help ensure excellent placement with exceptional financial-aid packages. During the college years, LINK staff offers dedicated support and resources to promote college graduation for all LINK scholars.
  • Leadership Development– LINK prepares its scholars for current and future leadership positions by providing training and experiential learning opportunities.
  • Spiritual Development– LINK involves its scholars in programs that stress personal growth, human relations, kindness, charity and moral and ethical values.
  • Interracial Harmony– LINK provides opportunities for all members of the LINK family to become more knowledgeable about, and sensitive to, other cultures through personal contact and informational exchanges.

http://linkunlimited.org/web/

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    • Info Forward by Alderman Harris, 8th Ward:Scholarships for African American StudentsEducational institutions, foundations and many other organizations celebrate African American students with scholarship opportunities – find one you

http://www.fastweb.com/college-scholarships/articles/4146-scholarships-for-african-american-studentsScholarships for Hispanic and Latino Students

 

Hispanic scholWith your help, and the help of other donors like you, we can continue increasing the number of scholarships we are able to award, offering and expanding the many support services we provide prospective college students and their families, and mobilizing the community to make college education a top priority for every Latino family across the nation.

https://hsf.net/

 

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Building Trades Apprenticeships
The Employment Opportunities Grant Program (EOGP) is looking to expand the number of individuals in historically underrepresented populations who enter and complete building trades apprenticeship programs and/or obtain employment in the building trades industries.

*These careers are physically and mentally demanding, but the pay and benefits can support a family.

**For more information, contact Program Manager Tiffany Hawkins at 312-793-9702 or ceo.eogp@illinois.gov

 


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Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority

CJ Dispatch

June 3, 2014

ABOUT ICJIA

The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority works to improve the administration of Illinois criminal justice in the areas of grants administration, research and analysis, policy and planning, and information systems and technology. Visit us at www.icjia.state.il.us and follow us on Facebook.

 

 Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
300 West Adams Street, Suite 200
Chicago, Illinois 60606
312-793-8550