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City Colleges of Chicago awarded grant from Telligen Community Initiative

The work of 23 nonprofit groups in Colorado and Illinois has been recognized by TCI through grants, which are awarded to organizations that advance TCI's funding priorities of health innovation (HI),...

City Colleges of Chicago establishes the Timuel D. Black scholarship for adult learners in...

The Timuel D. Black Scholarship celebrates the life and legacy of the long-time City Colleges faculty and administrator and civil rights activist As the city of Chicago continues to reflect on the...

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois Awards Grant to Malcolm X College

  CHICAGO, Nov. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) is awarding 15 community-based organizations a total of $1M in funding to promote expanded access to preventive health care resources, including wellness visits, screenings,...

Community colleges, a ‘game-changer’ for low-income families, see free tuition cut from social safety...

CHICAGO TRIBUNE | By KAREN ANN CULLOTTA An excerpt After Tamika Powell lost her job during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, her uncertainty was replaced with hope when she decided to...
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The Chicago Roadmap: Meet Raquel, Jaime, and Yidedya

CPS and CCC have partnered on many initiatives and programs in the past, but the Chicago Roadmap is different. The unprecedented partnership is supporting students like Raquel, Jaime, and Yidedya along a...

City Colleges to Offer Apprenticeship 101 to Students, Employers Can Learn How to Offer...

National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) will take place November 15 - 21, 2021 City Colleges of Chicago to offer Apprenticeship 101 to CCC students Through strategic partnerships, companies such as Allstate, ABN AMRO, and...

Op-Ed Featured in the Chicago Tribune | by Aaron Cohen

Excerpt only. Most mornings at 9:30, my laptop is on and I am speaking via Zoom to the arrangement of boxes that comprise my online class at Wilbur Wright College, City Colleges...

Connecting Veterans With High-Demand Careers: Program at Kennedy-King College’s Dawson Tech Gives Former Service...

“It’s relieving to understand I will have a job at the end of this," said Steven Richardson, a student veteran. Over the last 10 years, hundreds of veterans have walked through the...

Dr. Black inspired me: Reflection from Maceo Thomas

When I arrived at Loop City College as a student in 1971, Oscar Shabat was the Chancellor of City Colleges of Chicago. Dr. David H. Heller was the President of Loop...

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