Join the West Side Learning Center for its Second Annual Community Day on Saturday, August 6


You are invited to attend the second annual Community Day at Malcolm X College’s West Side Learning Center (WSLC) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 6. Bring a friend!

For the second year in a row, you can visit Malcolm X College’s West Side Learning Center to discover all the incredible and affordable programs and educational opportunities available to you. The Center is located at 4624 W. Madison Street in Chicago. There will be music, food, giveaways, and raffle prizes, and the entire event is free!

This event is ideal for those who are exploring educational pathways and thinking about enrolling at City Colleges of Chicago. Event-goers will be able to speak with representatives from the following educational pathways:

  • Basic Nursing Assistant (BNA)
  • Medical Assisting (MA)
  • Community Health Worker (CHW)
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Liberal Arts
  • Community and Continuing Education
  • Illinois High School Diploma GED and HiSET exam prep
  • English as a Second Language
  • Academic Advising
  • Financial Aid

Participants will be able to learn about healthcare career pathways offered at the West Side Learning Center and apply on-site.

Information will also be available about City College’s Future Ready program. It is an initiative that offers many high-demand, short-term programs at no cost to qualifying Chicagoans on a first-come, first-served basis this fall. For more info, visit

The West Side Learning Center shares the mission and vision of Malcolm X College, a public post-secondary institution. In addition to offering courses for a two-year traditional associate’s degree, WSLC offers basic and advanced certificates in Basic Nursing Assistance and Health Science career pathways. It also offers programming in Adult Education and Community and Continuing Education​.

City Colleges of Chicago is committed to and supports equitable industry access and community mobility through education. For information and to register for college, visit or call 773-COLLEGE. Students can register for fall 16-week classes until August 25, 2022.