Saturday, July 2, 2022

From Refugee to New Student Trustee, Meet Truman College’s Imran Mohammad

Imran Mohammad, a student at Truman College and the recently-elected Student Trustee for City Colleges of Chicago, looks forward to representing his peers from every City College in his new position....

Adult Learning Creates Access and Opportunity

I was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico, and I came to the United States at fifteen years old. My mother raised us on her own in Chicagoland, and I...

In his talk, “Talent Not to Be Missed,” CCC Chancellor, Juan Salgado, explores a...

In his talk, “Talent Not to Be Missed,” City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) Chancellor Juan Salgado explores an often-overlooked path out of poverty: community colleges. Salgado discusses how during the 2008 recession,...
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From the Studio to the Street: Truman Student Artists to Showcase Paintings and Photographs...

Truman College students are getting ready to bring their art out of the studio and into the streets of Uptown. As part of Uptown Art Week, on August 8th, several students...

As Sisters Graduate, Family Celebrates Four Generations at City Colleges

https://vimeo.com/558198213 For sisters Dominique Brown and Taylor Kerr, residents of East Garfield Park, graduating from City Colleges at the same time was only part of the celebration. While the duo was excited...

Apprenticeships are the catalyst for opportunity

From apprenticeships to pathways for specialized career certificates, "earn and learn" partnerships are proliferating. Obtaining a four-year college degree is not essential for all students. In Illinois, 52 percent of jobs require...

CCC’s Cybersecurity Team Rank in Top 11 % in Their First Cybersecurity Competition Outing

Cybersecurity Course in City College's of Chicago (CCC) Continuing Education Program Provides Platform for Students to Compete in National Cyber League’s Capture the Flag Event As the pandemic was unfolding, planning for...

City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education Is a Resource for DACA Education Eligibility Requirements

City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education program offers free classes that can help eligible participants meet the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program education eligibility requirement. “With the reinstatement of DACA,”...
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