Tuesday, October 4, 2022

An Inclusive Approach: City Colleges Strengthens Resources for Undocumented Students

“To my fellow DREAMers, don’t be afraid to view your undocumented status as a positive,” said Florencia Laino, a recent graduate of Wright College, at a press conference at Harold Washington...

Chicago Public Schools and City Colleges of Chicago Launch Student Outreach and Re-Engagement (SOAR)...

A fourth SOAR Center now open in Kennedy-King College to help re-engage students to graduate  Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) recently opened the Englewood SOAR Center at...

ComEd and City Colleges of Chicago Encourage Enrollment in the Overhead Electrical Line Worker...

CCC now accepting applications for workforce program designed to prepare job seekers for family sustaining careers in energy CHICAGO (June 30, 2022) — ComEd today joined the City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) to...

High School Equivalency Graduate Says It’s Been A Journey and Knew “I wanted to...

Almost giving up, this mother of three walks across the stage to receive her High School Equivalency (or GED) degree from City Colleges of Chicago. Naomi Monroe shares her journey and...
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City Colleges of Chicago Celebrates Adults Who Earned Their High School Equivalency

Gaspar Sanchez will speak at City Colleges of Chicago’s Adult Education High School Equivalency Recognition Ceremony on Saturday, June 4 at Arturo Velasquez Institute with his head held high. Naomi Monroe...

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...
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City Colleges of Chicago and Chicago Public Schools Honor Students Who Earned College Credits...

https://vimeo.com/713443206/1d792d6981 Seniors from 47 Chicago Public Schools high schools were recognized at Kennedy-King College on May 24, 2022, in a ceremony celebrating them for earning 15 or more college credits while in...