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Fueling Future Teachers: City Colleges Addresses Teacher Shortage Through Multiple Programs for Educators

Across the nation and right here in Chicagoland, schools are focused on staffing their classrooms before children go back to school in the coming days and weeks. But as school districts all...

Staff Perspective: First Year Experience at Olive-Harvey College Offers Students Support and a Sense...

When I was a young undergraduate student, I didn’t feel like I belonged at a higher education institution. That’s why, in my role as the inaugural Director of First Year Experience...

From the Classroom: Physical Therapist Assistant Students Share Tips for Working at Your Computer

Pain or discomfort from spending too much time in one position is pretty common. That is especially true for those of us who are in front of a computer all day,...

Mayor Lightfoot, Ald. Matt O’Shea, City Colleges of Chicago, Special Olympics Chicago/Special Children’s Charities...

Pilot Effort Will Connect Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities No Longer Eligible for Special Education Transition Services to Further Educational, Employment & Enrichment Opportunities Recently, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, 19th Ward Alderman...
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Supported Instructors, Stronger Students: Study Provides Key Recommendations to Strengthen CCC’s Early College Program

To strengthen supports for our Dual Credit instructors, City Colleges and CPS are already working to implement recommendations outlined in a new report by EdSystems. Chicago high schoolers are used to thinking and talking...

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...

Watch: Wright College Hosts CCC’s First-Ever TEDx Event, Highlighting the Impressive Journeys of Two...

On Friday, September 10th, Wright College, City Colleges’ Center of Excellence for Engineering and Computer Science, hosted our system’s first-ever TEDx Talk – a one-of-a-kind event focused on engineering for personal...

City Colleges of Chicago Launches Future Ready

Chicago’s community college system offers 60+ high-demand, short-term programs at no cost to qualifying Chicagoans on a first-come, first-served basis this fall Chicagoans also invited to return to college through the Fresh...

Learn How to Manage Your Stress This Summer With a Free Course at OHC

Can’t sleep? Mind racing? Experiencing tension or aches and pains? Over the last year, it’s been especially difficult to avoid the symptoms of stress, whether we experience them at work, at school,...

For 18-year-old Restaurant Owner Jonathan Macedo, Early College Means Early Success

He’s an 18-year-old restaurant owner that sells flowers on the side; a high school senior with nearly 13 college credits under his belt and a substantial scholarship to DePaul University. It sounds...