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City of Chicago "My CHI. My Future" Concert For Youth May 23rd @3pm
My CHI. My Future., and to begin connecting youth to meaningful and engaging virtual opportunities, and connecting you to the content shared by your colleagues.
As remote learning ramps up in Chicago, a high-stakes question: Should students be learning anything new?
Carla Jones, a teacher at Cook Elementary on Chicago’s South Side, weighs in on remote learning plans.
COVID-19 Housing Assistance Grant Program available to residents economically impacted
The $2 million COVID-19 Housing Assistance Grant Program is available to people who have suffered an economic impact due to a recent change in employment status. Apply by Wednesday, April 1: https://…
In Some Communities, Less Than 60% Of Households Have Internet. CPS' New Plan Can't Change That.
More than 100,000 households in the city lack a computer or tablet, and almost 200,000 don’t have internet access, according to 2018 U.S. Census data, the most recent available. Internet access…
Chicago DPD is accepting applications for three open City Planner positions!
DPD is accepting applications for three open City Planner positions. Applications will be accepted until Thursday, March 5th.
Chicago Park District Summer Job Openings!
The Chicago Park District is accepting applications for their seasonal positions. Visit chicagoparkdistrict.com/jobs to apply
City of Chicago Opens CityArts Program Grants Applications (attachment)
Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2020 CityArts Program, offering grants to nonprofits…
17th Ward Office Closed in Observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday
In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, the 17th Ward office will close early at 1:00pm on Wednesday, November 27th and will re-open at 9:00a.m. on Monday, December 2nd.
Nov. 15 is Opening Day for Forest Preserves of Cook County Picnic and Special Event Permit Sales, 2020 Camping Reservations
Nov. 15 is Opening Day for Forest Preserves of Cook County Picnic and Special Event Permit Sales, 2020 Camping Reservations; Permits, reservations available online and in person
Know a Child Who Could Benefit From a Mentor?
By connecting with a trusted adult on meaningful, fun-filled outings, a child can develop a better vision for his or her future beyond the limited horizons that hold back far too many children.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls has Openings for Boys Ages 14-16 & Girls Ages 16-18 Years Old
A solution for kids in crisis. 1140 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60607 info@mercyhome.org (312) 738-7560 (phone) https://www.mercyhome.org/ Hours of operation 8am - 6pm
Mayor Lightfoot Wraps Up Community Listening Tour to Form Partnerships and Learn About Key Neighborhood Priorities
Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot today joined the One Chicago for All Alliance to wrap up a six-part “community listening tour” that the mayor participated in throughout Chicago from April to June.
A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR CHICAGO
As one of the 35 organizations in Mayor Lightfoot’s environment transition Committee, ComEd has helped develop plans for Chicago to respond to the climate crisis by reducing air pollution from…
HFS Student Scholars Win Top Prize for Smart Pathways Prototype
Student Presentations Conclude Inaugural Year of ComEd HFS Scholars STEM Program & Energy Academy CHICAGO (June 4, 2019) – The inaugural year of the ComEd HFS Scholars STEM Program and…
New Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s First Order of Business Was to Hang This Powerful Artwork About ‘Redlining’ in Her Office
The work was rushed over from a South Side museum in time for the mayor's inauguration.
New leadership in the Mayor’s Office and departments to further administration’s top priorities in the first 100 days
CHICAGO—Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot today announced several key staff who will serve in leadership positions in her administration.
SPOTLIGHT YOUTH OPPORTUNITY: Remake Learning Days Chicago
Remake Learning Days Chi is our region’s, first-ever hands-on, festival for the future of work and learning. It will take place May 16 -19, 2019.
Mayor Emmanuel Bids Farewell to City Council & Spring LGBTE Workshop
The week of April 22nd, Mayor Emanuel presided over his final City Council meeting. The meeting was very productive .
Be on the right side of history, VOTE for Chicago's Mayor April 2, 2019
Be on this side of Chicago's history, VOTE, April 2, 2019.
Chicago Celebrates SWAN Day
Support Women Artists Now Day (SWAN Day) is an annual international celebration of women’s arts and it was co-founded by Martha Richards of WomenArts and Jan Lisa Huttner of FF2 Media in 2008.…
CPS Job Fair
From lunchroom staff to substitute teachers, we're looking for candidates to join the team! Head to bit.ly/WorkForCPS to register for our job fair now!
21st ward Tuesday “Constituent Night” has changed to Monday’s
21st ward Tuesday “Constituent Night” has changed from Tuesday's to Monday’s, starting next week!
Toni Preckwinkle, Lori Lightfoot Will Head Into Mayoral Runoff
Lori Lightfoot, Toni Preckwinkle Will Head Into Mayoral Runoff And Chicago Will Gets Its 1st Black Woman Mayor. "Both candidates have painted themselves as progressives who were challenging the…
Kari. K. Steele elected President of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District
President Steele is the first African-American Woman to lead world’s largest clean water management agency. #BlackHistory #WomensHistory
An important message from #CHI311
Important message to the public!

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