Englewood restaurant to reopen, hope to continue tradition of teaching Kennedy King students

September 28, 2023

A favorite neighborhood eatery offering fine dining, while teaching students all aspects of operating a restaurant is coming back to Englewood. After being closed in...

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NYC college, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, gets millions to house migrants

September 25, 2023

Colleges in Illinois, Massachusetts and elsewhere in New York also have been tapped to deal with the need for housing for people crossing into the...

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Pace teaming with colleges to offer free bus driver training

September 22, 2023

Local community colleges and Pace Suburban Bus service are teaming up to offer students and others who qualify free training for a bus driving career....

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Fostering Latino Student Success

September 15, 2023

An early childhood education program at Reading Area Community College (RACC) in Pennsylvania looks to improve the skills and successes of Latino workers in those jobs. A community health worker...

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2023-24 Fellows of HACU’s Leadership Academy/La Academia de Liderazgo Announced

September 11, 2023

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities is pleased to announce the 50 fellows who will be part of the fifth cohort of its Leadership...

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Survey: Community college goers talk about missed career goals, whether degree was ‘worth it’

September 8, 2023

More than half of former community college students who enrolled with career aspirations said they did not fulfill those aspirations, survey shows Ask a person...

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Consulate of Mexico signs agreement to offer free English classes

September 6, 2023

El Consulado de México en Chicago firmó un acuerdo con Malcolm X College para ofrecer clases de inglés gratis. City Colleges of Chicago and Malcolm...

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Students get a head start in their careers through full-time apprenticeship program

September 5, 2023

The fall term at Harold Washington College started two weeks ago and among the students are some apprentices, who are also working full-time. Daniel Cowhey...

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State funding set, so City Colleges Plan New Community Center

September 1, 2023

Will be an annex to West Side Learning Center With state funding secured, the new Community Center for Teaching and Learning is on track to...

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Malcolm X College’s Far West Side satellite campus to get $9.5 million expansion

August 29, 2023

Malcolm X College’s satellite campus on the West Side is one of City Colleges of Chicago’s most outdated buildings. Despite undergoing a $5 million renovation...

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Consulado General de México en Chicago se une a City Colleges of Chicago para ofrecer clases gratuitas de inglés

August 29, 2023

“Queremos empoderar a nuestra comunidad a través de la educación y asegurarnos de que sean bilingües, biculturales y binacionales,” dijo la Cónsul General de México...

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“Podemos tener un gran impacto en la experiencia y la oportunidad de los jóvenes”: Juan Salgado

August 28, 2023

El rector de los Colegios Comunitarios de Chicago  Juan Salgado, recibió en días recientes reconocimientos a su trayectoria de liderazgo, entre ellos el premio Maclovio...

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Fast track to law enforcement jobs in Chicago

August 22, 2023

City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) is offering a short-term criminal justice program at no cost to participants that can provide a pathway to the Chicago...

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Deputy Secretary of Department of Commerce Visits Olive-Harvey College

August 17, 2023

U.S. Department of Commerce Deputy Secretary Don Graves visited Olive-Harvey College and participated in a discussion about workforce development.

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Big Chicago Companies Recruit City Colleges of Chicago Students as Apprentices

August 11, 2023

As college students head back to class, some in Chicago are headed to the office as part of the Chicago Apprentice Network, a program that...

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Daley College professor’s claim to fame: She helped build a machine that makes Oreos

August 2, 2023

Daley College’s Catherine “C.J.” Sikora, professor and Chair of the Manufacturing Engineering Technology Department, joins WGN Radio to discuss her professional background and current focus...

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