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Pahara and Aspen Institutes Announce New Class of Leaders for Pahara-Aspen Education Fellowship
SAN FRANCISCO (October 25, 2018) – The Pahara Institute, together with the Aspen Institute, announced today ...Read More
In addition to receiving Chicago Crain’s prestigious 40 under 40 honor, Dawn Frances advances the mission of the Cleveland Avenue Foundation for Education to support and mentor underserved Chicago students & professionals by investing in organizations focused ...Read More
Join us in helping children and youth of Chicago build their dreams!
From humble beginnings in 1849 as an orphanage, the history of CCCS has paralleled the history of our ...Read More
February marks Black History Month. During this month, Make It Better celebrates black women of impact who are making Chicagoland a better place. These dynamic women are among a select group who continually demonstrate what it means ...Read More
Electrical Engineering Alums Support Successful Initiatives for Underrepresented Minorities
Don and Liz Thompson give back to the longstanding Minority Engineering Program.
Ask Don (BSEE '84) ...Read More
Julie Xu covers the Resurrection Projects' Increase the Peace Campout. Bridget Vaughn interviews Liz Thompson of CAFE - the Cleveland Avenue Foundation for Education - about philanthropy in the Black community of Chicago. Sam Larsen visits The ...Read More
Dining at the West Hollywood Soho Club & Garden last year, Dodgers owners Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Mark Walter made plans to help hundreds of underprivileged, minority students in Chicago, and eventually thousands nationwide....Read More