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After School Matters programs are offered at community organizations, parks, high schools and libraries throughout Chicago, as well as downtown at the Gallery 37 Center for the Arts (66 East Randolph).**To participate in After School Matters programs, teens must be Chicago residents at least 14 years of age and currently enrolled in a Chicago Public Schools high school (*a limited number of opportunities are available to teens who attend non-CPS schools).
A new CPS guide to integrating the arts (including social studies and sciences) into the curriculum and creating full engagement with arts program providers was released as of October 23.
It was announced at, inter alia, the HPKCC Schools Committee September 29 2009 Networking Dinner for Schools and LSCs. It's called the "Chicago Guide for Teaching and Learning in the arts." Get also Options for Knowledge annual guide and the annual High School Directory.
The council members work with University of Chicago staff and local partners to develop projects at the intersection of arts administration and community engagement. In order to spread the word, we are reaching out to the officials, both in Chicago and across Illinois, high schools, churches, and youth groups. Students must complete the entire application in black pen or submit a typed version and submit to the Back 2 School Illinois office.
The B2SI Scholarship Program is only offered to college-bound high school seniors. The application must be postmarked no later than April 1, 2016.
Visit a Report on the March 28, 2007 Schools Committee forum, After School Partners- from the April 2007 Conference Reporter- in the After School Providers Forum and follow up page. Visit a Report on how the programs in this page can fit into a Assets/Promises-building area coalition (note that such is being built for other neighborhoods)., which has links to other such databases. And to see and link to a study of what global assets or abilities youth need to acquire and conditions needed to achieve them-- and how many kids have or don't have these, visit Assets Building, Promises, and Education Resources page- click Search-Institute-Promises.
See also in Assets Building Proposal, Promises Programs. Education Resources page and our descriptive Schools and education providers Directory.
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HPNC has been a host for both programs – and we will be again this summer (we are interviewing After School Matters candidates this week! Fall 2016 smplified menu and application now open. After School Matters- see link below for summer application (open to youth at least 14 yrs of age and attend both CPS and non-CPS schools) The Chi Anti VI Youth Violence Reduction Program will be operating this summer for the third year (2015). In this program, 16 teens work together to create theater productions and related events responding to a community issue or specific site.
Please make sure to share this link for Teens to enroll. with real artists with state of the art equipment. Design Apprenticeship Program A design-based mentorship and skills building initiative that encourages teens and young adults to invest in the improvement of the physical and social conditions of their community.
(School applications for these schools and programs are due 3rd Friday in December)- contact the Office of Academic Enhancement, 773 553-2060,
Project Exploration's (vitae below) "Discover Your Summer", with a host of nationwide camp, internship or jobs learning opportunities for youth:
Scholarship recipients will be selected by our Education Director and Scholarship Committee. The scholarship award may be used to pay tuition, fees, books, and/or other educational expenses.