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  • Maribel Herrera, Saturday Place

    Saturday Place supports students in the 3rd and 4th grades as these critical years can be an indicator of high school success. This learning community helps students flourish and supports parents.
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  • Larry Cowans, I.C.Stars

    I.C.Stars is a program that teaches technological, leadership and communication skills to achieve economic and social freedom for the underserved. Don't just look for a job, develop yourself for the future.
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  • April Redzic, DuPagePads

    DuPagePads mission is to end homelessness in DuPage County. Their approach has shown a decrease in health & mental health issues by moving out of shelters & utilizing more individual rooms where they can self-care.
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  • Fred Long, UCAN

    UCAN serves youth and families in Chicago experiencing trauma. This community based organization builds strong youth and families through compassionate healing education and empowerment.
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  • April Preyar, Trials and Triumphs

    Trials and Triumphs is a board game created for families, classrooms, teachers, parents and children that mimics real life scenarios. This games allows users to see rules as they play out based on their choices.
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  • Aprill Hawkins, Year Up Chicago

    Year Up Chicago open doors to life-changing six month corporate internships and provides job-ready skills training opportunities to youth ages 18-24.
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  • Britney Robbins, The Gray Matter Experience

    The Gray Matter Experience exposes black high school students to entrepreneurship. Students are taught how to build a business and given the opportunity to build a business. Founder & CEO Britney Robbins explains.
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  • Cherita Ellens, Women Employed

    Women Employed works to improve the economic status of women and remove barriers to equity with a focus on women in low wage roles.
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  • Darrious Hilmon, Chicago State Foundation

    Chicago State Foundation battles barriers through support and services. With a long rich history, they strive to give students their first best chance. Executive Director Darrious Hilmon explains.
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  • Karen Wells, Bridge Communities

    Homeless families are sometimes invisible but Bridge Communities provides an opportunity for families to get ahead by providing support and stable housing for homeless families.
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