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Like so many college alumni, Harold Washington College President Daniel López, Jr., Ph.D. looks forward to returning to his alma mater next month for Illinois State University’s Homecoming celebration. But beyond football and parades, this year’s festivities are sure to carry extra significance for the ISU alum, as the University recently announced that Dr. López […]
On Friday, September 10th, Wright College, City Colleges’ Center of Excellence for Engineering and Computer Science, hosted our system’s first-ever TEDx Talk – a one-of-a-kind event focused on engineering for personal and community growth. The event was the perfect opportunity for two alumni – Alexandra Medina and Vasilios Soupos – to return to their alma […]
Recently, U.S. Representative Marie Newman announced $999,400 in federal funding has been awarded to support computer science pathways for high school students at Chicago Public Schools (CPS). Awarded by the National Science Foundation to The Learning Partnership, a research organization in Illinois’ 3rd Congressional District, Wright College, DePaul University, and the Chicago Public Schools to […]
Tiffany Spraggins was tired of working lower-wage jobs with no opportunity for growth – but that all changed when she went back to college at Wilbur Wright and learned about an opportunity to participate in a paid apprenticeship program. Now, she’s working full-time at Accenture as an Application Development Analyst, earning a competitive salary and […]
Alexandra Medina is determined to prove that “engineering has a spot for everyone,” – and soon, she’ll take center stage to deliver that message. On September 10th, Alexandra, who earned her associate degree in science from Wright College this spring, will be one of the featured speakers at City Colleges’ first-ever TEDx Talk, set to take place at her […]
Student Success Stories
Eduardo Perez
Wright College
Eduardo Perez was determined to earn his bachelor’s degree after graduating from high school, but financial constraints prohibited him from heading directly to a four-year university. To save money, he enrolled at Wright College, where he identified a passion for computers and earned credits that would later transfer to Illinois Tech. Today, Eduardo has more...
Renee King
Truman College
From working in a call center and at a bank, to serving as a full-time nanny, Renee King’s resume already spans several industries—and now the 31-year-old Jamaican immigrant is focused on adding her dream job in dentistry to the list. Renee graduated with her associate degree in science from Truman College in the spring of...
Antoinnette Smith
Olive-Harvey College
After graduating from Chicago Vocational Academy in 2009, Burnham neighborhood resident Antoinnette Smith spent some time figuring out her next step. She took classes at Daley College and had jobs in warehouses and a distribution center. While she originally thought about studying medicine, it turns out that the best fit for her is what many...
Angel Childs
Daley College
After graduating from Bogan High School on Chicago’s Southwest Side, Angel Childs took a series of temporary jobs to make ends meet. She was supporting her family and paying the bills, but, as someone who has always wanted to help others, she wasn’t feeling fulfilled by the work. Determined to make a change, Angel enrolled...
Jacori Garrett
Daley College, Early College, Harold Washington College
Jacori Garrett started his college career early as a student at Sarah E. Goode STEM Academy. As part of the Early College program, Jacori was taking college level classes and earning college credit as a high school student. Once he graduated from high school in 2017, he headed to a four-year university in Wisconsin. But...
Latil Willis
Harold Washington College
Latil Willis has always dreamed of earning a college degree in business and obtaining a career doing something creative in the industry. So in 2018, she set out to achieve those goals, enrolling in business-focused courses at Harold Washington College. However, as Latil was struggling to keep up with her schoolwork while also holding a...
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Kennedy-King College
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