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  • Center for Student Development / Center for Student Development
    DONATE DONATE Donor Recognition Program Chicago Urban League Programs Center for Student Development Center for Student Development Project Ready Middle School Project Ready High School Project Ready College Scholarships Youth Investor Entrepreneur Project Parent Empowerment Program Donate Center for Student Development The Chicago Urban League s Center for Student Development formerly the Education Department offers a continuum of services for middle school through college students that prepares them to compete

    Original URL path: http://www.thechicagourbanleague.org/education (2016-05-01)
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  • IMPACT Leadership Development Program / About IMPACT
    Housing Workforce Development IMPACT Leadership Development Program Careers Multimedia Digital Media Strategy nextTV Contact Policy Research Overview Strategies Office of Education Policy Current Studies Juvenile Justice Policy Initiatives Media Partners Community DONATE DONATE Donor Recognition Program Chicago Urban League Programs IMPACT Leadership Development Program About IMPACT Program Overview Our Fellows 2015 Fellows 2016 Fellows Program Structure and Curriculum IMPACT Testimonials Application Contact About IMPACT The Chicago Urban League is committed to helping emerging African American leaders advance their career paths while building a more diverse leadership pipeline across the city IMPACT develops and engages culturally competent executives across the public private and not for profit sectors Shari Runner President and CEO Chicago Urban League Click here to read more about IMPACT from some of Chicago s most esteemed leaders 2016 Application Deadline Approaching We are accepting applications for the IMPACT Leadership Development Program s Class of 2017 Prospective applicants should submit their applications no later than Saturday April 30 2016 Mission The mission of the IMPACT Leadership Development Program is to create a pipeline of I nformed M otivated P erceptive A uthentic and C onnected T alent who will form the next generation of Chicago leaders available to fill

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  • Overview / Overview
    Program Chicago Urban League Careers Overview Overview Grant Writer Contract For nearly a century the Chicago Urban League has been a leader in supporting the African American community and making Chicago a better place to live The Chicago Urban League remains a dynamic institution that is committed to empowering communities and changing lives To fulfill our mission the Chicago Urban League is committed to attracting and selecting the most accomplished

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  • Digital Media Strategy / Overview
    Media Strategy nextTV Contact Policy Research Overview Strategies Office of Education Policy Current Studies Juvenile Justice Policy Initiatives Media Partners Community DONATE DONATE Donor Recognition Program Chicago Urban League Multimedia Digital Media Strategy Overview Digital Media Strategy The Multimedia Department is committed to using digital media to advance the mission vision and policy objectives of the Chicago Urban League We are committed to telling our stories and producing content that promotes positive images of African Americans Our strategy is to build on the success of the two Emmy award winning seasons of nextTV and leverage the power of the internet and social media to establish a digital media voice that expands the Chicago Urban League s reach in spaces such as Facebook Twitter YouTube and mobile applications Our goal is to continue to build a strong online community and reach an even larger audience African Americans make up 30 percent of Facebook Twitter and MySpace users This tells us that we are moving in the right direction and that we must meet our target audience where they are and provide them with the tools and information they need in real time The Chicago Urban League social media outlets will feature

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  • Strategies / Overview
    2014 Annual Report Staff Directory Auxiliaries Facility Rental Contact Us Marketing Consent Events Litigation Press Releases Lawsuit Frequently Asked Questions Support the Lawsuit Links Programs Center for Student Development Human Capital Entrepreneurship Housing Workforce Development IMPACT Leadership Development Program Careers Multimedia Digital Media Strategy nextTV Contact Policy Research Overview Strategies Office of Education Policy Current Studies Juvenile Justice Policy Initiatives Media Partners Community DONATE DONATE Donor Recognition Program Chicago Urban

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  • Office of Education Policy / Office of Education Policy
    Office of Education Policy Current Studies Juvenile Justice Policy Initiatives Media Partners Community DONATE DONATE Donor Recognition Program Chicago Urban League Policy Research Office of Education Policy Office of Education Policy Resources Office of Education Policy The Office of Education Policy leads Chicago Urban League s engagement in the education dialogue of Illinois It is also a resource for parents community members and public officials searching for good information about public schools and education policy Opportunity Compact Education CUL recommends that changes in the state s public education funding structure be targeted to support the following four priorities Increasing Expectations for Students Ensuring High Needs Schools have High Quality teachers and Leaders Family Engagement in Learning Ensuring Quality Early Childhood Education Economic Impact The lack of quality education is sure to impact opportunities for African Americans in the workforce These impacts will advsersely affect our economic status accross the board The Chicago Urban League has developed a summary of how these problems will impact the community in the future To download click here Through the National Opportunity to Learn Campaign the National Urban League has partnered with the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law the National Association for the

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  • Current Studies / Overview
    DONATE Donor Recognition Program Chicago Urban League Policy Research Current Studies Overview Current Studies African Americans Navigating Chicago s Professional Services Sector Facing Challenges Seizing Opportunities To download this report click here The Future of Economic Development for African Americans in the City of Chicago 2008 2018 In February 2008 the Chicago Urban League in partnership with Global Business Network released a research paper that presents four possible future scenarios

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  • Juvenile Justice / Overview
    Page Video Testimonials Resources Partners Juvenile Justice The Chicago Urban League s Juvenile Justice program focuses on Disproportionate Minority Contact DMC in Illinois DMC refers to the disproportionate number of minority youth who come into contact with the juvenile justice system African American youth are placing last in the marathon of racial fairness leaving an increasing number of black youth subjected to adult criminal court and harsher punishments According to Illinois Cook County Circuit Court African American juveniles make up 85 of its juvenile justice system population While black youth in Illinois constitute approximately 20 of the state s population they account for more than 50 of youth passing through the state s juvenile detention centers According to the W Haywood Burns Institute youth of color receive more severe sanctions that white youth even when charged with the same category of offense Youth of color comprise 35 of the total U S youth population yet make up 65 of all youth who are securely detained pre adjudication The Chicago Urban League is focused on raising public awareness of Disproportionate Minority Contact DMC that leads to advocacy for equitable policy making linked to DMC reduction strategies programs and services including but

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