Northwestern University Settlement AssociationAddress 1400 West Augusta Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois 60642 Categories: Arts & Culture, Education, Environmental & Nature, Health & Wellness, Immigration & Refugees, Mental Health Services, Poverty & Hunger, Professional Development & Training, Seniors, Youth Offers Opportunities Good For: Adults, Children Under 16, Families, Groups, People with Disabilities, Seniors
About Northwestern University Settlement AssociationNorthwestern Settlement’s comprehensive approach to community building provides immediate assistance for short term emergencies, education opportunities, and access to a wide network of additional programs. Northwestern Settlement’s comprehensive approach to community building provides immediate assistance for short term emergencies, education opportunities, and access to a wide network of additional programs. Each year 40,000 individuals come through our doors. Across all our programs we touch 85 percent of zip codes in Chicago, touching individuals from 2 to 100 years old. Our programs include: the Food Pantry and Family Services; AmeriCorps Project YES!, providing mentoring at local schools and community volunteer events throughout the year; House In The Wood Camp, a summer camp and year round outdoors education center; Rowe Elementary charter school; Adventure Stage Chicago, an award winning theater for young audiences; Family CARES Center, providing accessibly mental health support to Rowe scholars and families; After School, operating before and after school, and all day during the summer; and Early Childhood Education, a Head Start funded pre-K program for 2-5 year olds.
Current Opportunities at Northwestern University Settlement AssociationClick on Opportunity name for full details
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