We are seeking a dynamic and creative educator to serve as a part-time Program Coordinator through late August. The Program Coordinator oversees most aspects of the Field Trip program, as well as supports Workshops and other initiatives as needed. This person will make a significant impact on Chicago youth by advancing 826CHI's mission.
Apply by Friday, February 24th. More information HERE >>
Way to make a nonprofit writing and tutoring center feel loved!
Thanks to sixteen local artists, seven of our own creative writers, and partners like you, our second-annual Who Wants Love? Pop Up Print Show at Workshop raised a heart-swelling $2,200 in just one night. The proceeds from these prints—all inspired by our students’ writing on love—will go directly to support our tuition-free programs.
Don’t be heartbroken if you missed the show—you can find pictures from the big night here and purchase your own magnificent print in the Wicker Park Secret Agent Supply Co. or online at www.secretagentsupply.com
An extra-special thank-you to the generous sponsors and talented artists who made this event possible —
Don’t miss your chance to match vocabularies with one of NPR's mightiest voices. Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s Wait Wait. . .Don't Tell Me! has joined the competition. Have you formed your Scrabble for Cheaters team yet? Register here >>
826CHI's Saturday Workshops began on February 11th, but registration is still open for a few of our teen workshops:
Questions? Please email Maria@826chi.org.
In the wake of new budget cuts, Chicago students and teachers once again have to do more with less. Our work is made possible by volunteers and donors like you, who believe that the stories of young Chicagoans from all communities matter. Now is the time to step up and show your support. Will you join us?
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