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News from past year

Teamwork Englewood 2017 Spotlight

The year 2017 was a great year of progress, and expansion for Teamwork Englewood. Check out what we were able to accomplish and the strong foundation we'll build upon for 2018.

Englewood Quality of Life Plan II Celebrates Its One Year Anniversary

The Englewood Quality of Life Plan turns one! Join us at our final quarterly meeting of 2017. Click here to RSVP. 

Englewood Women's Initiative: Supporting Veterans

The Englewood Women's underscores the need for the QLP to develop an Englewood Women’s Business Council to provide ongoing support services for women entrepreneurs. The focus on child care businesses is particularly important because it responds to the expanding need for child care in Englewood.  We have a new generation of young people returning home and new residents choosing to settle in the greater Englewood community because it is a geographically desirable and an affordable place to raise their families.

Convening with a Chicago Grant Maker

Last week, Englewood community organizations had the opportunity to present their ideas on Black activism to the Field Foundation. 

Something to Celebrate: Englewood Square

Monday October 2nd, 2017, the Englewood community the one year anniversary  of Englewood Square.

Childcare Business Development Opportunity Open Through October 4 for Englewood Women Entrepreneurs

The Englewood Women's Initiative seeks women entrepreuers interested in childcare businesses.

Englewood Quality of Life Quarterly Meeting (Q3) Update

We are three quarters into the implementation of the Engleood Quality of Life Plan. Check out each taskforce's updates!

The things we do to survive

Teamwork Englewood Re-Entry Department client, Ray Rogers, shares his success story on his life after incarceration, and actualizing his purpose.

Rock the Beat: Jobs on the Block

RockThe Beat - Job Fair/Hiring Event on 66th & Union from 12pm-3pm.

[Youth Speak] I don't mean to brag but... allow me to for a second

Coding allows you to do more than construct a virtual world, it allows you to build a vision and your future, in your reality. Read this testimonial by former youth participant in Englewood Codes. 

"Englewood Women's Initiative"

The Englewood Women's Initiative is featured in the "West of the Ryan Current". Check it out here!

"Tiny Homes" are coming to Englewood to address youth homelessness

La Casa Norte & Pride Policy Tank, hosted a "Tiny Towns" community meeting yesterday at  in iGrow Chicago in the West Englewood Neighborhood. 

[Youth Speak] I've learned more from"Englewood Codes" than coding

The Englewood Codes program partnered with Project Tech Teens, as an After School Matters site. We're featuring one of our program participants, Terrence Dantzler.