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Get ahead by earning college credit for free through City Colleges. What is Early College? What Are the Benefits? Join the Early College program and you can enroll in college-level courses while still in high school, reducing both the time and the money needed to earn a college degree. The CCC Early College program offers
CPS high school seniors who graduate with a 3.0 GPA and who test completion-ready in math and English are able to pursue a degree or certificate at City Colleges at no cost—free tuition and books. Complete your application online at: www.ccc.edu/starscholarship What Does the Scholarship Cover? City Colleges will provide waivers for all tuition and
Learn how banking & direct deposit into Bank On Illinois and Bank On Chicago accounts can help you to better manage benefits payments or direct deposit of your payroll.
Free tax help available January 29, 2022 to April 18, 2022 for households earning up to $58,000 or single fliers earning up to $32,000 annually.
By Ivon Guzman Nov. 30, 2021 Prior to having my first job, I was not banked. I carried my money in my wallet all the time, even though I knew cash could be easily lost or stolen. However, as a young adult, I am proud to say that I took advantage of an affordable Bank
Help for Illinois Families: Relief for Households Across the State The Pritzker Administration, in partnership with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), is leveraging federal ARPA funds to help Illinois families access and afford home energy assistance and other essential services during COVID-19. Building on the State’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
MOPD’s Benefit’s Counseling is back! Benefits Counseling will help alleviate your fear of losing SSA cash benefits and access to healthcare when you work. Take this opportunity for a one-on-one benefits counseling session to help you learn how earning wages may impact your Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Medicare, Medicaid, and
City of Chicago Reminds Residents of Available Resources for Renters and Landlords ahead of the end of the Eviction Moratorium The eviction moratorium ends on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, but Chicago tenants still have options. If you are worried about remaining in your home because you have been unable to pay rent: Don’t Self-Evict – If you get an eviction notice, know
Every year BOGM chooses individuals or organizations that have been instrumental in helping BOGM increase banking access to our community.The Economic Awareness Council has been chosen to receive the Innovation Award for the REAL Bank Program. One major focus for BOGM has been youth since we started the coalition. They are many young people who