Chicago's First Lady Visits Columbia for Chicago Learning Exchange Meetup
This week, Columbia hosted the January meetup of the Chicago Learning Exchange – a nonprofit program that works with a community of youth-serving organizations to close Chicago’s opportunity gap for students.
The event took place in the school’s Conaway Center and featured Chicago’s first lady, Amy Eshleman, representing the City of Chicago’s Mayoral Office.
The monthly meetup includes hands-on workshops, presentations, and dedicated time and space to connect with like-minded education professionals. The partnership between Columbia and CLX (formerly Chicago Hive Network) spans nearly seven years.
Visit the Chicago Learning Exchange’s website for more information and upcoming events.
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