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Historic Bronzeville Apartment Building Restored to Serve Again as Community Anchor
Underscores agency’s commitment to housing options
Company Expands Internet Essentials to as many as 91,000 CHA Households
Company to Donate $125,000 to Fund Local Computer Labs and Digital Literacy Training
CHA Office of the Inspector General worked to bring cases to law enforcement agencies
2016 Multicultural Leadership Academy Cohort Announced
New library coming to Altgeld Gardens
One Summer Chicago Youth Gained New Skills and Improved Communities across the City; Youth Work Totaled Record 3.5 Million Hours in 2016
Three-year CHA & DePaul partnership connects 25 CHA youth to professional learning opportunities
CNA’s $20,000 grant helped with dorm supplies, counseling
Part of expanded partnership between DePaul and CHA building on Year of the Youth year-round opportunities