My job title is Program Director. I have been in this position since July 2010, when I joined METROsquash. My work involves leading programming for METROsquash team members. Primarily, I help high school students research, apply for and enroll in 4 year colleges and universities. What I like about my job is seeing students create ambitious goals and reach them. Through squash and different opportunities they are able to identify, team members grow. I am excited to see METROsquash and its students continue to grow each year. Programming and services that families receive is deeper and more comprehensive, and knowing that team members benefit from the time they spend at METROsquash pushes everyone - staff, students and supporters - to explore new and better ways to have an impact.


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METROsquash students engage in equal parts squash and academic instruction three days a week after school. In addition, the program provides one-on-one mentoring and weekend activities including squash competitions, community service projects and cultural trips. The aim is to empower Chicago Public… More

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Grace from Chicago, IL

Starting college, need a computer

I am starting college in the Fall, studying to be a lawyer, and I need a laptop to be successful. More

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Marnee from Chicago, IL

First in my family to go to college, I need a computer to be successful

I need a laptop computer to help me study, do research and take notes so I can be successful in college. More

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Mary from Chicago, IL

1st in my family to go to college. Stretching to pay for school, but need a laptop to succeed.

Going to college will let me support my mom who supported us on her own for many years. A laptop will let me write papers and keep up in my classes. More

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