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Thursday, 09 May 2019 16:38

May 3rd, 2019 Demonstration & Rally

Major call for help and safety for our youth. In the past week, 3 students in 3 community based high schools have been shot and killed. They had been out of school and were doing exactly what they should by re-enrolling back in school and working towards earning their high school diploma.

We support the Governor's and the state legislative leaders' push for more funding to provide education and employment for out of school and jobless youth so they will have the opportunity to become successful adults.

Wednesday, 23 January 2019 11:44

Laugh, Drink, Give! - Lagunita's Fundraiser

Join the Alternative Schools Network on March 26th for a MLB pre-season fund raising event where every beer you drink will help create futures for Chicago communities. Enjoy food, fun, music, raes and of course delicious Lagunitas beer from 5:30pm - 8:30pm at Lagunitas Brewing Co. located at 2607 W 17th St

Friday, 11 May 2018 12:05

May 14th, 2018 Press Conference

Join the ASN, Congressman Bobby Rush, Congressman Danny Davis, Democratic Congressional Candidate Chuy Garcia, and key community and business leaders for this important press conference.

March 16-17 Leadership Conference - Who is the Hero in Your Story: A View Through Asset Framing

This is an opportunity for you to strengthen and build relationships with school leaders as well as have discussion outside of the school setting.  Some of the topics being discussed: Overcoming obstacles, self-care and professional development, youth voice, asset framing, using resources and more...

Wednesday, 09 August 2017 10:47

Comedy Show - A Laugh Out Loud Fundraiser

Come join the Alternative School Network for an evening of laughter at our 2nd Annual Comedy Show Fundraiser. We have a night full of Chicago's best comedians, cash bar, and a silent auction. Comedians include Leon Rogers, Wildcat, Jeremiah Frazier and others! Grab your friends and join us for a night out that supports Opportunity Youth in Chicago. Can't attend? We would appreciate a donation.

Officials say jobs are key to reducing violence, but they're not facing the scale. So, WBEZ took a crack at the calculations.

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