Erie House Expanded Learning Programs (ELP) Connect Families to Educational Activities and Critical Resources

In Erie House Expanded Learning Programs (ELP), students aged 5 through 18 have access to after-school and out-of-school activities and clubs designed to support academic, socio-emotional, and physical growth. Students in grades 1-3 attend our READS program in Little Village to work with a tutor and improve reading comprehension, decoding skills, digital literacy, reading fluency,…

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Erie House TEAM Program Receives Woodward Charitable Trust Grant

Woodward Charitable Trust renewed a grant to support the TEAM program at Erie Neighborhood House through the end of the academic year. The initiative is a key component of the Erie House Youth Options Unlimited (YOU) program and recently earned Gold Star designation from MENTOR Illinois. It pairs 100 students in grades 7 through 12…

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MENTOR Illinois Assigns Gold Star Status to Erie House TEAM Program

The Erie Neighborhood House TEAM mentoring program earned Gold Star status from MENTOR Illinois, a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding the quality and quantity of mentoring relationships for children and youth. The initiative engages 100 students in grades 7 through 12 in a holistic approach, pairing them with volunteer mentors from the community who help…

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Woodward Charitable Trust Renews $10,000 Grant for TEAM Program

Woodward Inc. and the Woodward Charitable Trust renewed a $10,000 grant to support the TEAM initiative at Erie Neighborhood House. TEAM stands for Tutoring to Educate for Aims and Motivation. The initiative delivers one-on-one mentoring to 100 local youth ages 12-18 each year, pairing students with adult leaders in the community who volunteer their time…

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