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CREATE

Youth collaborate with peers & mentors 
in STEAM+ (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math, & More) experiences
during Maker-Centered Out-of-School Clubs.

 

CLUB CHI626

Increasing Equity

Most Clubs are limited to 10 youth participants
and priority registration is given to youth who live or attend school in the Howard Area of Rogers Park.

ENGINEERING

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When?               Wednesdays 

                           3:30pm - 5:00pm  

Where?              Virtual

Who?                 Grades 5th-8th

Space is limited to 10 youth.

Design and Build Activities such as exploring the design and function of robotic arms, hands and grippers, build a robotic arm that really moves, and more...


Check out this catapult activity.


Kits are provided that will contain materials needed.


Facilitators:

Mimi

Alexis

Cam

ANIME TOMODACHI

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When?        Wednesdays 

                    3:30pm - 5:00pm

Where?       Virtual

Who?          Grades 5th-8th

Space is limited to 10 youth.

Explore the world of Anime. Understand and appreciate the art of Japanese Animation while enjoying an entertaining and welcoming environment.  Play games, debate favorite anime books, create & share original illustrations, and learn the Japanese language.

Facilitator:

Catie

UHC ESPORTS

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When?        Tuesdays & Thursdays 

                    3:30pm - 5:00pm    

Where?       Virtual

Who?          Grades 5th-8th

Space is limited to 10 youth.

Had enough of academics by the time school is dismissed?  Join eSports for friendly, competitive virtual gaming with friends.

Facilitator:

Sam

HACKER UNIVERSITY

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When?        Tuesdays

                    3:30pm - 5:00pm    

Where?       Virtual

Who?          Grades 5th-8th

Space is limited to 10 youth.

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CHESS

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When?        Tuesdays & Thursdays

                    3:30pm - 5:00pm

Where?       Virtual

Who?          Grades 5th-8th

Space is limited to 10 youth.

Play Chess online with friends at Gale youth all over the city.  From beginner to advanced students CHI626 Players Club has something to offer all levels of play.

Facilitators:

Adam

Neal

CONCERT CHOIR

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When?        Tuesdays & Thursdays 

                    4:15pm - 5:00pm    

Where?       Virtual

Who?          Grades 3rd - 12th

Space is limited to 10 youth.

Singers audition for this performance-oriented Choir, displaying a solid sense of pitch and good focus.  In addition, youth who join Concert Choir view singing not only as a fun activity but also as a vehicle for personal achievement and growth.  A wide variety of musical styles and genres are explored in this enriching program.


Hosted by Artistic Director Gary Geiger, Evanston Children's Choir

FRIDAY NIGHT CHOIR

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When?        Fridays 

                    6:30pm - 7:15pm    

Where?       Virtual

Who?          All Ages Welcome

Space is limited to 10 singers.

Friday Night Choir is for everyone!  Adults and kids of all ages and levels can have fun discovering the joy of all types of music by singing together in one group.  This is an open, casual Choir.  


Hosted by Associate Director Bryan Johnson, Evanston Children’s Choir

INVENTORS

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When?        Thursdays 

                    3:30pm - 5:00pm    

Where?       Virtual

Who?          Grades 5th-8th

Space is limited to 10 youth.

 Inventors is a 2-part Club.  You can hang out and build with Legos, and/or take part in CSIC.


De-stress at the end of the day by designing and building with Legos (Lego kits provided).


Do you enjoy solving problems?  Do you have a great idea for an invention?  If so, you have come to the right place!  Take part in CSIC (Chicago Student Invention Convention).


Facilitators:

Mimi Grant

Alexis Burns

SMART CENTS - STIPENDS  AVAILABLE

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April Pop-Up Work Shop

Develop sound financial skills now to have positive implications as you grow into adulthood.

SMART Cents introduces general concepts, such as establishing good savings habits and responsible
spending, which is important for financial success later in life (Kasman, Heuberger, and Hammond, 2018).
Learning about financial literacy while you are still a teen is positively associated with adults who will help you be able to accumulate more assets and have a higher net worth as an adult.

Hosted by

4-H University of Illinois Extension

Facilitator

Sheila

SOCCER

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When?        Weekdays After School

                    4:30pm - 6:pm  

                    Sunday Afternoons

  

Where?       Rogers Park

Who?           Grades 5th-8th grades

Space is limited to 10 youth.

Stay fit and healthy by playing soccer. 

It's a great exercise that improves cardiovascular health, increases coordination, improves strength and enhances flexibility.... 

& Boosts self-confidence and self-esteem!

Hosted by

Northside Chicago AYSO

KUNG FU -COMING SOON!

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When?        Saturdays

                    2:00pm - 2:45pm    

Where?       Freddie's Modern                                        Kung Fu

Who?          Grades 3rd-8th

Space is limited to 5 youth.

Kung Fu Martial Arts focuses on fitness, self defense, meditation, and creative expression.

Sensei

Monica 

BRIGHT - COMING THIS SUMMER

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Save the Dates!
July 12-22, 2021
Mon-Thur
12:00pm-3:00pm

Organized by the National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP), and The Hello Studios, more details about BRIGHT are coming soon...