Do you want to help a minority CPS student get into college and be successful - while running or walking a 5K through Chicago’s beautiful Grant Park?
Join Center for Companies That Care on May 16, 2013 for its second annual 5K March to College!
Proceeds from this event directly benefit the programs of Center for Companies That Care, including AIM High, a proven, long-term more than mentoring program for minority high school students, to ensure they graduate from college and are prepared for tomorrow’s workplace.
Form a corporate team or participate as an individual! Register today!
Center for Companies That Care is hosting this year’s AIM High Career Fair on the evening of February 20th at the Chicago Cultural Center. The event is dedicated to exposing high school students to the wide range of careers they will have access to as college educated adults.
The fair provides a unique opportunity for Chicago professionals to become career reps for an evening, meet around 150 curious representatives of tomorrow’s workforce, and network with other socially engaged employers.
Please click here for further information and registration.
AIM High is in the news! We are thrilled to announce AIM High will be in the spotlight this weekend. In the spring of 2011, AIM High was featured on WTTW’s, Chicago Tonight. (Check out the original episode here) The segment featured AIM High students and mentors during the 2011 AIM High Career Fair (An AIM High exclusive event that gives students the opportunity to begin exploring a variety of different careers through the eyes of volunteer, Chicagoland professionals.) The segment included amazing commentary from experts about the importance of mentoring and how the AIM High model has made a difference.