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Do you need daycare, Head Start full-day preschool or an after school program for your child?
Our Child Development Program offers all of these.
Are you interested in the Reggio Emilia approach to early learning?
Reggio Emilia is a very hands-on experiential approach. Infants, toddlers and preschoolers in all of our Early Childhood programs experience this innovative educational philosophy. We also offer Learning Tours for educators to see what we do first hand.
Does your preschool program need oversight in complying with Head Start programs?
Our Community Partners Program currently collaborates with more than 20 day care centers to become compliant.
Are you looking for a fun after school and summer program for your fifth through eighth grader that supports academic activity, too?
Nuevos Exitos, Common Ground for Youth’s middle school program, could be just right for your youth!
Are you in high school, wanting to do something exciting and fun after school, get help with your studies, and learn more about what the road to college looks like?
Nuevos Futuros, Common Ground for Youth’s high school program, offers you this, and more!
Are you a high school junior or senior, and would like to have an internship with a mentor?
Join R.I.S.E.! Learn more about what we do in this exciting program (including our spring college tour) and how to get involved.
Esta buscando ayuda para aprender Ingles, increasing your job skills, preparing for the GED exam, or mastering basic computer skills?
Our Adult Education program offers you a variety of courses from which to choose.
Do you need adult day care and/or in-home services for yourself or loved one?
Does Chicago Commons work with other organizations in my neighborhood?
Yes, we do. In West Humboldt Park, New City (Back of the Yards), and Pilsen, Commons supports and participates in B.E.E.P., Humboldt Park New Communities Project, Peace and Education Coalition, Pilsen Planning Committee, and the 2010 Census Campaign "Count Me In".