Founded in 2011, the City Colleges of Chicago Alumni Association was created to serve the needs of alumni from all seven City Colleges, Richard Daley, Kennedy-King, Malcolm X, Olive-Harvey, Harry S. Truman, Harold Washington, and Wilbur Wright and predecessor institutions such as Loop, Southeast or Woodrow Wilson College. The CCC Alumni Association provides its members a way to grow personally and professionally through relevant programs and valuable benefits.
Membership is free and open to those who have earned a degree or certificate, completed 30 or more credits or prepared for your GED at City Colleges of Chicago. We’re all connected. When you become a registered member you can reconnect with former classmates, faculty and staff as you enjoy great benefits including:
• Biannual e-newsletter
• Invitations to networking and social events
• Use of CCC career counseling and services including the Career Network, City Colleges new online job board
We invite you to take part in our programs, help us plan events and volunteer for future activities. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have and invite you to give us suggestions by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to keep your information current with us too and join our official CCC Alumni LinkedIn Group.
To become an official member, complete the member registration form. We look forward to hearing from you, learning about your unique City Colleges experience and your current accomplishments. Click here to update your contact information and share your good news.
And as you look forward, don’t forget to give back….
There is no better way to make a positive difference in the lives of students who will come after you than by giving back. We encourage you to give annually to support your institution and by doing so you will help others receive the same educational benefits you received. Consider an annual gift to the CCC Foundation.
The City Colleges of Chicago Foundation is a separate, not for profit 501(c)(3), that provides scholarship assistance to many students who otherwise would be unlikely to begin or complete their college education. The Foundation has awarded over $1 million in scholarship assistance since 2007.