Girls in the Game



Telephone: 312-633-GAME (4263)

Girls in the Game provides and promotes sports and fitness opportunities, nutrition and health education, and leadership development to enhance the overall health and well-being of girls. Since 1995, Girls in the Game, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, has emerged as a leading girls’ health and fitness organization in Chicago. Every year, Girls in the Game empowers more than 3,500 girls to make healthier choices and develop the confidence and leadership skills they need to succeed on and off the field. From yoga and lacrosse to soccer and dance, Girls in the Game exposes girls to a wide and energizing mix of sports and fitness activities year round. Girls are encouraged to get in the game —any game—so they can learn teamwork and determination, and to make choices that lead to a happier, healthier life. All sports and fitness programming includes hands-on workshops on nutrition, health, and leadership.

St. Nicholas Parish

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Telephone: 847-864-1185

St. Nicholas Parish was officially established on July 20, 1887, when Archbishop James Feehan appointed Fr. Otto Groenebaum to “establish a German Catholic congregation at South Evanston, Ill.”  The formation of the parish was the culmination of years of hope and effort by a growing element in Evanston: German-speaking people, mostly from Luxembourg. St. Nicholas Parish has served a variety of immigrant groups over the years. St. Nicholas Parish strives for these ideals, set forth in our parish mission statement, in our worship, in celebration, and in outreach:  “We are the Body of Christ at St. Nicholas. Grounded in our diversity, we gather for worship, cherish the traditions of our Catholic faith, witness to the Gospel of Jesus, minister to others, and live as Christians in the world.”

Community Builders

Community Builders


Telephone: 312-577-5555

The Community Builders is a leading nonprofit real estate developer that owns or manages more than 11,000 quality apartments.  Their business, infrastructure, and community program investments help make neighborhoods work for people of all incomes. The Community Builders is a neighborhood catalyst, and develop housing for families and seniors and invest in local businesses and public amenities that strengthen neighborhoods. Together with their partners, they bring diverse experience and comprehensive expertise to a range of communities.

Evanston Township High School



Telephone: 847-424-7000

Evanston Township High School (ETHS) District 202 is a four-year (9-12), comprehensive high school occupying a 62-acre campus in Evanston, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago along the Lake Michigan shore. ETHS was established in 1883 and serves the city of Evanston and a small portion of the neighboring village of Skokie for a total district population of approximately 78,000. The attendance area of the school is home to Northwestern University and Oakton Community College and has a variety of office developments, technology parks, and light industrial and shopping districts. Together, the two communities offer an ethnic, economic, racial, and cultural diversity that is reflected in the student body. Evanston Township High School has 275 certified staff members, a majority of whom have a Master’s degree or beyond. ETHS is fully accredited by the State of Illinois. Embracing its diversity, ETHS dedicates itself to educating all students to their fullest potential.

Chicago School of Professional Psychology




Founded in 1979, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is the nation’s leading nonprofit graduate school dedicated exclusively to the applications of psychology and related behavioral sciences. The school is an active member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, which has recognized TCSPP for its distinguished service and outstanding contributions to cultural diversity and advocacy. The school’s community service initiatives have resulted in three consecutive years of recognition on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, including the additional “With Distinction” honor in 2010. The Chicago Campus was also one of three schools in Illinois to receive the 2010 Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Campuses are located in Chicago; in Los Angeles, Westwood, and Irvine, California; and the newest campus in Washington, D.C. Doctoral psychology programs, and masters psychology programs are offered on-ground and in an online-blended format.

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