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CLX Insights: July 2020 Newsletter - Volume 2, Issue 7


The Founding Story: A Member-driven Network to Connect Chicago's Learners and Leaders Then and Now

Before there was the Chicago Learning Exchange or even the Hive Chicago Learning Network, the John D. &
Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation convened a select group of individuals to create an out-school time innovation Network.

Gina Grant sat down with Robin Schnur, Senior Director of Youth and Family at the Art Institute of Chicago, to learn more about the start and her thoughts on the future.

Tell me about the early days of the Network.

Around 2009, the President of John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation put a call out convening directors of museums and heads of institutions to galvanize collective energy around reimagining learning in Chicago, to be relevant, digitally-enabled, and connected, in recognition that young people thrive in their learning when they can pursue their own interests, connect to others with shared interests, and can do so 'anywhere, anytime,' not only in the context of the formal education system.

What resulted from that initial convening was a large group of youth-serving organizations representing many different interest-areas-art, STEM, media production, music, writing- that formed the original Chicago Learning Network (CLN). It was an exciting moment of coming together around a shared purpose-to amplify opportunities for teens in the city.

Read more about connecting Chicago''s learners and leaders.


July 16 UnMeetup Resource Fair: Working Group

Thank you for attending our July UnMeetup: Resource Working Group! If you were unable to attend our event, here are some highlights:

  • Iterating on past working sessions such as one led by Cameron Sow, CLX members came together to pull together our community's collective resources on areas of need such as mental health, summer safety, housing, job opportunities, internet access, etc.

We urge community members to continue to grow this collection by adding resources to the Working Group section of the CLX Community Wiki under "July 16th UnMeetup." For a recap of the July UnMeetup view here. We encourage sharing resources through our #xchange channel on Slack or on Twitter, tagging @ChicagoLX with the hashtag #Xchange

CLX truly appreciate those who were able to attend and contribute. If you were able to stop in, no matter how brief, please leave your thoughts and feedback via this Mentimeter.

We continue with CLX virtual convenings every first and third Thursday at 9 am: 

Register for the August 6th Community Check-in. 
Register for the August 20th Community Meetup.


CLX members and Chicago featured in Global Future Ready Education Best Practices

There are innovative communities across the United States wrestling with the future of education and work - and what that future might promise to its young people. The Remake Learning Network and Grable Foundation are excited to share that this fall a new series entitled Forerunners will share system-level best practices from 15 regions that are participating in Remake Learning Days Across America.

Representing Chicago, CLX and a few Network members will be featured in Forerunners and sharing Chicago''s story of foster education innovation at scale. 

Read more on the HundrED campaign here. 

   Convergence Design Lab launches independently!

   Congratulations to our long-standing partners Mindy
   Faber and Margaret Conway who have just announced the
   launch of Convergence Design Lab, LLC, an independently
   operated and woman-owned learning research and design

Sign up for their newsletter so you can be among the first to access their open source tools, resources and research findings. And while you are at it, follow them on their Medium site where you can learn all about their new agency and the story behind their launch as a social impact agency. Here's a great reading for the CLX community, highlighting youth media and maintaining participation through a series of unfortunate events.

Read more about the launch and open-source tools and resources here. 


Youth Opportunities

  1. 826Chi has created 826 Digital as a platform to house inventive resources to ignite a love of writing and will be hosting a Teen Writer's Studio Release on July 31st.
  2. Chicago Youth Centers is hosting an eight-week virtual summer camp for ages 5 to teens. The registration link can be found, for more information contact Steven Willis at
  3.  Connect to a real-time list of youth opportunities via My CHI. My Future.   Learn more here.

Educator Opportunities  

  1. Want to help Non-Profit Professionals across Chicago connect and network? Join the YNPN Executive Board! Learn more here

  2. Chicago College & Career Advising Credential (CCCAC) is hosting an intensive 6-day interactive training in participants will practice youth-centered coaching strategies, help youth explore and pursue progressive postsecondary pathways while examining and addressing equity issues in coaching and postsecondary planning. Learn more here.

  3. CCCAC is also hosting two Frontline Focus Training Institute Virtual Courses focusing on  "MOVING BEYOND STIGMA: MENTAL HEALTH AND EMPLOYMENT" and "REMOTE GROUP FACILITATION."For more information, visit 

  4. Let's Save Summer is a grassroots movement to save as many youth internships and enrichment programs. Now more than ever, youth need engaging and empowering experiences that build skills, hope, and purpose. They offer training, 1:1 professional coaching, and opportunities to engage with the movement while sharing resources.
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