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Photo Gallery: Universidad de Illinois en Chicago
(May 10, 2012)

Images include:

  • Secretary Solis speaks to a gathering of recent graduates and students at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, about the importance of education, job training and efforts to prevent the federal student loan rates from doubling, July 1.
  • Secretary Solis speaks to a gathering of recent graduates and students at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, about the challenges and opportunities for graduates entering the workforce.
  • Nearly 150 students attended a meeting with Secretary Solis at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, about the importance of education to growing a productive and competitive American workforce.
  • Students from the University of Illinois at Chicago CHANCE Program meet with Secretary Solis. The main goal of Project CHANCE is to increase minority student enrollment through community outreach and to provide academic assistance to those students already enrolled. CHANCE, in collaboration with both on and off campus partners, provides access for students to Academic Skills Builders courses, tutoring services, peer-to-peer mentors, specialized seminars and workshops.
  • Secretary Solis with staff members at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, where she spoke May 8 with a gathering of newly 150 students about the challenges and opportunities for graduates entering the workforce.
  • Secretary Solis and Phyllis Hayes, founder of the University of Illinois at Chicago CHANCE Program, which is part of the College of Education. The main goal of Project CHANCE is to increase minority student enrollment through community outreach and to provide academic assistance to those students already enrolled.

Images include:

  • Secretary Solis speaks to a gathering of recent graduates and students at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, about the importance of education, job training and efforts to prevent the federal student loan rates from doubling, July 1.
  • Secretary Solis speaks to a gathering of recent graduates and students at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, about the challenges and opportunities for graduates entering the workforce.
  • Nearly 150 students attended a meeting with Secretary Solis at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, about the importance of education to growing a productive and competitive American workforce.
  • Students from the University of Illinois at Chicago CHANCE Program meet with Secretary Solis. The main goal of Project CHANCE is to increase minority student enrollment through community outreach and to provide academic assistance to those students already enrolled. CHANCE, in collaboration with both on and off campus partners, provides access for students to Academic Skills Builders courses, tutoring services, peer-to-peer mentors, specialized seminars and workshops.
  • Secretary Solis with staff members at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 8, where she spoke May 8 with a gathering of newly 150 students about the challenges and opportunities for graduates entering the workforce.
  • Secretary Solis and Phyllis Hayes, founder of the University of Illinois at Chicago CHANCE Program, which is part of the College of Education. The main goal of Project CHANCE is to increase minority student enrollment through community outreach and to provide academic assistance to those students already enrolled.