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Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a Chicago-based redevelopment firm that specializes in transforming obsolete industrial sites in major cities, today announced the awardees of the fifth annual Hilco Scholars scholarship program. Launched in 2019, the Hilco Scholars program provides scholarships to students in Southwest Chicago to study at one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago or a 4-year college or university. Through the program, HRP has awarded over $85,000 in scholarships to 10 local students to date. This year's award recipients will each receive $10,000 to support their higher education goals.
Hilco Redevelopment Partners’ (HRP) hosted a community update April 27 as progress continues on the Lawndale Fleet Storage Yard in Little Village.
The Exchange55 Target Flow Center and Lawndale fleet yard have revitalized the former Crawford coal-fired power plant site and adjacent industrial facility into a sustainable logistics hub, creating thousands of well-paying jobs. The Lawndale Fleet Storage Yard is currently in its final construction phase, marking the completion of Hilco Redevelopment Partners' sustainable campus in Little Village, according to Chicago City Wire.
The Lawndale Fleet Storage Yard is nearing completion, marking the end of Hilco Redevelopment Partners' (HRP) sustainable campus construction in Little Village.
For the third year in a row, Hilco Global will provide two scholarship opportunities for students living in the West Side’s Little Village community.
Las prendas fueron entregadas a varias organizaciones comunitarias para que estas sean distribuidas. Eve Rodríguez Montoya, quien hace parte del evento, asegura que esto es algo que se hace todos los años, pero que, en esta ocasión, debido al coronavirus, los agentes de los colectivos van a recoger las bolsas y las van a llevar a las familias.
Early exposure to the requirements of work is essential to interrupting the cycle of poverty, especially for young adults who are filled with talent and potential but may lack social capital, diverse networks and/or real work experience required to distinguish them in a competitive job market.
Up to 24 Little Village and Chicago Residents will be able to attend the full pre-apprenticeship program tuition-free to prepare for a valuable career in the trades.