Noel Miranda talks to us about his aspirations to work in carpentry after leaving the Police Academy admissions process.
Six Wentcher Scholars shared their stories during Wentcher’s first virtual literary and spoken word night. Called “POW: the Power of Words,” Scholars treated us to their words from a variety of genres including rap, visual art, poetry, and readings from a self-authored and illustrated published children’s book.
Palak Desai talks to us about working with cancer patients as a Hematologist and Oncologist in a clinic and hospital.
Abigail Afriyie talks to us about attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), her passion for fashion, and her latest art exhibition.
Vera Demchenko talks to us about working in the space industry as a Systems Engineer on the Artemis Program.
A Mont Claire native, and Prosser Career Academy alumnus, Jonathan Diaz talks to us about his Pathway Internship and civil engineering projects in the Army Corps.
A Rogers Park native and Lincoln Park HS alumna, Maryam Hanif talks to us about her experience living in the UK and working in the medical device industry.
An Albany Park native and Lincoln Park HS alumna, Ester Perez talks to us about what it’s like to be a Chemical Engineer.
A Dunning native and Taft HS alumnus, Patrick Bogusz talks to us about being a senior at Depaul University and his experience volunteering with Chicago Public Schools students.
A Park Ridge native and Maine South alumnus, Jack Timperley talks to us about being an Oakton Community College transfer and his new business venture, Captain Marrow.