Eats for Education By: Women's Global Education Project - Young Professionals Board

  • BuiltWorlds 1260 West Madison Street Chicago, IL, 60607 United States

LISTEN AND LEARN:

Hear testimonials from Women's Global scholars in Senegal and Kenya.  Learn about Our Sisters Read Kenya and support the project with solar lanterns, children's books, proceeds for an operations truck.

Explore joining the Young Professionals Board and sign up for cool activities.

TRANSPORTATION:

Enter on Elizabeth St. through the gate on the southeast corner, Madison St. and Elizabeth St.

Take the Madison St. bus (#20) to Throop St. stop.

Or take the Blue Line to Racine St. and walk north 5-10 min.  Or the Green Line to Morgan St. and walk southwest 10 mins.  Limited parking is available on Madison St. and Monroe St. (free).  

EATS: CHICAGO TREATS FROM FOOD TRUCKS OWNED AND/OR RUN BY AWESOME WOMEN

The Slide Ride: Two Sliders, Chips, and a Drink

Big Star: Two Tacos

Cupcakes for Courage: Two Mini Cupcakes

BREWS:

Two tickets for locally brewed beers. Plus more tickets for purchase.

PRIZES:

Raffle prize for great Chicago experiences.  $5/ticket, 5 for $20.  Stay tuned for prize previews!  (Hint: Coldplay)

PLAY:

Take advantage of the outdoors with great summer games like Baggo, the bean bag toss.


Women's Global Education Project - Young Professionals Board

In our 2nd year, the Young Professional Board supports and raises awareness for Women's Global's work.  We host events and share information to build awareness for girls' education and its impact.

Women's Global Education Project (WGEP)

WGEP supports education for girls and young women in Senegal and Kenya.  We believe that universal education, gender equality, and the empowerment of girls and women are critical to a society’s development.  WGEP provides scholarships, literacy programs, mentorship, and various cultural interventions to break down the barriers to education.

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