Chicago’s Youth Need Social Capital Too:

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Opportunity youth are Chicago’s future. Organizations such as Purpose Workforce Solutions and Ignite (Formerly Teen Living Programs) have realized the importance of coming together in order to change the narrative of Chicago. For far too long, workforce development organizations operated in silos, but with leaders such as Chazle Woodley of Ignite and Chris Thomas of

Adam Hecktman at Microsoft

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Microsoft’s director of technology and civic innovation, Adam Hecktman, says we’re all looking to make this city a great place to live and work. The best part about Solve is the ability to track every referral, interaction and impact on a client. Solve gives people a 360 degree vision of clients, so that they can

Connecting Non-profit Organizations with Solve

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Harrison Horan is the founder of ReWork Training, a nonprofit that teaches people how to sell software, and then gets them jobs selling it. ReWork Training is one of more than 3,500 nonprofits in Chicago. Harrison is delighted that there is now a platform, Solve, where all of these nonprofits can communicate with each other,

Changing the Narrative by Derrick Rowe, Owner of Mabe’s Deli

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FEATURE CONTACT: Derrick Rowe 773-406-7756 contact@mabesdeli.com www.mabesdeli.com The owner of Mabe’s Deli, Derrick, was born and raised in Chicago. As a member of law enforcement for twenty-two years, including eight years in the Chicago police force, Derrick has noticed a lot of things that goes on in the South Side of Chicago. Specifically, he realized