October 12, 2022
Chicago Lights’ Tutoring Program began in 1964. Students begin the program in first grade and go through ninth grade. PHOTO PROVIDED BY CHICAGO LIGHTS.
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THE CHICAGO LIGHTS’ TUTORING PROGRAM HELPS STUDENTS
The Chicago Lights’, a one-on-one tutoring program has returned in-person this year for the first time in two years. Chicago Lights’ is the nonprofit organization at Fourth Presbyterian Church, located at 126 E. Chestnut St. The tutoring program began in 1964 as a way to provide support to students who needed help North, West and South sides of the city. Each year, between 300-400 students are serviced. Each student is matched with a mentor.