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Northwestern University Settlement Overview
Northwestern University Settlement was founded in January 1891 by leaders of Northwestern University as a separate and financially independent institution. It has been at its current location since 1901. Through more than 70 different programs, our staff and volunteers serve up to 8,000 neighbors each year through core programming and 40,000 through the award winning Adventure Stage Chicago.Programs are interwoven to provide a continuum of services and opportunities to the families who live in the community. The Settlement provides resources to our neighbors in three key areas: assistance for the immediate short-term crisis; knowledge, opportunities, and support to break out of poverty over the long-term; and access to a network of additional programs and services.
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My experience with Northwestern University Settlement is at House in the wood camp. I went as a camper and through the years I became a cabin counselor. This by far was is the most impacting organization I have been involved in. Thank you Mrs. Val, Adam, Millie and everyone else for all the camp ...
The experience my family has had through the years with Adventure Stage has been overwhelmingly positive.
With each new season my children are exposed to thoughtful and intelligent plays which engage them in new ways. They want to read the book before hand and we talk about the show for weeks after...
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I have taken my family to see several shows at Vittum Theater (now Adventure Stage Chicago) and have thoroughly enjoyed every one. The staff is friendly, the space is beautiful, and the theater is top-notch. We have also attended workshops and seminars, and an ASC Teaching Artist has visited my ...
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