High school seniors and their families now can submit FAFSA forms to the federal government to apply for college financial aid for the 2020-21 school year. FAFSA, or the Free Application for Financial Student Aid, is the form students must fill … [Read more...] about FAFSA forms are now being accepted
There's more than meets the eye to Cluster Tutoring's new program assistant, Max Tabb. Sure, he'll get everything set up for tutoring on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, but deep down, there's a lot of creativity. "My first love is art," Max said. … [Read more...] about Staff spotlight: Max Tabb, program assistant and budding artist
After 29 years, Cluster Tutoring has a new home. As of the beginning of September, the Cluster office and Tuesday night tutoring space are now at 118 N. Central Ave. in Chicago. The new space is housed at Circle Urban Ministries, a nonprofit … [Read more...] about Cluster Tutoring has moved!
Want to learn some tips on cooking end-of-summer bounty and raise money for Cluster Tutoring at the same time? There are still a few spots left for a cooking class fundraiser on Sept. 25, run by Cluster's own Cathy Lazuka and her catering company, … [Read more...] about Cluster cooking class fundraiser
A new endowed fund established in memory of a former tutor will provide support for current and future students of Cluster Tutoring. The John Alec Kenealy Memorial Fund honors the memory of John Kenealy, who volunteered at Cluster Tutoring as a … [Read more...] about Cluster scholarship fund honors past tutor John Kenealy
The New York Times Magazine has produced a master work about the history of slavery in the United States. Through a partnership with the Pulitzer Center, the 1619 Project is available online as a tool for teachers, parents, tutors, and students to … [Read more...] about The 1619 Project: Reframing the history of slavery