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Carole Robertson Center for Learning
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About Carole Robertson Center for Learning
The Carole Robertson Center for Learning (the Center) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating, enriching, and empowering children and families through comprehensive child and family development programs. Our vision is to help build a just and equitable society, in partnership with families, and be a beacon of best practices, innovation, and impact in early childhood and youth development. The Center is named in memory of Carole Robertson along with Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, and Denise McNair—the four girls killed in the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, during the Civil Rights Movement. Today, the Center serves more than 2,000 children and families daily through anchor program locations in Albany Park, Little Village and North Lawndale, as well as more than two dozen communities across Chicago. Programs serve children at every stage of development, from birth to age 17. Current programs include center-based, family childcare, and home-based early childhood development programs for children ages 6 weeks through age 5 and afterschool and summer camp programming for children up to age 17, as well as extensive family support, men...tal health, social services, and professional development training. The Center strives for excellence in providing the highest-quality programs and services to the children, families, and communities it serves. It is a recognized leader in early childhood education and is accredited through national and state entities. The Center has a deep commitment to representing the communities it serves and demonstrating cultural competence and understanding across programs and services. The organization was founded for the community and by the community, with social justice and equity at the forefront. This commitment remains in all we do. Over the past four years, the Center has experienced a tremendous growth trajectory leading to increasing the organization’s budget from just under $10M in Fiscal Year 2018 to approximately $28M in Fiscal Year 2022. This growth is due, in large part, to the securing of two major five-year Federal grants from the Office of Head Start and the acquisition of another nonprofit organization (Albany Park Community Center) in 2021. Our organization is driven by the following core values, based in our belief that our children and families come first: • Commit to, empower, and support our staff • Take joy and pride in our work • Seek innovation, collaboration, and continuous improvement • Work respectfully, transparently, and with integrity • Listen with open minds and caring hearts
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