Student Voice Committee
Student Voice Committees (SVCs) are designed to form crucial student-adult partnerships to help address the myriad of issues facing schools today. Through engaging students in the decision making process, SVCs seek to improve school culture and climate, and develop individual youth’s leadership skills.
SVC One Pager
Knowledge Center Student Voice page for more resources.
Student Voice and Activism Fellowship
The Student Voice and Activism Fellowship aims to provide young people with the skills, resources, and support to be heard in the decision-making processes that impact their lives. By partnering with the University of Chicago and the Black Youth Project, we are able to offer a yearlong program that consists of two components: a summer paid internship and ongoing meetings and events throughout the school year. Learn more.
Obama Foundation and CPS Civic Action Recognition Awards
The Obama Foundation and Chicago Public Schools Civic Action Recognition Awards elevate the importance and role of Student Voice in school and community. Learn more about how the perspective and expertise of youth are honored in each of the awards: Youth Impact, Civic Culture and Commitment, Civics Education Leadership, and Community Partnership.
University of Chicago
The Black Youth Project
Voices of Youth in Chicago Education
Logan Square Neighborhood Association
Our student voice programming is made possible through the generous support of our partners at the MacArthur Foundation, McCormick Foundation and Spencer Foundation.