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Become a member of our Auxiliary Board of Young Professionals

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ORGANIZATION: Association House of Chicago

  • 26 people are interested

Our Auxiliary Board of Young Professionals creates awareness of Association House’s community impact for a wider set of professional and public audiences throughout Chicago.

Members make a big impact year-round through a number of key initiatives:

  • Creating (2) fundraising events per year to bring in critical resources for our mission;
  • Service volunteering -
    • mock interviews and mentoring with our high school students,
    • various engagement roles at our Back2School community fair (held in Humboldt Park) in August;
  • Outreach to professional and community audiences.

Member responsibilities include

  • Attend quarterly meetings (in person or virtual). 1 hour per meeting.
  • Participate in planning of fundraising & networking events.
  • Leverage social & professional networks for service volunteering opportunities and fundraising events.

About Association House of Chicago

Association House fills the systemic gaps left by institutions that exclude Chicago's multicultural individuals and families in need. We develop evidence-based, trauma-informed programs in mental and behavioral healthcare, education, and workforce development. And we provide a coordinated, wrap-around service model for 4,000 participants to address complex needs and improve their lives.

Association House began in 1899 as one of the city's original settlement houses. At that time, our participants were mostly central European - and in need of education, training, and social services to help them adapt to life in a new country. We provided services that the city and State did not, and offered programs to improve our community's access to and opportunity for participation in Chicago. Changing over the years, our participant community is still diverse - for many decades now mostly Latinx and African American - and demonstrate critical economic, health, and educational needs..

For more information, contact Drew Williams at or 773-722-8144.

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About Association House of Chicago


1116 North Kedzie Avenue, Chicago, IL 60651, US

Mission Statement

Association House of Chicago serves a multi-cultural community by providing comprehensive, collaborative and effective programs in English and Spanish. We promote health and wellness and create opportunities for educational and economic advancement.


Association House of Chicago is a non-profit organization offering human-services programs that address both immediate and personal development needs.

Based in Humboldt Park, Association House works with a multicultural, largely Latino and African-American population of all ages in Chicago’s under-served neighborhoods. Association House promotes health and wellness, and creates opportunities for educational and economic advancement across four service areas: Community Health & Workforce Development, Child Welfare, Behavioral Health, and the Association House High School. These bilingual, evidence-based programs, conducted by staff in a caring, welcoming environment, impact more than 5,000 Chicagoans each year.


Board Development
Children & Youth
Board Development, Children & Youth, Community


We'll work with your schedule.


1116 North Kedzie AvenueChicago, IL 60651



  • Networking
  • Fundraising
  • Project Management
  • Event Planning / Management
  • Community Outreach
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning




  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Monthly meetings, fundraisers, or volunteering
  • Dedicated to the cause

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