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Seeking Young Professionals to Join our Associate Board

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ORGANIZATION: Esperanza Community Services

  • 8 people are interested
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The Esperanza Community Services Associate Board is a group of young professionals who are emerging leaders, age 23-35, that dedicate their own time, talents, networks, and resources to raise awareness and support for the individuals with intellectual disabilities that we serve.

The role of an Esperanza Associate Board member carries with it the responsibility to serve as a
committed supporter and thoughtful advocate. We are located in Chicago's West Town and meetings will be a mixture of in-person and video, following all CDC guidelines

We are rebuilding this group that has been on hiatus due to the pandemic. Reach out to Theresa Fifarek at for more information.

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About Esperanza Community Services


520 North Marshfield Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622, US

Mission Statement

Esperanza Community Services is dedicated to helping children and adults with developmental disabilities become as independent as possible.


Located in the West Town neighborhood of Chicago, Esperanza Community Services provides individualized therapeutic and educational programs to help individuals with mild, moderate, and severe developmental disabilities achieve their full potential. This means learning basic life skills that will help some attain a higher degree of self-reliance. For others, it means developing skills that lead to increased community integration and independence.


Arts & Culture
Education & Literacy
People with Disabilities
Arts & Culture, Education & Literacy, People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


520 North Marshfield AvenueChicago, IL 60622



  • Advocacy
  • Fundraising




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 23
  • Orientation or Training
  • Variable - committee meetings monthly.

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