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The Carole Robertson Center evolved in response to the voiced needs of our families. Since the Center’s inception, we have added many programs to meet community need. Current offerings include: center–based and home-based child development programs for children from birth through five years of age, school age and youth programming for children and teens through age 18, extensive family support, social services, and parent education activities, adult education and community training, and imbedded program enhancements including music education, family literacy, family health education, and volunteers.
The Carole Robertson Center for Learning is dedicated to nurturing, supporting, and strengthening family life through quality child, youth, and family development programs. The Center serves Metropolitan Chicago families and facilitates community advocacy on child and family issues.
The Carol Robertson Center has three locations throughout Chicago. They offer tutoring and learning specialist volunteer positions that come with a higher level of commitment, as well as one-time-basis volunteer opportunities, such as painting, landscaping, and other facility upkeep. They also welcome the opportunity to work with you to develop workshops for children, youth, or parents in the area of your interest. Previous volunteer-led workshops have included photography, creative writing, basic budgeting, computers, and music.
The Carole Robertson Center has also partnered with Books for Kids to provide literacy opportunities to the children. There are volunteer opportunities around this as well and opportunity to help in other manners, such as holding a community book drive. Contact Linda for more information.