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At Minds Matter Chicago, we bring high-potential students into an environment designed to provide the skills, experiences and support to not just achieve their dreams ... but broaden them and prepare for college success.
What People Are Saying
"I love Minds Matter, it allows you to work with the same student for three years and you really see them grow into themselves!"
- Matthew W., Minds Matter Chicago Mentor
"Minds Matter has shown me that I'm able to do things that I'm not able to do where I come from! I've gone further with their help than I'd ever thought was possible."
- Kacia H., Minds Matter Chicago Mentee
"It was hard to believe Minds Matter would send me to such amazing summer programs; without them, I would have missed one of the best times in my life."
- Jose C., Minds Matter Chicago Mentee
Latest News & Announcements
Dropped Consulting to Drop Beats: Meet the MM Alum & Entertainment Entrepreneur Who’s Spinning at the 2019 MM Spring for Students
August 10th, 2018, the day before his 24th birthday, Martin Arredondo walked out the doors of the elite RSM accounting firm for the last time, saying an early farewell to a promising career in finance consultancy. He wasn’t making a strategic move to another company; he was starting his own: DJ Mayhem Entertainment. On March…Read More
We are proud to announce that our very own, Kimberly Alvarado, was awarded a $2,500 scholarship for her outstanding Hispanic Heritage Month essay! The award was presented by City Treasurer, Kurt Summers. Kimberly’s scholarship will be used to support her first year of college. Congrats, Kimberly! See the story here!Read More
RedEye, a publication of the Chicago Tribune, engaged Minds Matter Chicago President, Maria Ptouchkina, regarding how the organization has helped bridge the college enrollment discrepancy gap in low versus high-income students. Read the article for yourself! Do good helping low-income students live up to their college potentialRead More