100 Dreams, 100 Stories

 

"Our goal is to take back our narratives."

100 Dreams, 100 Stories is a Let's Vibe initiative successfully first piloted in collaboration with Chicago Global Shapers. Through pop-up sessions with organizations across Chicago, 100 women share their stories and use design thinking to take their dreams from idea to reality. In each session, participants:

Hear the stories of impactful women innovators & leaders

Build meaningful connections with one another

Learn to take an idea and make it tangible

From feeling like they are not alone in their life and career journey to learning new skills to design their lives, participants are empowered to dream and make their dreams a reality with a community supporting them every step of the way!

Our partner organizations have included Hive Chicago Buzz, DePaul Women Empowered, City Year, & more


 

Check out our 2017 "100 Dreams, 100 Stories" experiences:

 

100 Dreams, 100 Stories x Hive Chicago Buzz

Hive Chicago is a network of 85 local member organizations across the city of Chicago – joined by dozens of local, national and international collaborating partners – to motivate, inspire and support Connected Learning experiences for thousands of young learners.

 

100 Dreams, 100 Stories x DePaul University Women Empowered (WE)

The Women Empowered (WE) Program is a cohort-based program offered through the Office of Multicultural Student Success (OMSS) that supports and develops undergraduate women of color by facilitating programming centered on community, leadership and scholarship. To be eligible for WE, students must be in sophomore to senior standing, and self-identify with one or more of our target populations: first-generation college student, low-income background and/or student of color.

 

100 Dreams, 100 Stories x City Year

Chicago City Year helps close the gap between what students need to succeed and what schools are designed to provide using near-peer mentors in Chicago’s most under-served schools to address specific areas that lead to students dropping out.

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