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  • September 28, 2020 12:33 AM | Anonymous



    The DuPage County National Association for The Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Youth Council (Unit 3758) was started in 1974 by Wheaton, IL residents Mr. and Mrs. Odom. During their tenure, the Youth Council expanded to serve Kane, Kendall, and Will Counties.

    The Youth Council is comprised of a youth-led elected executive team and youth members from 6th-12th grade. The youth elects an adult Advisor to facilitate and guide them during their monthly meetings.

    Our mission and goals are to create forums and events to promote activism, to provide youth with personal and civic leadership training, to promote nonpartisan political and community activism, and to gain exposure to public awareness for positive engagement.

    We meet every 2nd Sunday of the month at 4:15pm at New Horizon Christian Fellowship Church, located at 3577 E. New York St in Aurora, IL, 60504. Currently, all meetings are virtual via Zoom.

    Most of the Youth Council communication is through GroupMe, a mobile messaging app. We post community service events, seminars, internships and scholarships, among other things. 

    Also, follow us on social media! You can find the Youth Council on Instagram (@naacpdupageyc), GroupMe(@ Dupage County NAACP YC) , and Facebook (@NAACP DuPage County Youth Council).

    If your son and/or daughter is interested in participating, please email: dcnaacpyc@gmail.com.

    We look forward to meeting you soon! Thank you.

    Joshua Hunter

    President, DuPage County NAACP Youth Council

    Stephanie James

    Advisor, DuPage County NAACP Youth Council


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  • October 28, 2017 3:22 PM | Claude Lee (Administrator)

    Hello Parents!

    Remember that all our children are winners whether they medal or not!  The job of Gift 2 Geniuses is to make sure that no child is left behind by providing an ACT-SO logo bag stuffed with items that will delight your sons/daughters.  Items include school supplies, toiletries, gift cards, cosmetics, snacks, etc.  All the items are assembled prior and handed to all participants at the banquet.  We rely on parents to help make this happen; either by donating, soliciting for donations and helping assemble gift bags.

    Gift 2 Geniuses believes all students that persevere to the end are all champions.

    Thank you parents!

    Chioma Agwuncha,
    G2G chair


  • August 28, 2017 2:30 PM | Claude Lee (Administrator)

    Hello ACT-SO Parents: This is a follow-up to the last email sent 2 weeks ago.  During that time, of the close to 100 parents on this email list, I have only received feedback from 5 parents:

    1. Lillian and George Covington
    2. Leslie Ford
    3. Karen Rivers
    4. Andria Smith

    Recruiting is heavily underway and we really need your help.  If you see your name on the attached spreadsheet, kindly reach out to the schools and secure a date.  There are schools below that need an ACT-SO representative. Please choose one and let me know.  

    A BIG Thank You to those who are working on dates to speak about ACT-SO at the various schools.  If your name is listed in red, we have determined you have a past relationship with the school and would like to enlist your help with recruiting  students from these schools. Please confirm if you can represent ACT-SO.  

    Parents: please contact schools this week and email/call/text me with dates so I can update the spreadsheet..  Many events are starting soon!!  

    ***NOTE - The current flyer and sign-in sheet is attached:

    Office Max Discount Card.pdf

    Orientation Sign-In Sheet Act-So 2017.docx

    When making copies, use the ACT-SO Office Max discount card (also attached) to receive savings on your prints. Keep your receipts and  Yvonne will reimburse you.

     Please do the following:

    1. Look for your name on the spread-sheet
    2. Reach out to the school to determine a date when an open house, orientation night or parent night will take place
    3. Locate a minority club or association and determine dates for their meetings
    4. Request permission to be present with ACT-SO information
    5. Send dates you will be attending to me and I will email documents needed.
    6. Attend any of the above meetings with ACT-SO Brochures, Flyers and Sign-up Sheets

    Many spots have been taken, but we still have a need for parents to attend the following schools:

    1.Downers Grove North Highschool
    2. Downers Grove South Highschool
    3. Glenbard North Highschool
    4. Glenbard South Highschool
    5. Lisle Highschool
    6. Oswego East
    7. Plainfield South
    8. Proviso Highschool
    9. Romeoville Highschool
    10. Timothy Christian- Taken By Andria Smith
    11. Willowbrook Highschool- Taken By Leslie Ford

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    If you are open to recruiting  at any school or know of any other school/organization (Churches, after-school programs etc...) that you could recruit students from, please let me know

    Thank you in advance!

    Warm Regards,

    Chioma George


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