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2019 Summer Bridge to Success


Free for high school seniors and CLC students
Earn 2 college course credits in 2 and a half weeks
July 15 - Aug. 1, 2019

Mondays-Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Limited Enrollment (first 50 students)


Sign up before June 13

Register to Attend

Mandatory Orientation

For students and parents on
June 12, 6-8 p.m. (Room C106) and
June 13, 9-11 a.m. (Room A013)
CLC Grayslake Campus
19351 W. Washington St.

Questions?

Prepare for your future this summer. Manage your online reputation.

This two-and-a-half weeks workshop is free for incoming and current CLC students.

Learn how to manage your online reputation

What would a Google search reveal about you?

Potential employers and colleges make decisions based on your social media and digital footprint. Learn how to avoid making mistakes that could negatively affect your future.

Develop digital design skills

Learn about web design, branding, coding and blogging in a special Digital Media and Design course created just for this program.

Build your personal brand

Receive a professional headshot and digital resume assistance to project a positive image of your skills and abilities.

Sample some of our career fields and gain experience

Horticulture, Health and Wellness, and Automotive Customization.


BRIDGE TO SUCCESS is a College of Lake County initiative, with support from Sister 2 Sister and Men of Vision and funded by Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) Leadership Grant.

Men of Vision

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Chapter of national Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB) – Established in 2009, President’s initiative.

Exists to foster leadership development, maturity, accountability, academic achievement and responsibility among male students, particularly men of color.

Sister 2 Sister

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Chapter of national Student African American Sisterhood (SAAS) – Established in 2011, student initiated.

Promotes personal, academic and professional success of female students, especially women of color, through networking, civic engagement, community and campus involvement.