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Project Lifeline Helps Youth Go From Juvenile Court to College

For the past 28 years, in partnership with the Juvenile Court of Cook County, Project Lifeline has worked to provide financial assistance, mentorship, and other support services for young people who have had interactions with the juvenile justice system. 

The goal of the program is to help these young people earn college degrees or professional certifications that can help them establish a more promising future.  

GUESTS: Tom Schneider, director of Project Lifeline

Anthony Young, student of Project Lifeline

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