Est. in 2010, The Midwest College Project is a local nonprofit established to support minority students with college & career planning. We partner with industry professionals and thought leaders to design a robust program for coaching, professional skills, mentoring just to name a few. The name the "Midwest College Project" signifies our desire to cultivate home grown talent by fostering alliances with local Midwest Universities to support diversity and inclusion admissions recruitment strategies. We pride ourselves on the fact that we are a lot smaller organization than many competitive programs which allows more hands on attention and greater access to many resources.
Meet The Team
Meet Morenike Odulate
Aka Reni entered the MCP program as the youngest cohort member as a freshman in high school. We pursued many career interest, mentoring and shadowing and lots of college exploration to land us at Xavier University, LA.
MCP 2019-2019 Cohort
- Change Makers
Lt. Governor Juliana Stratton
- Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Public Speaking
MCP Holiday Fundraising
- Hundreds gather to support MCP
MCP Entrepreneurship Master Class
- Lawyers for the Arts
Raising A Winner/MCP guest speaking for Beauty & Brains
- MCP Alumni change makers
- Building bonds with young readers.
MCP 2019-2019 CohortChange Makers
Lt. Governor Juliana StrattonLeadership, Entrepreneurship & Public Speaking
MCP Holiday FundraisingHundreds gather to support MCP
MCP Entrepreneurship Master ClassLawyers for the Arts
Raising A Winner/MCP guest speaking for Beauty & BrainsMCP Alumni change makers
RAWBuilding bonds with young readers.
Our College Attendees or Graduates & Places We Tour
"With wit and charm, Jacqueleen Crittle shares perceptive, ground-up lessons on growing children who will not only survive, but thrive.
"In a series of short stories told in loving yet plainspoken prose, Raising a Winner tackles the myths and misunderstandings about raising children.
"It’s a must-read road map to raising children that reveals as much about the parent as the child."
-Laura S. Washington
Columnist, Chicago Sun-Times
Political Analyst, ABC 7-Chicago