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