Leadership and Economic Development Center
ProjectHOOD is partnering with local organizations and businesses to transform a former Walgreens store into a hub focusing on economic development as an entrepreneur, career, trade and leadership center. Citgo, Manhattan Mechanical Services, the Illinois Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors and Metro Ford have joined on and ProjectHOOD is looking for more partners as the programming is expanded.
Walgreens donated the remaining four years of their lease at 6330 S. King Drive to ProjectHOOD after reporting losses that they say forced them to close. With limited entrepreneur and career resources in Woodlawn, Pastor Corey B. Brooks, Executive Director of ProjectHOOD, will institute six main components in the hub:
Partnership and Volunteers
Volunteers and partners make our work possible.
Please contact us if you would like to be a volunteer instructor or worker or if your company is interested in partnership.