Chicago Persian School Alumni Association (CPSAA)
Established in 2015, Chicago Persian School Alumni Association (CPSAA) is the network of all past CPS students.
As the population of CPS alumni grows, this networking platform guarantees social and professional benefits as well as a chance to give back to the community.
The activities are selected and planned by the CPSAA members, ranging from periodic gatherings to workshops on topics related to the members interests, or VIP time with guest speakers/artists.
The activities of the CPSAA is chosen and arranged by the members based on their interests.
Examples of past events are group outings to the Chicago's Annual Iranian Film Festival, workshops on "Bi-Cultural Identity and Iranian American Youth" and "Iranian American Students and Higher Education" offered by Dr. Shirin Vossoughi, a professor of education at Northwestern University.
Past participation in the Chicago Persian School.
Minimum age 14