Current Hive members are asked to renew their membership once per year and new members are accepted twice yearly. 

Member organizations that participate in the Hive Chicago Learning Network share a vision to create learning experiences for youth that will connect informal and formal learning sites, engage youth based on their interests and guide them on a path to lifelong learning.

Hive Chicago Member Organizations - Fall 2013

Adler Planetarium
After School Matters
Agape Werks
Art Institute of Chicago
Artifice
Center for Community Arts Partnerships - Columbia College
Chicago Architecture Foundation
Chicago Botanic Garden
Chicago Children's Museum
Chicago Public Library
Chicago Quest
Chicago Teacher's Center
College of Education - University of Illinois at Chicago
Columbia Links
Common Sense Media
Community TV Network
Digital Youth Network
Facing History and Ourselves
For Youth Inquiry
Free Spirit Media
Game Changer Chicago - The University of Chicago
Global Citizenship Experience / C2Labs
GlobalGirlMedia
Healthy Schools Campaign
Important Little Games
Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
Iridescent (Technovation)
Kuumba Lynx
Lawndale Christian Development Corporation
Lincoln Park Zoo
Little Black Pearl
Marwen
Mikva Challenge
Museum of Science and Industry
National Veterans Art Museum
News Literacy Project
Office of STEM Education Partnerships - Northwestern University
Open Books
Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
Project Exploration
Project Syncere
Scenarios USA
Shedd Aquarium
SMART Chicago Collaborative
Spark
Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Street-Level Youth Media
Student Conservation Association
Sweet Water Foundation
The Anti-Cruelty Society
The Field Museum of Natural History
True Star Foundation
YMCA of Metro Chicago
Yollocalli Arts Reach - National Museum of Mexican Art
Young Chicago Authors
YouthMuse
Youtopia