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Take Your Job Search to the Next Level

Are you currently unemployed or underemployed? Do you find yourself overwhelmed by job searching? Are you struggling to find a way to get your resume noticed? Let Skills for Chicagoland’s Future get you back to work.

Construct Lights Way to Solar Careers

Watch this informative ComEd video about Construct’s new solar curriculum. As a part of ComEd’s commitment to creating a cleaner energy future, this year’s Construct participants studied new curriculum and received hands-on training specific to the expanding field of solar.

More solar jobs require more solar training, and the law provides for new job training by many community organizations in the months ahead. This year’s Construct participants got a head start.

“Once the [solar] market explodes, we will have to be ready to go,” says Chris Williams, an instructor in the Construct program and owner of Millennium Solar Electric, which is based in Park Forest, Ill. “This is where the market is actually going, so it’s important for them to understand and be a part of it.”

https://poweringlives.comed.com/construct-lights-way-to-solar-careers/

Bright Community Services Now Providing Employment Services in Englewood

Bright Community Services' Englewood Employment Services program is now open.  Appointments are available by calling 773-597-8865.

Chicago Job Vacancies Rise at the Fastest Rate in Court Reporting

An independent study by Ducker Worldwide reveals that by 2018, there will be a demand for over 1,900 court reporters in Chicago.

Getting Hired with Arrests and Convictions

Growing Home, Inc. is hosting a class at the Wood Street Urban Farm on April 30th at 4pm that teaches attendees how to be successful in their job search when they have a criminal background. Register for this free class today at (773) 434 - 7144. Light refreshments will be served and childcare will be provided.

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Now Hiring - contractors and laborers.

Greater West Town Celebrates National Education Week by Raising Academic Skills and Getting Adult Learners Back to Work

Expert in job training and placement, Greater West Town Training Partnership, celebrates National Education Week by connecting adult learners with career opportunities.

Year Up Chicago Recognizes Talent Among Urban Young Adults in Chicago

Despite talent and motivation, 6.7 million young adults in this country lack access to higher education and careers that provide them with a living wage. At the same time, our economy needs help. U.S. businesses are calling for more and better-trained talent to compete on the global stage, but there will not be enough skilled workers to meet that demand.

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