Employment Training And Workforce Development
EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
|Chicago Federation Of Labor||The Chicago Federation of Labor is the umbrella group for labor unions in Chicago and Cook County.
Phone Number: 312-222-1000
Location: 130 E. Randolph St, Suite 2600, Chicago, IL 60612
|City Of Chicago: Jobs Programs & Initiatives||Provides information and links to programs for ex-offenders, programs for individuals with disabilities, programs for youth, programs for laid off workers, programs for veterans. Programs, services, and resources for residents, visitors, and businesses to help keep Chicago affordable. City Resources, Programs, and helpful information for educators and those interested in education topics in the City.
|North Lawndale Employment Network (NLEN)||Offers employment services and transitional jobs for clients with felony backgrounds. Also offers entrepreneurship and diesel mechanics training programs. The resource room provides access to free computer lab (including classes), WiFi, fax, copy, and print services.
Phone Number: 773-638-1825
Location: 906 S. Homan Ave., Chicago, IL
|Sinai Community Institute||Sinai Community Institute (SCI) provides a wide variety of community-based services and programs including workforce development, WIC, social services for the elderly and people with disabilities, early childhood development, afterschool programs, summer camps, and connecting people to health resources.
Phone Number: 773-542-2000
Location: 2653 W. Ogden, Chicago IL 60608
|Universidad Popular||Universidad Popular is a nonprofit organization focused on promoting community empowerment
through participatory learning. Programs include: Learning to Succeed (adult education and
ESL), Digital Literacy Program (technology class where participants learn how to use Microsoft
Word, Microsoft Excel, Publisher, Power Point and Internet basic skills. Students also create
resumes, letters, banners, flyers, business cards, Power Point presentations, Excel budgets).
UP to Youth (youth program to foster civic engagement, cultivate a positive self-image and
healthy living, improve academic performance and achievement, foster creative problem-solving
skills, and expand parent involvement), Health Literacy Initiative (a program to improve residents’ quality of life through nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction) and Overcoming
Barriers to Success (a program for young adults, adults, seniors with physical, emotional, or
intellectual disabilities in Little Village and the surrounding communities of Chicago).
Phone Number: 773-733-5055
Location: 2801 S. Hamlin Ave., Chicago, IL 60623