People who are looking for a job, under-employed, or need job training services. We have resources to help you on your career path.
Connect to skilled workers, resources to train employees and new hires, and get assistance with lay-offs.
We fund organizations that support people who are looking for jobs, training, career planning and much more.
The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership (The Partnership) requests the submission of proposals from individuals or communications firms to provide assistance with the development and implementation of a communications strategy including the creation of collateral materials.
The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership nominated one of its providers, Business and Career Services, Inc.(BCS), for the Innovative Solutions Award, and BCS won.
The Education and Work Center (EWC) is a collaborative partnership between Elgin Community College, Harper College, the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, the Village of Hanover Park, and the State of Illinois.
Art Norman reports on the Chicago Cook Work Force Partnership program that was established in 2012 as a collaboration between Toni Preckwinkle and Rahm Emanuel. It trains youth on specialty jobs that will dominate the economy in years to come.
Attention Local educational agencies, community and faith based organizations, local chambers of commerce, local labor organizations, and all other interested parties.