COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT

 

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Basic Nursing Assistant Training

An 8-week course that includes Career Development seminars/workshops incorporated in the program to prepare students for employment.

Mentoring

This program is dedicated to mentoring youth and obtaining gainful employment.                        

Job Shadowing

Job shadowing helps to provide the job skills necessary to obtain valuable work experience and ensure they reach their employment goals.

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ILLINOIS VIOLENCE PREVENTION AUTHORITY

To reduce and/or eliminate the effects of violence on children

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Training Connecting Developing Illinois Workforce

Expanding economic opportunity... through partnerships that leverage technology

 

Community Development Block Grant The Community Development Block Grant is a program offered through the Department of Family and Support Services, provide training, job placement and retention services to low and moderate income Chicagoans.

This program offers access to a variety of workforce services for under-served adults, including assistance with customized training, job search and job placement.  

 

Industry Specific Training & Placement (BNA)

Career Development seminars/workshops are incorporated in the program to prepare students for employment.  Upon successful completion of this program, students take the Illinois Nurse Aide Competency Examination administered by Southern Illinois University of Carbondale. disease prevention.

Employment Preparation & Placement

The Community Development Block Grant is a program which provides training, job placement and retention services to low and moderate income Chicagoans.

This program offers access to a variety of workforce services for under-served adults, including assistance with customized training, job search and job placement.   CDBG applicants must meet the following five requirements and provide the documentation for eligibility.

Customized Job Training - Program for Ex-offenders

This program is for ex-offenders who are 18 years and older, have been previously released from a state or federal facility  and seeking a new start in life. 

We help ex-offenders overcome obstacles and barriers to employment by developing marketable skills through On-the-Job Work Experience, Vocational Training, and Work & Life Readiness classes.  We also encourage GED, ABE, and/or Literacy Education as important keys to employability and success.  We provide exclusive job development, placement, and retention services to help secure and maintain employment.

(L.E.A.D) Out-of-School Youth Program

L.E.A.D. is a youth program that focuses on leadership and personal development, as well as career exploration for youth between the ages of 14-18 years old. 

CDBG applicants must meet the following five requirements and provide the documentation for eligibility.

   
  REQUIREMENTS
  Authorization to work in the U. S.
Social Security Number
Age 18 or older
Compliance with Selective Service
City of Chicago Resident

and meet one of the following:

Homeless
Foster Child (18 or over)
Food Stamp Recipient
TANF Recipient
Low-income status based on HUD income calculations
 
 
 
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