E&ES West Suburban Cook County American Job Center
Maywood 1701 S. 1st Ave., Suite 10
Cicero 138 S. 61st Court, 3rd Floor
The Mission of PLCCA is to advocate for social change. We feel this can be accomplished by “Promoting community development and empowering people through education, training and supportive services".
Workforce innovation and opportunity act- career coaching, resume refresh, job readiness training, transportation, uniforms and other forms of assistance.
-18 years old
-authorized to work in the US
Unemployed or veteran
Receiving SNAP or unemployment benefits
Cook county resident
Opportunity Works -7 week paid internship
Eligibility; age 16-24
-out of school
At risk or low income
Cook County resident
Contact: (708) 450-3500
Shavonna Cross, Program Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 288
Cozette Carter, Associate Director of Employment & Training Services, email@example.com
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