Starting a Business in Illinois – Wednesday, June 10th

  • June 10, 2015 - June 10, 2015
  • West Chicago Avenue Library • 4856 W Chicago Ave • 773.473.7870 x113
  • Ted Cox
    dnainfo.com

    CITY HALL — The mayor is touting a new campaign to place workers in manufacturing jobs Friday, while an Austin agency prepares “graduates” of a training program to take advantage of it.

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Friday that the “1,000 Jobs in Chicago Manufacturing” program launched last year has been expanded with a website where prospective workers can register for open positions.

    “The future of manufacturing is advanced manufacturing, skilled labor,” said Loren Dinneen, the “1,000 Jobs” program manager through World Business Chicago. “So we’re really trying to connect those who have skills with good, open, available jobs.”
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    Freedman Seating

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel with Manufacturing Workers on Chicago’s West Side

    “This is an important program for Mayor Emanuel since workforce development and manufacturing and advanced manufacturing are key to continued economic growth and job creation in Chicago,” said mayoral spokeswoman Libby Langsdorf.

     

    Wednesday,June 10,2015
    4:00 PM to 5:45 PM
    West Chicago Avenue Library
    4856 W Chicago Ave

     

    Starting a Business in Illinois: Give yourself the knowledge you need to start and grow your own business. Attend the Starting a Business in Illinois workshop to make sure you know the fundamentals. Feel free to invite someone who shares your entrepreneurial interests.
    Contact: sbdc@bethelnewlife.org / 773.473.7870 x113.

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    Event: Starting a Business in Illinois
    Cost: FREE
    Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015
    Time: 4:00 PM – 5:45 PM
    Location: West Chicago Avenue Library (4856 W Chicago Ave)
    Contact: sbdc@bethelnewlife.org / 773.473.7870 x113

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