Chicago Career Tech is now accepting applications for the education-based Career Training
and corporate-based Pathways to Employment programs which will begin in spring 2012.

Career Training is an education-based, three- to six-month program that includes quality hands-on training, classroom training and career counseling necessary for participants to obtain and succeed in high-demand technology-based careers.  Each track offers industry-recognized certification upon completion of the program.

Pathways to Employment offer both corporate-based education and hands-on training with a
local business with immediate hiring needs.  Upon completion of the program, graduates may
be interviewed and considered for immediate employment.

Chicago Career Tech applicants must meet and provide appropriate documentation for ALL
of the following core
minimum qualifications:

■Legal right to work in the United States
Resident of the City of Chicago
■Minimum of a high school degree, GED certificate, or higher level of education
■Unemployed (no earlier than January 1, 2008) with previous annual income of $25,000 to $90,000 (NEW!)
■Eligible to collect or have exhausted unemployment insurance (UI) benefits in the State of Illinois
■Not enrolled in another job training program during the duration of the Chicago Career Tech program
■Not a previous Chicago Career Tech participant
■Able to pass criminal background check and drug test

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