Workforce Development

If you're struggling to make ends meet, trying to balance 2 or 3 part-time jobs or having trouble finding work altogether, our Workforce Development program can help you get back on track.

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We offer four Pathways to Success (PTS) bridge programs—Healthcare, Manufacturing, Supply Chain Logistics and Technology—to provide you with basic skills training and preparation to apply for enrollment in an affiliate trade school or training program* and advance your career:

Healthcare Healthcare
SCL Workshops  

Results

  • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
    $13.01

    Average wage of program graduates who are placed in healthcare jobs 

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  • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
    1,262

    Community residents receiving hands-on technology instruction and/or access

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Partners

The Trust  City Colleges of Chicago Women Empowered

About the Career Foundations Curriculum

How do you encourage adult students who never earned a high school diploma to view Adult Education as a program that leads to real opportunity? The Career Foundations: Making Your Education Work for You curriculum helps students who read at a 4th grade level or above or who speak limited English assess their skills and interests, explore career paths, and craft a plan to get them to college.

* Upon completing our program, you may then be able to transfer credit hours to one of our partner advanced training institutions (acceptability of transfer credit is up to the receiving institution; admission/enrollment is also at the discretion of the institution, according to their eligibility/suitability criteria).

Erie Neighborhood House is approved to operate by the Private Business and Vocational Schools Division of the Illinois Board of Higher Education. Erie Neighborhood House is not accredited by a US Department of Education recognized accrediting body.

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Our Participants

Meet Veronica

Helping others as
a medical assistant
while working on
a nursing degree.

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The Basics

Requirements

Vary depending on program.  Please refer to individual programs pages. 

Locations

Erie Neighborhood House
Instruction, Student Services, Career Workshops
 
Erie Little Village
Instruction only 

Contact

Judy Lai
Director of Workforce Development

Illinois Board of Higher Education

www.ibhe.org
1 North Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333
Springfield, IL 62701
(217) 782-2551 

For all student complaints, please visit:
http://complaints.ibhe.org

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