Workforce Development


Accessible, practical and job-ready technology skills.

Erie Neighborhood House offers computer classes at basic, intermediate and advanced levels, including hardware. Basic computer classes are taught in Spanish. Participants learn technology skills needed for their everyday life, such as using internet, as well as skills that help broaden their employment opportunities, such as how to create documents and work with spreadsheets. Technology is also an important component of our workforce development training. All of our vocational programs include computer skills that range from basic to industry specific, such as introduction to Electronic Medical Records and CAD/CAM. The goal for our Technology Program is to help our participants keep up with the demands of a technology driven society both in the workforce and in their personal lives.


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The Workforce Development Program at Erie Neighborhood House prepares students for specialized training, continuing education and career advancement. The program is not, however, accredited by the U.S. Department of Education.

For all student complaints, please visit:
Illinois Board of Higher Education
1 North Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333
Springfield, IL 62701
(217) 782-2551


The Basics


This program may be free for those who qualify.


  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Permission to work in the state of Illinois
  • High school diploma or GED


Erie Neighborhood House

Little Village


Vary by classes 


Judy Lai
Director of Workforce Development


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