CJC’s 31st Annual Meeting

Re-Connect, Re-Build, Re-Invigorate

Registration is CLOSED.

Please plan to join us as we celebrate our 31st year and look ahead to the next. Through advocacy, applied research, public education, and capacity-building initiatives, CJC works with its members to enrich the lives of disadvantaged job seekers and enhance the workforce development system across Illinois. 

WHEN:
Friday, June 1, 2012

8:30am – 11:00am

Registration & Breakfast at 8:30
Program beings promptly at 9:00

WHERE:
Hotel Palomar Chicago

505 N. State Street, Chicago
5th Floor Gallery Ballroom  

There is no cost to attend this year’s Annual Meeting, but advance registration is required. Registration for this event is CLOSED.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
Toni Preckwinkle
Cook County Board President
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle has been a dedicated community leader for over two decades, providing independent and progressive leadership founded on experience, coalition building and a commitment to practical results.

Through collaboration, President Preckwinkle is working with the County Board, our elected officials and county employees to implement major reforms to reshape county government into a world-class institution of which the people of Cook County can be proud. This spirit of collaboration is rooted in a common commitment to fiscal responsibility, innovative leadership, transparency and accountability and improved services.  

Who should I contact if I have special needs?
Please contact America Lewis at (312) 252-0460 x800 or america@cjc.net as soon as possible and no later than May 25th regarding any special requests or accommodations. CJC is committed to providing high-quality trainings and events at low or no cost to participants. In order to continue to be able to do this, we ask that the expense of some accommodations (such as interpreters) be covered by the participant’s employer. However, no one will be denied access  due to the need for a reasonable accommodation. This event facility is fully wheelchair accessible.

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