October 17, 2012
1:30 – 4:00pm
525 S. State Street, Lake Room
Member Meeting Materials
Please click on the appropriate link to download materials and resources from our October 17th Fall Member/Partner Meeting:
- Background Information and Resources handout
- Partner Agreement – Chicagoland Green Collar Jobs Initiative
- Report: City of Chicago’s Sustainable Chicago 2015: An Action Agenda
- Report: Center on Wisconsin Strategy’s (COWS) Greener Reality: Jobs, Skills, and Equity in a Cleaner U.S. Economy
- CJC’s Facebook Page – Meeting Photos
Registration for this meeting is CLOSED.
- Carmen Colvin, Deputy Director Office of Urban Assistance, Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
- Cassandra Fricke, Training Manager, CEDA Weatherization
- Jim Gill, Project Manager, Wilbur Wright College
- Tammy Stone, Program Manager, Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
- Jen Keeling, Director of Policy, Chicago Jobs Council
Attendees will learn how these programs have sought to prepare our workforce and what legacies they will leave behind.
CJC convenes Member Meetings for its members and other community stakeholders to discuss timely issues and promising practices in service deliver.
Please note: This Fall Member/Partner Meeting will be held at — University Center, 525 S. State Street, Lake Room, Chicago
- 1:30 – 2:00pm Registration, networking, and light refreshments
- 2:00 – 4:00pm Program
Advanced registration is required! Register by Friday, October 12, 2012
- FREE for current CJC Members and current Partners of the Chicagoland Green Collar Jobs Initiative
- $20 per person for non-members and non-partners
- Payment due in advance or at the door. Make checks payable to Chicago Jobs Council or contact (312) 252-0460 x800 to pay by credit card.
Who should I contact if I have special needs?
Please contact America Lewis at (312) 252-0460 x800 or email@example.com as soon as possible and no later than October 12th 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 to this event due to the need for a reasonable accommodation. This event facility is fully wheelchair accessible.