Frontline Workforce Association
The Frontline Workforce Association (FWA) was formed in the Fall of 2010 as a way to help frontline providers collaborate, support one another, and make referrals. Specifically, FWA provides free access to networking, continuing education, and professional development for all frontline staff. The informational meetings are designed to be interactive and often include a chance to share best practices and troubleshoot common problems.
FWA meets bi-monthly, or six times a year, focusing on various topics of interest. All meetings are free of charge. The group is open to all frontline job developers, regardless of their past involvement with Frontline Focus.
Topic: Hire Yourself! Resources for Entrepreneurship
Do you have job seekers interested in entrepreneurship and you’re not sure how to assist them on this empowering pathway to employment? Join us in May to connect with small business resources in the community and explore the ins and outs of helping your job seekers begin their journey as an entrepreneur. For this interactive meeting, we will divide into a few small groups and several speakers will rotate from group to group, giving you plenty of opportunities to network, learn and ask questions. Topics will include: creating a business plan, advising and mentorship, needed technology for a business, and more!
9:00-10:55 Entreprenuership Round Robin
10:55-11:00 Wrap-up & Evaluations
Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 | 8:30 – 11:00am
320 N. Damen
Chicago, IL 60612
(Free limited street parking nearby)
Free, but advance registration REQUIRED.
Registration for the May 10th meeting is not yet open, please check back soon.
Contact Kaitlyn McGovern: firstname.lastname@example.org
- “Mental Health and the Employment Process” January 2017
Click here for resources from past FWA meetings.