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Careers by National Able Network: An In-Person Orientation for Illinois Residents! | CHICAGO HEIGHTS
April 28, 2022
Congratulations! You’re on the path to a brand new career. At our online orientation we’ll discuss all the career services available to you through our program as well as how to apply, what workshops to attend, training/education opportunities, and more!…
August 8, 2019
Just a few weeks ago, National Able Network began operating as the One-Stop Operator and the provider of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) adult and dislocated worker services for Greater Omaha. WIOA, which is part of the federally…
July 27, 2019
Join partners Senator Michael E. Hastings, Victory Apostolic Church, Matteson President Sheila Chalmers-Currin, Rich Township Highway Commissioner Calvin Jordan, Illinois Department of Employment Security, National Able Network and more! JOB SEEKERS: Bring your resume and meet with more than…
June 5, 2019
Beginning in college, Aisha Hunt was making a career pathway in sales, working for various industries, including the real estate industry when she was unexpectedly laid off in 2018. Aisha took the lay off as an opportunity to transition into…
February 25, 2019
This week, we sat down with our IT Sector Center Account Manager, the multi-talented Joaquin Barry, and talked about his Chicago roots, his entry into the tech field, and much more! Q: You’ve been a business owner, a chef, you…
September 26, 2018
This week is National Employ Older Workers Week (NEOWW), which celebrates the skills and contributions older workers bring to the workforce, and which encourages employers to hire these individuals. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, older Americans are bypassing…
August 31, 2018
Happy Labor Day from everyone at National Able Network! WATCH NOW: Check out our latest vlog featuring our President & CEO, Bridget Altenburg, with a brief history on how Chicago played a role in the origins in what later became…
July 27, 2017
When many first hear of Charlotte’s Web, they quickly think of the barnyard tale authored by E.B. White. However, this is the story of a very different kind of web, and a very different sort of partnership. The Charlotte’s Web…
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April 13, 2017
We are slowly seeing pops of bright, colorful flowers around the neighborhood. Spring is one of our favorite seasons because, along with flowers, we’ve also noticed many more smiles as we pass strangers on the street. Could it be that…