National Able Network Providing Career Workshops for the Unemployed

National Able Network orientation sessions provide information on the WIOA (Workforce Investment Opportunity Act) designed to help those who have been laid off or who are currently unemployed. You can take advantage of the free job placement assistance that National Able Network offers. That assistance includes career workshops and coaching, career training assistance and connections, job search work teams and the provision of information regarding a multitude of resources.
 
Participants will be asked to provide proof of birth date, social security number and authorization to work in the United States, proof of current address, Selective Service compliance for males born on or after January 1, 1960, latest pay stub, lay-off letter if applicable, DD-214 if applicable and college degree/transcript if applicable. These documents are not collected at WIOA Orientation, but will be requested at a later date if individuals are interested in applying for services. For more information, please call 855-994-8300.
 
To learn more about the WIOA program, phone Jean Crusoe at the National Able Network Evanston office (847) 448-8649 or visit the office located at 1703 Orrington, Evanston.
 
 


 
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