Employment Services/

Workforce Development

What We Do

CMAA’s Workforce Development and Job Placement Program help individuals achieve a sustainable means of living by providing job readiness and placement services to those seeking employment.

1560

Hours of individualized career counseling annually

75

Clients became ready for job interviews this year

52

Clients hired this year

$15.40

Average starting wage earned

 

Employment Program

Free Contextualized Healthcare Literacy Education

Free Contextualized Healthcare Literacy Education - Elgin

Employment Program

Funded by the Community Development Block Program (CDBG), United Way of Metropolitan Chicago (UWMC), Wintrust, and American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation

 

CMAA staff counselors provide free one-on-one consultation to job-seeking individuals. They thoroughly assess each individual's background and give them appropriate guidance in order to match them with employment opportunities.

If you are looking for a job, please come to the CMAA office to fill out an application or fill out the online application HERE

For more information, please contact :

James Smith Grattan at jamesg@chinesemutualaid.org.

 

Free Contextualized Healthcare Literacy Education

Funded by the Illinois Community College Board

 

Through CMAA’s Healthcare Employment Preparation Program, CMAA offers contextualized healthcare literacy courses and holistic case management to program participants. The class is for adult learners interested in pursuing a career in healthcare; the class focuses on strengthening participants’ employability skills, English reading and writing skills, and prepare students to enter a career within the healthcare industry or pursue further educational opportunities.

For more information, please contact :

Casey Moore at caseym@chinesemutualaid.org or 773-784-2900 ext. 125 for more details.

 
 

Free Contextualized Healthcare Literacy Education - Elgin

Funded by the Illinois Community College Board

Through our Healthcare Employment Preparation Program, CMAA offers healthcare literacy courses and holistic case management to program participants. The class is for adult learners interested in pursuing a career in healthcare; the class focuses on strengthening participants’ employability skills, English reading and writing skills, and preparing students to enter a career within the healthcare industry or pursue further educational opportunities. Students will receive exposure to healthcare industry professions and earn an Adult/Pediatric CPR & First Aid Certification from the American Red Cross.

For more information, please contact :

Miranda Clark at mirandac@chinesemutualaid.org or 224-227-7499 for more details.

CHICAGO

1016 W. Argyle Street
Chicago, IL 60640

Tel:  (773) 784-2900  

Fax: (773) 784-2984

Email: info@chinesemutualaid.org

ELGIN

164 Division St. #305

Elgin, IL 60120

Tel:  (847) 289-1138  

Fax: (844) 269-7844

Email: cmaaelgin@chinesemutualaid.org

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