Happening at JARC
Arlena Williams was a former graphic designer when she came to JARC in 2013. She had found that career patch unsatisfying in terms of the office environment and overall challenge of the work. She learned about welding from watching a video she showed her class as a substitute teacher at a trade school. She was sold.
Professional welders from China stopped by our training center to learn about JARC's welding program.
On Oct. 24, 2017, JARC shared its best practices with the Bucheon Labor Management and Civil Administration Council from South Korea.
Xavier is a welder, father of 7 children, and an easy person to get wrapped up in a conversation with.
At JARC we’re committed to helping mothers and their families succeed. We use a “two generation” approach, addressing the needs of both parents and their children.
JARC and its partners Austin Coming Together and Manufacturing Renaissance will begin training west side jobseekers starting February 6th.
Devoted mom. Skilled welder. Artist. Sandraetta is all these things and more. But above all, she's committed to her daughter.
Bob, a retired executive recruiter, is one of many volunteers who help JARC's participants move out of poverty and into self-sufficiency.
Nearly 400 production workers in the Chicago area are currently enrolled in a new kind of apprenticeship model, spearheaded by JARC.
Marvell, a CNC trainee, has been working with our Center for Working Families financial coaches on clearing collections and improving his credit. In 2013 he had to go to the emergency room and was uninsured. He has been facing growing collections ever since.