In the Media
The Corporation for National and Community Service CEO Wendy Spencer visited JARC to learn about how our Center for Working Families bundled financial support services and job training model transforms the lives of low-income adults in Chicago.
Khalelah Ervin has been bounced around by the Great Recession long enough to know you can’t be sure about much of anything these days.
Job training funding for manufacturing companies remains critical for economic growth in the region.
Local Initiatives Support Corporation has opened 68 Financial Opportunity Centers, or Centers for Working Families, in 22 cities across the country. And JARC has been held up as a model for the rest.
JARC's Women in Manufacturing Program is revolutionizing the shop floor by placing women in nontraditional occupations.
JARC's Women in Manufacturing Program looks to get more women into skilled production jobs to help them as well as labor-starved employers.
JARC's innovative Women in Manufacturing Program links low-income women with living wage jobs through welding training.