|The leading voice for affordable housing in Chicago and Illinois since 1977|
|Chicago Rehab Network Certificate Program|
|EMPOWERMENT SERIES 2022-2023|
|Get a strong foundation across community development principles while connecting with partners in the field. This program is designed for community development professionals and aspiring community development professionals, covering all learning areas of the development process through eight courses.|
|* Community Building |
* Single Family Housing Development
* Finance Skills for Real Estate
* Multi-Family Housing Development
* Proforma Development
* Project and Construction Management
* Sources of Development Financing
* Property and Asset Management
A certificate of completion will be presented at the end of the series.
|The series begins on Monday, September 27, 2022, |
with an in-person tour, all additional courses will be virtual.
For more information please contact Terrhonda Hudson at email@example.com
|Helping communities and journalists tell better stories for over 30 years.|
|Help Strengthen the News Ecosystem|
|Get paid to share your media habits with Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications’ Metro Media Lab. The Metro Media Lab is a new, multi-year project spearheaded by Medill and funded by the Robert R. McCormick Foundation with the goal of helping strengthen the news ecosystem. The focus group will take place between July 11th and July 21st. You will receive $100 if selected to participate in the 90-minute virtual focus group conducted by Public Narrative. Selected participants will receive a follow-up email to confirm their availability.|
We believe it is important for people engaged with and impacted by the justice system to know their rights. That is why Safer Foundation, in partnership with the Women’s Justice Institute (WJI), is conducting a series of webinars to help people who are incarcerated and people with arrest and conviction records know their rights, know their remedies, and also help connect them to legal and reentry resources.
Our webinar series for June 2022 covers the following topics:
Civic Engagement and Criminal Records Relief (i.e. Sealing and Expungement). This session will teach you about a broad range of forms of criminal records relief such as sealing and expungement (including automatic expungement thanks to the state’s new adult-use cannabis law), certificates of good conduct, and healthcare worker waivers, and clemency. Voting protections and the US Census will also be covered.
Employment, Occupational Licensing, and Education. This webinar will cover local, state, and federal legal protections that exist for people with arrest and conviction records in their search for employment. It will also provide useful information that will help guide you through the occupational licensing application process in Illinois (more than 25% of all occupations now require an occupational license). And finally, this session will provide clarity about a person’s ability to access federal financial aid and higher education.
Housing and Driver’s Licenses. This session will cover the numerous housing protections that people with arrest and conviction records have at every level of government – federal, state, and local. You will also learn about the protections that exist for people seeking housing in the federally subsidized [public] housing market and in the private housing market. This session will also talk about new laws designed to help people retain their driver’s licenses even if they acquire fines and fees.
Monday, June 27, 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Civic Engagement and Criminal Records Relief
To Register, Click HERE
Tuesday, June 28, 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Employment, Occupational Licensing, and Education
To Register, Click HERE
Wednesday, June 29, 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Housing and Driver’s Licenses To Register, Click HERE
The Illinois Legislative Black Caucus Foundation, in conjunction with the Tri-County Urban League, cordially invites you to our upcoming small business development seminar. The seminar is scheduled for Thursday, June 23, 2022, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Tri-County Urban League headquarters (317 N. MacArthur Hwy).
This event is the third in a series of statewide business development seminars centered on the Caucus’ third pillar, addressing racial disparities in economic access, opportunity and equity. As a participant, you will be able to liaise with various state agencies and learn invaluable information and tools on how to leverage state resources and programs to expand and develop your business.
Sign up to register here.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!