About The CCAC
Formed in 1956, The Chicago Central Area Committee (CCAC) has long been a driving force in shaping Chicago's growth, equity and quality of place on behalf of our fellow citizens.
CCAC is a public charitable trust legally constituted as an IRS approved not-for-profit. Proudly representing all facets of Chicago's central city business district, our membership is comprised of civic, commercial, cultural and other professional leaders who are dedicated to our collective future success as a business community.
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About The Partnership
The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership (The Partnership) is a non-profit umbrella organization operating the public workforce system for the City of Chicago and Cook County. The Partnership combines federal and philanthropic resources to provide comprehensive workforce development services to employers and job seekers. As the largest workforce development system in the nation, The Partnership has helped place more than 70,000 individuals in employment; collaborated with more than 2,000 employers; and administered more than $400 million in federal and philanthropic funds. The Partnership's network of 50+ community-based organizations, 10 American Job Centers, and four sector-driven workforce centers serves more than 140,000 people annually. Learn more at www.chicookworks.org.
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About Chicago COVID Contact Tracing Corps
The COVID Contact Tracing Corps are Chicagoans who work with multiple stakeholders to end the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. In collaboration with education and research partners University of Illinois at Chicago's School of Public Health (UIC), NORC at the University of Chicago, Malcolm X College one of the City Colleges of Chicago, and Sinai Urban Health Institute, The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership will lead the creation of the City's community-based COVID Contact Tracing Corps, and provide "Earn and Learn" opportunities which will allow corps members to develop skills and progress along career paths in the healthcare field.
The COVID Contact Tracing Corps is a means to address the health equity disparities receiving global attention due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership is currently seeking individuals to serve as members of the Corps and Community-Based Organizations to participate in this incredibly important effort. Learn more by visiting Chitracing.com.