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Join us as we celebrate more than 70 students who have successfully completed CONSTRUCT, a job training program that offers career guidance, and practical education about the construction industry. The program is designed to increase the pool of qualified, minority candidates for construction jobs in Illinois.
80 percent of CONSTRUCT graduates have been offered full time jobs.
Graduation Ceremony for CONSTRUCT 2015 participants
Leaders from Aldridge, Asplundh, Burling Builders, David Mason & Associates, Groundhog Utility Construction, Inc., HBK Engineering, Henkels & McCoy, Intren, Lindblad Construction Company of Joliet, LiveWire, Meade, Milhouse Engineering & Construction, Inc., MJ Electric, MZI Group, Nash Brothers Construction Company, Osmose Utilities Services, PMI Energy Solutions, LLC, Trice Construction Company, The Roderick Group, and The Will Group
Representatives from six social service agencies – ASPIRA of Illinois, Austin Peoples Action Center (APAC), Chicago Urban League, National Latino Education Institute (NLEI), Quad County Urban League, and YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago
Friday, May 13, 2016 9 – 11 a.m.
ComEd Chicago Training Center3536 S. Iron Street, Chicago