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As a WIA Service provider, we offer employment and vocational training services under the Workforce Invesment Act.

AACF has added Customized Industry Specific Bridge Program to its Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship Program to further create opportunity to place youths into entry level jobs. To qualify a youth must already be in the Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship Program and is currently awaiting placement after the successful completion of a six-week internship with a local employer. The program is a bridge between our internship program and CARA Staffing initiative.

AACF maintains a waiting list for the Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship Program. Youth can register for the program to begin in April starting the week of March 10th to the end of March 24, 2014. A youth must come in our office to get on the waiting list, for more information call 708-848-1700.

The Community Technology Center course of the month is Basic Microsoft Word. To register for the course, call 708-848-1700.

The Engage Job Club is held weekly, contact your case manager to attend a job club session. Flexible sessions are available to youths still in School. Upcoming job club dates: 4/2/14, 4/15/14, 4/16/14, 4/23/14, 4/29/14 & 4/30/14.

Services and Links

The KAM Institute of Technology and Healthcare (formally AACF Computer Learning Center) is a private vocational training school. The school trains students in a wide array of computer applications using state of the art equipment and software. The school is accredited by Illinois State Board of Higher Education. For more information, visit the school website at

Career and Employment Assistance services provides job readiness skills training, vocational training, guidance and support throughout all phases of the employment process for job seekers. For additional career assistance or to participate in our staffing initiative, visit

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