Community Outreach to Minorities

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These organizations are participating in our exclusive Community Outreach program. Through this program, groups and organizations that directly work with Minorities receive open job notifications on a daily basis that match the criteria they specifically requested. These daily notifications can be customized by location, profession, education and experience.

100 Black Men of Alton, Inc

100 Black Men of Alton, IncAlton, IL
The mission of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans.
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African American Academic Network - AAAN

African American Academic Network - AAANChicago, IL
Our mission is to increase the recruitment, retention, and graduation rates of African American students.

Alliance of Latinos and Jews

Alliance of Latinos and JewsChicago, IL
Created in 1994, the Alliance of Latinos and Jews works on building new and enhancing existing relations between the Jewish and Latino communities by focusing on issues of common concern: business and economic development, policy/civic, and social and cultural affairs.

American Indian Center of Chicago

American Indian Center of ChicagoChicago, IL
Our mission is to advance the general welfare of American Indians into the metropolitan community life; to foster the economic and educational advancement of Indian people; to sustain cultural, artistic and avocational pursuits; and to perpetuate Indian cultural values.

Arab American Family Services

Arab American Family ServicesBridgeview, IL
AAFS' mission is to change and impact the quality of life by serving and building stronger and healthier generations of Arab Americans in our communities.

Asian American Cultural Center

Asian American Cultural CenterUrbana, IL
The Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) promotes cross-cultural understanding of Asian American and Asian international experiences, and provides educational and cultural support for Asians and Asian Americans in our university community.

Asian Health Coalition of Illinois

Asian Health Coalition of IllinoisChicago, IL
The Asian Health Coalition of Illinois (AHCI) is a grassroots organization, created by community members and health care providers in December 1996. Our mission is to improve the health and well being of all Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPIs) in Illinois through the development of an AAPI health agenda.

Asian Human Services, Inc.

Asian Human Services, Inc.Chicago, IL
In 1978, leaders from the Japanese, Filipino, Korean, Asian Indian, and Vietnamese communities of Chicago established Asian Human Services (AHS) to meet the critical human service and health care needs of the growing Asian immigrant and refugee populations in metropolitan Chicago.

Association House Of Chicago

Association House Of ChicagoChicago, IL
Association House was established in 1899 to serve as a community resource to help families help themselves. Association House programs have adapted with each changing era to meet the current communities’ needs. We have always focused on a core mission to offer services to economically disadvantaged individuals and families. We offer programs in both English and Spanish in three broad service areas listed below.

Aurora Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Aurora Hispanic Chamber of CommerceAurora, IL
Our purpose is to facilitate access to resources which promotes economic growth in the Latino Marketplace. The AHCC operates and conducts its activities with the above in mind while we continue to provide increased services to our membership, increased visibility of our Chamber, networking opportunities, guest speakers and a strengthened pride for participants in our Latino Marketplace.

Black Chamber of Commerce of Lake County

Black Chamber of Commerce of Lake CountyWaukegan, IL
The Black Chamber of Commerce of Lake County, (BCCLC) is a broad-based federation of business, industrial, professional firms and interested individuals within Lake County that are organized to enhance the economic and socioeconomic health of their community.

Black Data Processing Associates - Chicago

Black Data Processing Associates - ChicagoChicago, IL
Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) is an Information Technology organization consisting of professionals from all areas of IT and varied cities across the nation. Our intent is to accumulate a pool of data processing knowledge and business experience with the intention of utilizing these resources to strengthen the expertise of minority members of the data processing community.

Black United Fund of Illinois

Black United Fund of IllinoisChicago, IL
The Black United Fund of Illinois has a goal of developing systematic mechanisms to rally resources for the African American community. These mechanisms for liberation are designed to encourage individuals at every economic level to set aside a portion of their own resources (i.e., ideas, money, supplies, strategies, energy, skills, and time) to support economic development, alternative education projects, arts and culture, health and human servi...

CAAAELII-Coalition of African, Asian, European and Latino Immigrants of IL

CAAAELII-Coalition of African, Asian, European and Latino Immigrants of ILChicago, IL
CAAAELII is a unique coalition of non-profit community-based organizations serving the numerous immigrant and refugee communities of the Chicago area. CAAAELII staff work with our member organizations and other community partners to develop and implement services, resources, trainings, and collaborative projects around specific issues faced by their constituencies.
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California Indian Manpower Consortium -Chicago

California Indian Manpower Consortium -ChicagoChicago, IL
California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. (CIMC) was incorporated in 1978 and was organized for the purpose of providing job training and employment opportunities for economically disadvantaged, unemployed, and underemployed Indian and Native American persons.

Casa Central

Casa CentralChicago, IL
Casa Central transforms lives and strengthens communities, with a special focus on Hispanics. Our network of social services propels a diverse population of all ages toward self-sufficiency and a higher quality of life.

Casa Central - La Posada

Casa Central - La PosadaChicago, IL
Casa Central was founded in 1954 by a multi-denominational group of churches to provide social services to the Hispanic population. Since then, Casa Central has evolved from an organization with three employees and a $26,000 budget to an acclaimed model agency with over 500 staff members and an $11 million budget. Casa Central is now the largest Hispanic social service agency in Chicago and arguably in country, providing programs for all ages.

Centro San Bonifacio

Centro San BonifacioChicago, IL
Our Mission To promote personal and collective self-development within the immigrant Hispanic community through programas based on needs related to health, education, solidarity and human rights.

Chicago Chinatown Chamber of Commerce

Chicago Chinatown Chamber of CommerceChicago, IL
Our mission is to improve and expand business opportunities and to educate others on the history, culture, and customs of the Chinese American community. Our vision is to increase revenue streams for local businesses by making Chinatown a major destination point for visitors to the Midwest, State of Illinois and City of Chicago.

Chicago Urban League

Chicago Urban LeagueChicago, IL
The Chicago Urban League works for economic, educational and social progress for African Americans and promotes strong, sustainable communities through advocacy, collaboration and innovation.
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