Chicago's five Workforce Centers and more than 30 community-based affiliate organizations offer a range of services to help. Chicagoans find and keep good-paying jobs. The Chicago Workforce Centers and affiliate organizations comprise the largest component of the Mayor's WorkNet Chicago, a citywide service delivery system of more than 130 community-based and private organizations.
Job Seekers may also be eligible for skill development through local training providers certified by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO). Call a Chicago Workforce Center for eligibility requirements and program availability.
All services are offered free of charge. Stop by a Chicago Workforce Center below for an orientation about employment services and details on how to access them. Chicago Workforce Centers are open Monday through Friday. Call ahead to confirm orientation times as they are subject to change without advance notice.
Sheridan Workforce Center
Garfield Workforce Center
Pilsen Workforce Center
Mid-South Workforce Center
Southwest Workforce Center