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  Analysis of Social Security Benefits  
Benefits Analysis is a detailed explanation for SSI/SSDI on the affects of working and receiving benefits.

 

  Apply for Law Job Opportunities 

 

(Online Service) Bid Job Opportunities Bid Job Opportunities 
The Bid Job site is available to City of Chicago employees who are represented by specific unions. Each job posting on the site states by which union individuals must be represented in order for their application to be accepted.

 

  Disability Mentoring Day 
Disability Mentoring Day is the first step in the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities' year-long Youth Employment Program.

 

(Online Service) Employment with the City of Chicago Employment with the City of Chicago 
Postings of open jobs with the City of Chicago may be viewed on the CAREERS website; applications also are accepted on the site.

 

  Groundhog Job Shadow Day 
Groundhog Job Shadow day (GJSD) is the second step in MOPD’s Youth Employment Program for students with disabilities. GJSD is a national event that is coordinated locally by MOPD and the Chicago Public Schools.

 

  Guide to Workforce Services Programs 
The Chicago Department of Family & Support Services (DFSS) designates resources for workforce development initiatives to meet the unique needs of disadvantaged Chicago residents. As the City agency that focuses on meeting the needs of Chicago’s most vulnerable residents, this is an important function for DFSS.

 

  Information About Living in Illinois 
This section provides you with important information for living a full and productive life in Illinois.

 

(Online Service) Job Opportunities at the City of Chicago Inspector General's Office Job Opportunities at the City of Chicago Inspector General's Office 
Find jobs with the Chicago Inspector General's Office

 

  Job Training and Placement Referral 
Job Training and Placement Referral is a service provided to people with disabilities under the age of 60 through MOPD's network of employment program partners.

 

(Online Service) Library Services Library Services 
Services are provided by the Chicago Public Library free of charge; some may require a valid library card.

 

  Locations with free online access to Job Postings 
Access to City of Chicago job postings is available at city locations including Chicago Public libraries and the CAREERS Service Center in City Hall.

 

(Online Service) One Summer Chicago One Summer Chicago 
One Summer Chicago (OSC) connects young people to summer jobs, internships and training programs being offered throughout the City. Through OSC, young adults have the opportunity to learn job skills, develop their resumes and explore career interests.

 

(Online Service) Technology Resources and Services in Chicago Technology Resources and Services in Chicago 
Connect Chicago is a service to help Chicago residents and visitors find places that offer free or affordable technology resources and services, like computers with Internet access and technology training.

 

  View List of City Contractors 
In accordance with the Governmental Ethics Ordinance, the Department of Innovation and Technology provides a list of current and former contractors who, during the preceding four reporting years, received from the City of Chicago payments totaling $10,000 or more in any 12-month period.

 

  Want to become a Program Partner? 
For further information on how to become a Employment Services Program Partner, please call the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities Employment Services Unit at 312.746.5743 (voice) or 312.746.5739 (TTY).