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Latest Job Leads

Retail

Home Depot
Lot Associates, Freight/Receiving https://careers.homedepot.com/job-search-results/

Lowes
Openings in Bolingbrook, Naperville, Orland Park, and more! https://jobs.lowes.com/search-jobs

Sam’s Club
Hiring now Part & Full Time. At Sam’s Club, opportunity comes in bulk. Every year, we promote approximately 20,000 associates to jobs with more responsibility and higher pay. Club positions: Member frontline cashier, Member Assist Cart Attendant, Member Support Associate, Maintenance Custodian Associate, Merchandise and Stocking Associate, Tire and Battery Center, Fresh Food Associate, Cafe Associate, Freezer, Cooler, and Deli Stocker Associate. Apply online at https://careers.walmart.com/stores-clubs/sams-club-jobs

Walgreens
Customer Service Associate https://jobs.walgreens.com/search-jobs/Illinois%2C%20US/1242-19097/3/6252001-4896861/40×00032/-89×25037/25/2

Walmart
Stocker/backroom receiving associate. Job description: Unload trucks, Sort products in the backroom, Stock products on shelves, Ensure aisles are neat and the area is clean. https://careers.walmart.com/stores-clubs/walmart-store-jobs

Warehouse

Amazon
Remains open as an essential service (per Illinois Executive Order). Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Full-Time Equivalent, Part-Time, Flexible Hours). Shifts-Overnights, Early Morning, Day, Evening, and Weekend. Location-Crest Hill, Joliet, Romeoville, Lisle, Wheaton, Elmhurst, and Orland Park (job opportunities vary by location. Salary- $17 or more. Start as soon as 7 days. No resume or previous work experience required. https://search.amazondelivers.jobs/search-jobs/Illinois%2C%20US/3413/3/6252001-4896861/40×00032/-89×25037/50/2

Goodwill Talent Bridge
Workforce Connection Center
FIND HOPE | FIND WORK
Romeoville, IL

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Work from home

UpWork is a remote work platform that allows employers to outsource work to people willing to work hourly or by the task. https://www.upwork.com/

Construction

Apprenticeship
Notice of intent to accept applications for an apprenticeship in the electrical industry. Applications will be taken during the months of July, August & September 2020 on Wednesdays only from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm at IBEW Local Union 461:
591 Sullivan Rd. Suite 200
Aurora, IL 60506 | Directions

Apprenticeship Basic Requirements:

1. You must be a minimum of 17 years of age at the time of application and must be a minimum of 18 years of age at the time of selection and indenture.

2. All applications must be completed in the Local Union Office and must not be taken out of the building.

3. You must be a High School graduate or have a G.E.D. (copy of G.E.D. certificate required) or have a two-year Associate Degree or higher. Proof of one year of high school Algebra I with a C or better grade or post-high school Algebra I equivalent. A high school transcript is required and must be in a sealed envelope from the school. Transcripts from post-high school education and training may be submitted in a sealed envelope from the school.

4. You must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

5. Must be a resident of Local 461 ‘s jurisdiction which includes the southern half of Kane County, all of Kendall County, plus Sandwich (including township) in DeKalb County, at the time of application.

6. Agree to sign a statement that he/she is physically able to perform electrical construction work. Accepted applicants must provide a physical exam before starting the program.

7. Accepted applicants will be required to appear, at a time and place specified by the NECA/IBEW Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee, for a drug/alcohol test.

8.Must provide a birth certificate or any other acceptable form of documentation that proves minimum age requirements.

For more information: https://www.ibew461.org/apprenticeship

Other

Post Office
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Wise Plastics  (West Chicago) – Assembler
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JOB FAIRS & EVENTS

Adult Services Staff

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Bianca F.
Program Director, M.S., BCBA

Bianca has worked in the therapeutic day school and adult services at Turning Pointe Autism Foundation. She has a Masters in Behavior Analysis and has worked with a variety of ages and abilities to decrease maladaptive behavior and increase skill acquisition. Bianca has helped create programming for students at Turning Pointe based on their individual needs and current repertoire of skills. Her past research interests include evaluation of staff to student ratios in the therapeutic day school and multidisciplinary comparison of training fields for acquisition of noun targets for AAC users and reliability of utilizing Realize language to make clinical decisions.

Megan

Megan C.
Adult Program Specialist, M.S., CCC-SLP

Megan has worked with students in the therapeutic day school and adult services at Turning Pointe Autism Foundation to implement evidence-based practices in teaching and generalizing social communication skills and augmentative and alternative communication supports in the workplace, home, and community. Past research includes an evidence-based review of norm-referenced language tests for identification of social (pragmatic) communication disorder, a multidisciplinary comparison of training fields in acquisition of noun targets for AAC users, and reliability of utilizing realize language to make clinical decisions. Megan hopes to combine her clinical and research experience to create evidence-based programming and link independent living, social communication, and employability skills for young adults with autism spectrum disorder.

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Tricia S.
Special education teacher (Illinois State University), Board Certified Behavior Analyst (Aurora University)

Tricia has worked at Turning Pointe Autism Foundation in the therapeutic day school classrooms decreasing maladaptive behavior and increasing independence and skill acquisition. She has also worked with Career College students on independent living, social communication, and employability skills that they can utilize for a job they choose based on personal interests and current skill repertoire. Tricia hopes to use both of her degrees in special education and behavior analysis in order to teach and prepare Career College students to be successful under all of the demands in a work place; daily preparation to be successful, job duties, social competency, and communication with others.

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Michelle M.
Intense Behavior Interventionist for Adult Services and the Therapeutic Day School

Michelle has worked in the therapeutic day school and adult services at Turning Pointe Autism Foundation. She has worked in classrooms with students of varying ages and abilities focusing on increasing independence and skill acquisition. Michelle hopes to use her experience and education in psychological studies and behavior analysis to better prepare students on the autism spectrum for competitive employment and successful integration into the work place.

Where Are They Now?

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Megan

Megan, a former student of career college is working full time at Walgreens at two locations. She does a great job asking for more work and is a valued team member! Way to go, Megan!

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Renzo

Renzo, a former student of Career College started Uniquely Pawfect because of his love of animals, especially dogs. When Renzo graduated in May of 2018, TP partnered with him to help him grow the business that employs him. Renzo recently began working at Walgreens downtown Chicago too! Congratulations, Renzo!

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Stefanie

Accepted a job with Costco.

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Marina

Accepted a job as a Career College teaching assistant for Turning Pointe.

Turning Pointe Autism Foundation
1500 West Ogden Avenue
Naperville, IL 60540

Turning Pointe Autism Foundation
1500 West Ogden Avenue
Naperville, IL 60540

Turning Pointe Autism Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

Turning Pointe Autism Foundation is an endorsed Center for Autism accredited by the IBCCES.

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