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9/9/2007 12:00:00 AM

DuPage Job FairFriday October 5, 200710 AM to 5 PM

College of DuPage Sports Arena799 Fawell BlvdGlen Ellyn, IL

The DuPage Job Fair is an annual event hosted by State Representative Sandy Pihos and College of DuPage. In 2006, over 3,000 job applicants met with more than 100 employers offering thousands of employment opportunities. This fair is a perfect opportunity for job seekers and employers to connect.

For more information call 631-858-8855 or visit their website: www.dupagejobfair.org

Please stop by the AbilityLinks booth if you are planning on attending this event!


9/12/2007 12:00:00 AM

Job Title: Customer Service / Call CenterLocation: Chicago, ILThis featured position is located in Warrenville IL. and is full time. To find out more about the position, click here or contact Bill O’Connor, boconnor@abilitylinks.org , or call 630-909-7444.


8/26/2007 12:00:00 AM

AbilityLinks is committed to increasing employment of job seekers with disABILITIES. Your input is important in helping us ensure that AbilityLinks.org works for everyone. Please take a moment to complete one of the below surveys. Your responses will be used to make planned enhancements to the website.

Job Seeker Survey

Employer/Recruiter Survey

Thank you for helping us make AbilityLinks.org the best it can be.


9/4/2007 12:00:00 AM

Dear AbilityLinks Supporter:

AbilityLinks will be enhancing our website in the near future and we are asking for input from you. Please take a moment to fill out a brief survey to help us plan this newest version of AbilityLinks.org. Your responses are important and will help ensure that AbilityLinks.org works for everyone.


9/11/2007 12:00:00 AM

Marca Bristo is President and CEO of Access Living.

Tell us about Access Living.

Access Living is Chicago’s community center for people with disabilities. We work to advocate for greater participation and inclusion for people with disabilities. We help people find the keys to independence through programs supporting their independence and we do a lot of work educating the public about living with people with disabilities.

How many people with disabilities work at Access Living?


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