In response to tough economic times with high unemployment, Jobs75 has a sole focus on securing 75 full or part-time jobs for Illinois citizens with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) within the next year. Funded through a grant from the Coleman Foundation, Jobs75 combines the expertise and resources of seven outstanding nonprofits, including Seguin Services, Inc., Misericordia, Easter Seals, PACTT, Clearbrook, Park Lawn and Countryside Association, covering all of Chicagoland and Northern Illinois.
Intersect for Ability, under the Jobs75 initiative, seeks your support for Jobs75 in one or more of the following ways:
We welcome the opportunity to support your diversity efforts through recruitment, sensitivity training, leading diversity expertise and more.
Francesca Sparacino and Jim Hutson are spearheading Jobs75 corporate and governmental outreach efforts. We urge your support of Jobs75. Please contact Francesca or Jim to gain additional information or to facilitate a civic and/or corporate collaboration.
Francesca Sparacino, Jobs75
Sherry Healey, Jobs75