In the wake of lob losses resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kane County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the business community, employers, social service agencies and professional organizations to connect the citizens of Kane County with employment opportunities, training programs, and supportive services.
“The Kane County Sheriff’s Office understands finding a job is often overwhelming, getting hired can be a challenge, and sometimes life just gets in the way of work,” officials say on the website. “Whether you need transportation, childcare, housing or supportive services, we will help you obtain a new job/career and connect you to the necessary services.”
The Sheriff’s Office team works with businesses and training programs across Kane County to help ensure Kane County residents have access to the tools and resources they need in order to succeed.
Those resources include a jobs board, links to training opportunities and resume and interview help.
Partners include the Valley Industrial Association, the Quad County African American Chamber of Commerce and the Aurora Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
There is no cost to the program.
For more information, visit the homepage of the Kane County Sheriff’s Office website.
A video about the program is embedded above and can be found by clicking this link.
SOURCE: Kane County Sheriff’s Office website
Kane County, like many other counties in the United States, is experiencing record unemployment due to COVID-19. The