State Representative Christian Mitchell

State Representative Christian Mitchell Christian Mitchell serves as State Representative for Illinois' 26th District, which stretches from South Chicago up to Streeterville along the lakefront.

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08/08/2018
www.illinoistrooper.com

ISP RECRUITMENT: Illinois State Trooper

The Illinois State Police Merit Board is currently processing applications for Cadet Class 129, tentatively scheduled for April, 2019. In order to be considered for Cadet Class 129, the Merit Board must receive a completed application and required documentation by August 15, 2018.

Applicants may apply online at: https://www.illinoistrooper.com

ISP Recruitment Video
https://youtu.be/qJiZWMexoC4

Yesterday, we passed a measure raising public school teacher salaries to a minimum of $40,000 a year. Teachers should no...
05/31/2018
Illinois House sends governor bill raising teacher salaries

Yesterday, we passed a measure raising public school teacher salaries to a minimum of $40,000 a year. Teachers should not be receiving poverty wages and struggling to make ends meet. This measure will attract and keep more teachers in a state that’s facing a growing shortage.

The Illinois House has sent the governor a measure raising public school teacher salaries to a minimum of $40,000 a year.

14th annual community-based, full service Second Chance Expungement Summit & Job Information Seminar on Saturday, June 2...
05/11/2018
2018 Expungement Summit Prep Pack.pdf

14th annual community-based, full service Second Chance Expungement Summit & Job Information Seminar on Saturday, June 2, 2018, at Kennedy-King College, 6343 S. Halsted St. - Building W, Chicago, IL 60621.

Here is the 2018 Expungement Summit preparation packet. It contains detailed information about the Summit and what attendees need to bring to attend. Important information about HOW TO OBTAIN RAP SHEETS AND CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS IS INCLUDED in this packet. There is an application to GET LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINTING at the discounted rate of $25 from ACCURATE BIOMETRICS ENCLOSED. IT IS URGENT THAT ALL ATTENDEES REVIEW THESE DOCUMENTS CAREFULLY to be prepared for the Expungement Summit on June 2, 2018 at Kennedy-King College, 6343 S. Halsted St. - Building W, Chicago. We look forward to assisting you at the Expungement Summit!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1D_ZLEBprX-JpkE8u5CttL5rr8zKA3CR2/view

05/04/2018
comed.com

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION...

**DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JUNE 3, 2018**

EAARA Membership:

The Exelon African-American Resource Alliance (EAARA) - Chicago Chapter is proud to announce we are accepting applications for the 2018 Frank M. Clark/John T. Hooker Scholarship! We will award twenty-seven(27) scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to support students who are currently attending or plan to attend a 2-year or 4-year college or university in the Fall of 2018.


Eligibility requirements:

African-American currently residing in ComEd’s Illinois service territory
Attends or plans to enroll in a 2-year or 4-year accredited college or university
Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale

Application packages are due on or before midnight CST on June 3, 2018 . Click the application link below and submit all materials per the instructions to insure your submission receives full consideration. Incomplete and/or late submissions will not be considered.

YES, Children and relatives of ComEd/Exelon employees and contractors ARE eligible to apply!

CLICK HERE TO START THE APPLICATION

Access the application at http://comed.com/2018EAARAScholarship

Questions can be submitted to [email protected]

10/19/2017

LIVE now on CAN TV

06/02/2017
State Rep. Christian Mitchell - Urging Governor Rauner to Compromise

Check out my end of session update. The good news? We're making college more affordable and raising the wages of working people. The bad news? Bruce Rauner is still standing in the way of a budget. Watch the video for details.

State Rep. Christian Mitchell - Urging Governor Rauner to Compromise The content on this page is property of the State of Illinois, House of Representatives,...

03/08/2017
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Employment & Employer Services
Mid-South workNet Center
4314 South Cottage Grove Avenue Second Floor Chicago Illinois 60653
Phone (773) 538-5627 Fax (773) 358-3113 Web www.eesforjobs.com

On Friday March 24th, Employment & Employer Services in collaboration with Schneider, Star Truck Driving School, Juarez Driving School, 160 Driving Academy and Progressive Truck Driving will host a CDL Driver Hiring event. See attached flyer. This event will take place at the Mid-South Workforce Center. Come learn about CDL career opportunities with Schneider and have the opportunity to leave with a job that earns up to $75,000 per year.

This event is open to the public. However, interested individuals are strongly encouraged to pre-register for this event at sni.jobs/workforce.

09/29/2016

Congratulations on the Grand Opening of your beautiful, new facility! Thank you for your contributions to our community!

Address

449 E 35th St
Chicago, IL
60616

General information

Christian Mitchell was elected to the Illinois General Assembly in 2012. He serves as the State Representative for the 26th District, which spans along the city’s Lakefront from the Near North Side to the South Side’s 10th Ward. He currently is a member on the Agriculture and Conservation, Energy, Health Care Availability Access, and State Government Administration committees. Christian was raised by his mother, who has been a nurse for 30 years, and his grandfather, who was a union steelworker and an elder at his church in Maywood. Their hard work and commitment to community inspired him to enter public service after graduating from the University of Chicago. Christian began his career as a faith-based community organizer in the South suburbs and South Side. As a community organizer, Christian worked with single mothers like his own who were fed up with the quality of their neighborhood schools, with homeowners concerned about losing their homes to foreclosure or the kind of flooding he’d endured in his youth, and with families concerned about being able to provide for aging loved ones - an experience he could relate to after caring for ailing grandparents. As an organizer, Christian worked with people, in their communities, to fight for living wage jobs, adequate housing, improved transportation, and equitable schools. In 2009, in consultation with community leaders and the members of the general assembly, Christian drafted legislation that would become the Urban Weatherization Initiative, a $425 million dollar state jobs program focusing on insulation, weatherproofing and upgrading of single family homes in low and moderate urban areas in the state of Illinois – and a requirement to hire workers from those communities. Christian’s efforts as an organizer also led to several other measurable improvements. The state legislature passed a law to create a universal fare card for transit systems in Chicago and the South Suburbs, drafted in part by Christian. It will allow for transfers between Metra, CTA, and Pace by 2015 – improving the options for those traveling a long distance to work. As a product of Christian’s organizing work in the south suburbs, residents won an agreement with the EPA, the state legislature, and their congressman to secure funding to repair and replace the sewer system in Riverdale, IL, which had not been repaired since the early 1920s, to ease flooding during times of heavy rain, lessening property damage and allowing families to raise their children in a clean and safe environment. Christian is also experienced in campaign work – he was a Deputy Field Director for Illinois Lisa Madigan’s re-election campaign in 2010, working with local elected officials in Chicago and other faith and community leaders to increase voter turnout and participation. Christian was also campaign manager for Will Burns’ successful campaign for Alderman of the 4th Ward in 2011. He recently served as part of Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle’s senior staff, helping advise on many issues and connecting members of the community to services the county provides. Christian graduated from the University of Chicago with a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy Studies. He is a resident of the Bronzeville community.

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 15:00
Thursday 10:00 - 15:00
Friday 10:00 - 15:00

Telephone

(773) 924-1755

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