IMC Regional case management staff have developed career pathways for participants enrolled in NFJP training programs giving them the opportunity:
|to achieve occupational skill sets in demand by local and regional employers|
|to obtain certification or licensing (industry-recognized credentials)|
|to be prepared for hire in occupations growing in Illinois|
Individuals may qualify for IMC training:
|as a low income farmworker in IMC’s NFJP program|
|or as a low income individual in IMC's scholarship program|
Contact IMC Regional offices:
|to discuss IMC's training program|
|to develop goals for a career pathway|
|to complete an application for training|
Our NFJP Factsheet has additional information about NFJP and IMC locations.
Individuals who cannot visit our offices may call to set up a convenient location to meet. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request.
Highlighted below are careers for which IMC can assist eligible individuals to prepare an employability development plan for their own career pathway.
Some of these may us on-the-job training instead of or in addition to classroom instruction.
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Construction and Green Occupations
Heat A/C Refrigerator Installer
Solar Photovoltaic Installer
Solar Thermal Installer
Wind Turbine Technician
Assistant Dental Assistant
Emergency Medical Technician
Licensed Practical Nurse
Occupational Therapist Aide
Cook/Food Sanitation Worker
Front Desk Representative
Fabricator Machine Feeder/Offbearer
IMC can help eligible individuals with scholarships or assistance with tuition, fees and books to obtain occupational training at these community colleges and vocational institutions.
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