Month: July 2015

CCNM July 29, 2015

Submitted by: Marcus Robinson No matter how hard you work or how well you obey all of the rules of society, it seems like you just can’t win or get ahead in life. Last year, July 19, 2014, a young man, named Marcell, was gunned down in Robichaux Park, which is located in the Princeton […]

CCNM July 22, 2015

Please join us for this FREE session on Small Business Administration (SBA) certification programs. The SBA Illinois District Office in conjunction with the Joliet Junior College Small Business Development Center are joining forces to present doing business with the Federal Government. Attendees will be informed on SAM Registration (System for Awards Management registering to do […]

CCNM July 22, 2015

Learn about Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program If you receive Social Security disability benefits and want to make more money through work,Ticket to Work can provide the support you need to transition to financial independence. Learn about Ticket to Work, changes to Section 503 that may affect you, tips for the hiring process, and […]

CCNM July 7, 2015

In partnership with The Veterans Exchange and the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, SBA is proud to present “The Unique Value of Veterans to Small Businesses – Small Business Luncheon” featuring Robert “Bo” Steiner, U.S. Small Business Illinois District Director & Navy Veteran, as the keynote speaker.  Veterans don’t inherently think of seeking jobs with small businesses […]

CCNM July 6, 2015

  A community meeting held last week at a Chicago State University preceded a rally held in front of the James R. Thompson Center held this morning. This insightful and informative prelude confirmed all the stories you have been reading in the local news for the last several weeks about the budgetary crisis in Illinois. […]

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