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Virtual April Workforce 360 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jeffery Poynter
02:14:57
Poynter- McHenry County Workforce Network Board- Hope everyone is well!
fsaldana’s iPhone
02:15:13
good morning! Javier Garibay here from Central States SER & SERCO
Ramone Giles
02:15:16
Good Morning! Ramone Giles from Phalanx Family Services
Moisés Bernal Puente
02:15:22
good morning! I am very pleased to be here.
Ray Quintanilla
02:15:32
Ray Quintanilla, CFL Workforce & Community Initiative
Loreen O'Brien
02:15:52
Good morning, Loreen O’Brien, McHenry County Workforce Network
Moisés Bernal Puente
02:16:02
Moisés Bernal Puente from Central States SER is present.
katelapinski
02:16:07
Good morning, Kate from Chicago Public LIbrary
Michael Thompson
02:16:16
Good Morning, Michael Thompson, Skills for Chicagoland’s Future
Anderson Lee
02:16:19
Good Morning, Anderson Lee, CompTIA/Creating IT Futures
JFuentes
02:16:35
Good morning, Juan Fuentes from Hana Center. Workforce program.
Rebecca Marshall
02:16:38
Good Morning. Rebecca Marshall from Madison County Employment & Training, LWIA 22
Deidra
02:16:43
Good Morning Deidra Winston from Employment & Employer Services
John Hess
02:17:00
Hi everyone, John Hess here from Hess Advantage
Christa
02:17:02
Hello. Christa Clumpner from Monarch Thrift Shop in Avondale
Vera Lee Robinson
02:17:03
Good Morning from St. Leonard's Ministries - Michael Barlow Center.
scallahan
02:17:05
Good Morning Shannon Callahan with Evanston YWCA
Sarah Lewis-Weaver
02:17:12
Good Morning,
Dani Petrie
02:17:13
Hi there -
Britt
02:17:17
Good morning! Britt Bartholomew, Financial Coach from JARC here!
agarland
02:17:22
GM. Alejandra Garland with Youth Guidance
Kristin Drake
02:17:22
Good Morning, Kristin Drake YWCA Evanston/North Shore
Twana Brunson
02:17:23
Good Morning
Dani Petrie
02:17:27
Dani Petrie from Origami Works Foundation
tkennedy
02:17:27
Good Morning, This is Taunya Kennedy from OAI.
Amanda Allen
02:17:28
Hello. Amanda Allen from OAI here
fatima_mendez
02:17:29
Good Morning, Fatima Mendez from CAIC
Maribel
02:17:29
Good Morning, Maribel Martinez with the Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
emailhot-beutel
02:17:31
Good Morning! Ema Program Coordinator at JARC
Vickie Battle
02:17:34
Vickie Battle with IFF present. Good morning everyone!!
ezepeda
02:17:35
Good Morning Everyone
leahbrunk
02:17:36
Good morning, this is Leah Brunk working in employer relations at Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago
Angelica Rodriguez
02:17:40
Good Morning Everyone,
Twana Brunson
02:17:42
Twana from Epilepsy Foundation Greater Chicago
Leah Eggers
02:17:46
Good morning. Leah Eggers with Youth Guidance
Nancy Kramer
02:17:47
Happy Tuesday everyone Nancy Kramer ICNC
Anthony Mendiola
02:17:49
hello - Tony Mendiola from Human Citizen Workplace
gpreston
02:17:50
Good morning! Lupe Preston here
Karimah Tijani
02:17:50
Good morning, Career Specialist from Youth Guidance in Chicago
Wendy Pollack
02:17:51
Good morning, Wendy Pollack from the Shriver Center.
Andi Drileck
02:18:00
Good morning!
Doug
02:18:19
good morning Doug from Greater West Town here... thank you for hosting this!
Ursula PhillipsLevi
02:18:24
GM
TWinbush
02:18:35
Good Morning from Torelen Winbush- All Chicago.
KitWhite
02:18:39
Good morning! Kit White from the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership
alexpiper
02:18:48
Good morning, Alex piper, Social work intern at Cabrini Green Legal AId
Mignonne Barnes
02:18:51
Good morning, Mignonne Barnes, KRA Corporation/Westside American Job Center
Sasha Neri
02:18:53
Sasha Neri, Chicago Public Library, tech/maker lab/adult support
IC User
02:19:02
Good morning from DeMico Davis, Workforce Development Manager, Inspiration Corporation.
Jennifer Miller Rehfeldt
02:19:09
Good morning! Jennifer Miller Rehfeldt from Inspiration Corporation!
smojica
02:19:10
Selynette Mojica
Angelica Rodriguez
02:19:10
Good Morning Everyone! Angelica Rodriguez, Business Services Consultant with the Illinois Division of Rehabilitation Services.
Victoria Kral
02:19:11
Hello all
Barbara Wisniewski
02:19:12
Barbara Wisniewski
Ivette Sosias
02:19:17
Ivette Sosias
mmoriarity
02:19:24
Good morning, Molly Moriarity with Revolution Workshop
EB Odderstol
02:19:30
Good morning! E.B. Odderstol from Jane Addams Resource Corporation
Melissa Frazin
02:19:30
Good morning! My name is Missy Frazin and I am an Assistant Director at UIC's Career Services office. Hope everyone is doing well.
ezepeda
02:19:35
Good Morning. Esmeralda Zepeda from St. Joseph Services in Humboldt Park and Austin.
rdelgad1
02:19:39
Good Morning, Ruby Delgado Career Coach with Employment & Employers Services
Ursula PhillipsLevi
02:19:42
I'm Ursula Employment Training and Community Engagement Associate with Growing Home
Devin Saiki
02:19:43
Devin Saiki, Northwestern MBA student. Good morning!
Pam Barbee
02:19:45
Good Morning from Local Workforce Area #26 in Carmi Illinois
CFLIt
02:19:51
Good Morning! Barbara Travis UIC-Center for Literacy.
Priscilla Torrence
02:19:57
Happy Tuesday All! Priscilla-ICNC/the Hatchery
Keona Owens
02:20:02
Keona Owens, Touch Gift Foundation, Good morning!
smojica
02:20:09
Selynette Mojica, Curriculum and Staff Professional Development Specialist at The Centers for Families and Children/ El Barrio Workforce Development Center, Cleveland Ohio
Victoria Kral
02:20:10
Victoria Kral Prairie State College Health Care program Coordinator
Jeremy
02:20:15
Good morning! Jeremy Miller from America Works.
Regan Johnson
02:20:21
Regan Brewer Johnson, JARC
Erica Williams
02:20:26
Good morning
Eileen Hallstrom
02:20:31
Good morning! Eileen Hallstrom from Youth Job Center.
Suzanne Evans
02:20:37
Good morning
Amy Blair
02:20:54
Good morning! Amy Blair with Aspen Institute.
Trudy Merrick
02:21:00
Good Morning
Olivia Surprenant
02:21:04
i keep hearing a ringing over and over. is that from the chat box?
Suzanne Evans
02:21:07
Good morning! Suzanne Evans from Chicago Area Project
Olivia Surprenant
02:21:08
how do i mute it?
Mr. Hemingway
02:21:12
Great morning!👍🏾
#StayLIT Community Youth Services
02:21:25
Good Morning
Mari Castaldi
02:21:50
The ping sound is from people joining the call - should die down in a moment!
Mari Castaldi
02:21:53
Good morning all!
Olivia Surprenant
02:22:03
great thank you!
Mr. Hemingway
02:22:14
Larry Hemingway, Sr., Springfield Urban League, Inc.
Olivia Surprenant
02:22:17
good morning, its olivia surprenant from mchenry county workforce
Ted’s iPhone
02:22:21
Good morning! Ted from Amplify Chicago
Samad
02:22:35
Good Morning! Samad- Heartland Human Care Services (Employment Team)
Brian
02:22:39
Good morning everybody from Brian Reilly at Housing Forward
nissa
02:22:48
Good morning! This is Nissa from JARC.
iPhone
02:22:50
Good morning! Mark Franklin, Springfield Urban League
James Conyers
02:23:50
Good morning, James Conyers OLDS
Eileen Vesey
02:30:45
Good morning Eileen Vesey CFL Workforce & Community Initiative
Keona Owens
02:32:41
Going forward, will this platform be available for those unable to attend the monthly meetings?
Alysia Tate
02:34:12
Hello! Alysia Tate, Cabrini Green Legal Aid
Moisés Bernal Puente
02:36:21
Brian is there and he is unmuted, but we couldn't hear him.
tkennedy
02:38:16
At OAI we have moved to online training which includes zoom, digital modules and assessments, group me chats and a variety of training apps like flipgrid.
Kelsey
02:38:39
National Able Network has moved our WIOA Orientations as well as Job Training Workshops online.
Brian
02:39:23
hey folks, I’m back
Sarah Morris
02:39:39
How are job coaches working with clients who may not have access to the internet or computers? Most of my clients just have the ability to talk on the phone
Kristin Drake
02:40:50
At YWCA Evanston/ North Shore, we've moved our culinary program to online training. We're utilizing Zoom to do live sessions and webinars and Google Classroom for classwork/ further topic discussion
Suzanne Evans
02:42:25
Chicago Area Project has moved our Job training program online and also communicate with our customers via phone and by email
Mari Castaldi
02:43:56
If folks have links to resources about internet access and Lifeline phones, feel free to also share them in the chat and we will compile them to send out!
Kelsey
02:45:31
http://wifi.xfinity.com/#find-a-hotspot
Kelsey
02:45:39
https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/open-xfinity-wifi-hotspots
Mari Castaldi
02:45:54
Awesome, thanks Kelsey.
Kelsey
02:46:21
https://www.freegovernmentcellphones.net/states/illinois-government-cell-phone-providers
Regan Johnson
02:47:21
Emily’s dogs love video calls!
Trudy Merrick
02:48:13
How are organizations providing training materials to students …. textbooks specifically.
Liz Czarnecki
02:49:39
JARC will be conducting virtual weekly application sessions starting April 15. I was wondering if there are training providers on the call who are starting new participants during this time. Have you found an effective way to do a basic skills assessment virtually to determine if applicants have the necessary basic skills to participate in your industry training?
Kelsey
02:49:59
I wish we would see changes in the salary for medical assistants at McCormick!
Victoria Kral
02:50:00
Prairie State College Continuing Education and Workforce Development has moved all of there Vocational healthcare course to e-learning we are also running real estate online.
Christa
02:50:17
As a thrift store who hires and supports formerly incarcerated individuals we’ve lost 95% of our revenue. We are currently in the midst of deciding whether to reduce hours and wait for loan/grant funding or lay off our staff temporarily until things change. We have been ramping up our online sales but those do not meet the need.
agarland
02:50:29
Can you share the link to the openings at McCormick
Mari Castaldi
02:51:01
(We’ll share more about those loan programs in the policy section.)
Trudy Merrick
02:55:16
The assessment question is a big one.
Michael Thompson
03:00:37
https://www.scfjobs.com/sunbelt-city-of-chicago/
Michael Thompson
03:00:57
Please see above link for COVID-19 Field Hospital Roles
Leah Eggers
03:02:12
One complexity is that while people may be eager to work it may not be safe or appropriate at this time. Many of the places hiring require individuals to be in public spaces (within the workplace or while traveling to work) and workplaces may not have the proper safety precautions in place. The individuals themselves may be vulnerable or living with someone who is vulnerable.
Lauren Gumbel
03:02:44
Leah agreed, definitely a challenge in how to counsel
Erica Williams
03:02:53
That is a great idea (facebook live group)
Leah Eggers
03:03:07
This causes a tension to meet the needs of businesses or "placements" required by funders but this is new territory and we need to be working in the best interest of individuals in the long term by connecting them to resources and ensuring safety
Jennifer Levitt
03:04:05
Google Voice is helpful for reaching out to customers/job seekers while working remotely.
Keona Owens
03:04:28
Illinois Digital Learning Lab
Keona Owens
03:04:52
Correction from CCLC - Illinois Digital Learning Lab
Liz Czarnecki
03:08:11
https://www.jane-addams.org/job-seekers/cmp-application-schedule/
Christa
03:08:30
https://us.accion.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Emergency-loan-options-from-Chicago-Illinois-and-Federal-partners-Accion-033120.pdf
Liz Czarnecki
03:09:04
That was the link on JARC’s website if you have participants who are interested in participating in a virtual application session and learn more about JARC’s training programs in welding, CNC, press brake, as well as the Manufacturing Bridge Program
Amy Blair
03:09:08
https://www.stopcovid.co/ This is a free mobile Covid19 safety training app for front-line workers--I just saw it yesterday in a Good Jobs Institute resource. Curious if anybody has tried it out? Here's the GJI resource link: https://goodjobsinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Good-Jobs-Lens-on-COVID-19-Responses-3.17.2020.pdf
kathy watson
03:09:44
Tooling you
kathy watson
03:09:54
University
Liz Czarnecki
03:10:20
https://www.toolingu.com/
tkennedy
03:10:24
OAI uses talentlms
tkennedy
03:10:42
talentlms.com
katelapinski
03:11:28
This good jobs institute resource looks GREAT. Thank you for sharing it.
Anderson Lee
03:12:55
Our tech training program is set to begin as scheduled on April 13, and we still have openings. Please feel welcome to forward this link with anyone in search of training as well as my e-mail address: alee@comptia.org.https://www.creatingitfutures.org/it-ready/chicago-il
Sarah Morris
03:13:51
Marion, could you put that link in the chat?
Regan Johnson
03:14:13
Gotta jump on another call, but thanks to CJC for putting this together! Nice to hear about what other organizations are doing.
fsaldana’s iPhone
03:15:16
Need to leave the call as I need to hop on another Zoom meeting in three minutes. Great conversation & thank you for the recommended resources!
Dani Petrie
03:15:21
Our organization could compile a bunch of resources on a helpsite (helpsite.com) if it would be helpful … but I don’t want to re-invent the wheel … Open to suggestions for what would be helpful.
Mari Castaldi
03:16:19
CJC also has a page where we’ve been putting things, and we’ll be sure to add the resources that have been shared during this call
Mari Castaldi
03:16:22
https://cjc.net/covid-19/
Mari Castaldi
03:16:44
It mostly has policy information right now but we can add all these program resources and digital resources as well.
Ramone Giles
03:17:47
Just wanted ask which organization Emily Peters is with.
emailhot-beutel
03:18:34
Jane Addams Resource Corp
Sasha Neri
03:19:12
I'm getting very warped audio :/
0538552
03:19:26
me too.....much better
Amy Blair
03:19:27
:)
Ramone Giles
03:19:27
ty!
Mr. Hemingway
03:19:40
Thanks!
Eric Halvorson he/him/his
03:19:59
See you all at 10:07
Katriel Jean-Baptiste
03:24:18
yes
Keona Owens
03:24:35
What is the website to canvas?
Moisés Bernal Puente
03:25:12
breaking up again
Moisés Bernal Puente
03:25:20
not you Mari
TWinbush
03:25:23
I can hear you
Erica Williams
03:25:23
clear
emailhot-beutel
03:25:26
I can hear you, mari
Jennifer Levitt
03:25:26
very clear
Dana Horstein
03:27:37
Canvas website: https://www.instructure.com/canvas/
Keona Owens
03:27:57
Thanks Dana
Dana Horstein
03:28:43
Schoology and Moodle are other Learning Management Systems with free versions as well.
Nancy Kramer
03:31:10
Been told that you can apply for UI on your phone can anyone confirm this problem
Nancy Kramer
03:31:30
Cannot apply
loverixc
03:33:00
You Can’t Use Your Smartphone to File Online. The state's online form to file is not "mobile-enabled".
Angela Morrison
03:33:58
Burning Glass put together an early job analysis of job loss and industries with the greatest loss of jobs. https://www.burning-glass.com/research-project/covid-19/
Angela Morrison
03:37:07
Please drop your questions in the chat --we'll answer questions for UI (Unemployment Insurance) in this section.
0538552
03:37:55
How does this affect exhaustees? How will they be figured in or will they? for the extra 13 weeks
Sarah Morris
03:38:12
If clients were previously denied unemployment, how can we “reset” the application to get the COVID funding?
Christa
03:38:37
Does the PUA also extend to people who worked for employers who weren’t “covered” and don’t pay into unemployment? Will those employers have to reimburse after this is over?
Carrie Thomas
03:39:33
Christa, PUA is federally funded which means that employers don’t have to reimburse.
Michael Thompson
03:40:21
Skills has an opportunity with JPMC that is trying to alleviate health concerns.
Alaina
03:40:36
If someone is in a job training program and placed at a worksite through that program, do they qualify for UI if they aren't currently scheduled to work due to their worksite closure? Their wages are typically paid by a community services block grant, not the employer
Eileen Hallstrom
03:41:09
Youth Job Center has a Job Board specially focused on jobs for young people: https://youthjobcenter.org/jobboard
Carrie Thomas
03:41:26
re: exhaustees I saw this on a national list serv—while it’s specific to NY state in terms of how to apply, the process map is useful https://www.labor.ny.gov/ui/pdfs/cares-act-need-to-know-flowchart.pdf
Emily Peters
03:42:55
we have had to sit on the phone with the person and help fill out the UI application on our computers. Not ideal, but got the job done.
Carrie Thomas
03:44:13
we definitely should confirm on exhaustees, but, it does look like they should reapply and be eligible for the 13 weeks.
Carrie Thomas
03:44:58
Also: all of these questions and lack of answers or not completely clear answers is true in all other states…unfortunately.
Katriel Jean-Baptiste
03:45:27
what is a mixed status family
Amy Blair
03:45:28
Mari--incredible summary. I'm not a UI expert either, but NELP folks are. https://www.nelp.org/resources-to-support-workers-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/ And here's a link to a Q&A Aspen and NELP did together last Friday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuW6hH9Tlvw
0538552
03:45:45
Turbo tax has started a registry for individuals that may fall thru the cracks such as college students that have worked but did not earn enough
0538552
03:46:00
Turbotax.com/covid-19
0538552
03:47:06
Also used for those that did not file 2018 taxes, people who don't need to file...low earners/social security recipients
KitWhite
03:47:36
Mari, how will participating in temporary work funded through WIOA impact an unemployment claim? For example, with temporary paid work experiences, what happens when a temporary placement ends? Would UI earnings for the participant go down if they earned less during the temporary placement than their prior full-time work?
Carrie Thomas
03:47:38
thanks Amy. Yes, NELP is the best, most up to date resource. They are going to rely on local folks to understand the challenges in individual states, so keep the questions coming!
Amy Blair
03:48:27
Thanks Carrie . . . important to note. And also NELP still has so many unanswered questions b/c guidance isn't out.
Christa
03:48:41
I got an error message when trying the Turbotax.com/covid-19 site
0538552
03:49:48
I will try to verify the link
Carrie Thomas
03:49:50
Mari and all, I think that’s still an outstanding question.
Samad
03:49:50
is there any information about how people working in the gig economy(lyft/uber) will be able to access UI due to COVID?
Janelle
03:50:55
Gig workers are covered under the disaster provision implemented by PUA
Janelle
03:51:06
The same with farm owners and farm workers
Carrie Thomas
03:51:30
Samad, the PUA program that Mari mentioned is the one that will take a while for the state to be able to take applications for. I heard that the first state to implement applications did so yesterday. We’ll keep our COVID page up to date on when applications for that new PUA program opens.
0538552
03:51:46
https://blog.turbotax.intuit.com/tax-news/turbotax-launches-stimulus-check-calculator-46707/
0538552
03:52:01
at the bottom of the page is the tab for the registry
Angela Morrison
03:53:08
Thanks everyone for sharing resources and supporting each other with answers! We'll also follow up with any additional information following the meeting.
Alysia Tate
03:53:57
Do we have any idea what jobs will actually exist moving forward? Particularly for formerly incarcerated individuals?
Tanvi Shah
03:55:13
Here's the link to the Workers' Rights Curriculum: https://cjc.net/frontline-focus/tools-frontline-staff/
Samad
03:55:21
is there any additional information on how the CARES Act (related to UI) will be implemented?
Alysia Tate
03:55:54
Thank you so much. I assume this will affect training dramatically. This is Alysia from Cabrini Green Legal Aid.
RWSmith
03:56:23
surprising, not really, but whole foods is now hiring my participants who have criminal backgrounds and who they did not consider before!, they have hired 4 of my participants this week..
tkennedy
03:56:37
Is it wage theft if an employer reduces a workers work hours so they don't qualify for UI?
Sarah Morris
03:57:11
Yes—can people share which employers have been responsive and hiring? Very different to post a job online vs actually being responsive and hiring. Thanks for the Whole Foods information.
Carrie Thomas
03:57:13
Samad, Amy Blair shared the NELP resources in the chat above. They have the most up to date info on UI.
Eric Halvorson he/him/his
03:57:40
Great point RWSmith--part of the uncertainty is also political windows to create and fight for new possibilities. Similar openings might happen in healthcare where the demand is so high, but the question is, what happens after the crisis. And we have to work to shape the answer.
tkennedy
03:57:59
Trader Joes is hiring formerly incarcerated as well.
Carrie Thomas
03:59:13
tkennedy, great question. We’ll have to do some research on that. Hopefully the timing of how “monetary eligibility” works will mean that reduction in hours right now won’t affect eligibility.
0538552
04:00:58
so inidividuals that had their SNAP decreased will have their benefits re-instated? is there an addiditonal SNAP benefit added to current allotments like IDES +600
Carrie Thomas
04:01:09
National resources (again from NELP) on worker safety: https://www.nelp.org/publication/worker-safety-health-during-covid-19-pandemic-rights-resources/
RWSmith
04:01:39
THANKS Eric.... I'm looking at this as an open door for the future! I will use this for leverage!
Katriel Jean-Baptiste
04:02:44
are students able to get new federal loans?
Angela Morrison
04:03:34
People that have had their SNAP benefits decreased should reapply. As Mari stated households not receiving the full benefit for their household size may be eligible to receive and increase in the benefit amount if/when IL's waiver is approved by the Feds.
Alaina
04:04:51
Thank you very much!
tkennedy
04:05:48
Yes they are.
0538552
04:06:05
Thank you!
tkennedy
04:06:14
Student loans are still being issued
tkennedy
04:06:23
You're welcome!
Angela Morrison
04:06:34
Thanks tkennedy!
Katriel Jean-Baptiste
04:06:37
Thank you
Mari Castaldi
04:07:16
https://us.accion.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Emergency-loan-options-from-Chicago-Illinois-and-Federal-partners-Accion-033120.pdf
Leah Eggers
04:10:04
TABE test only suspended for adult and dislocated workers, not youth
KitWhite
04:12:48
How will participating in temporary work funded through Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act programs impact an unemployment claim? For example, with temporary paid work experiences, what happens when a temporary placement ends? Would UI earnings for the participant go down if they earned less during the temporary placement than their prior full-time work?
Carrie Thomas
04:13:25
If you want to track what the City and All Chicago are doing related to housing and homelessness, All Chicago has a webpage and weekly updates: https://allchicago.org/coronavirus
Mari Castaldi
04:13:42
mari@cjc.net
Liz Czarnecki
04:13:48
Can you share the IL WOrknet link that states WIOA support services funds can be used for laptops?
Tanvi Shah
04:13:55
Tanvi@cjc.net
Katriel Jean-Baptiste
04:13:56
Thank you Mari. Great job
Katriel Jean-Baptiste
04:14:00
y
Carrie Thomas
04:14:00
KitWhite: Yes, that is still an outstanding question and we’ll try to get answers to that.
Liz Czarnecki
04:14:04
Nice job CJC!!
agarland
04:14:04
Thank you Mari! Your info session was amazing!
EB Odderstol
04:14:19
This was so helpful!! Thank you CJC!
Amy Blair
04:14:20
Terrific webinar Thank you so much CJC!!
KitWhite
04:14:27
Thank you Carrie!
Leah Eggers
04:14:39
This was great! Engaging and very helpful. Thanks!
Wendy Pollack
04:14:41
Great job. Thanks.
Angela Morrison
04:14:42
Thanks Kit- we'll compile a list of questions that we didn't get a chance to answer and follow up.
Keona Owens
04:14:43
Thank you kindly, will this platform be available going forward for the 360 meetings for those unable to attend the meeting
TWinbush
04:14:43
Great job! This was amazing! So intentional and thoughtful.
KitWhite
04:14:44
Thank you everyone. This was so helpful!!
Jennifer Levitt
04:14:49
Thank you, CJC, for this webinar!!
0538552
04:14:58
Very Useful webinar!!
Brian
04:15:00
Thanks Everybody
Ivette Sosias
04:15:01
This was great. Lots of info, engagement, etc. Thank you. Ivette
Mari Castaldi
04:15:01
@keona that’s a good question! we haven’t discussed that yet but we will.
Samad
04:15:03
Thank you so much.
Jeremy
04:15:06
Thank you, CJC! This was great!
Joe Haag
04:15:06
Thank you!
Anderson Lee
04:15:08
Thank you, CJC for hosting-look forward to eventually seeing everyone soon!
Susanne
04:15:09
Thanks everyone at CJC!
Andi Drileck
04:15:09
Great information. Thanks!
Keona Owens
04:15:10
Thanks @mari
Suzanne Evans
04:15:10
Great meeting! Thanks
Twana Brunson
04:15:12
Thank you!
Devin Saiki
04:15:13
Thank you!
tkennedy
04:15:21
Thank you! This was great!
Samad
04:15:28
love chicago
Loreen O'Brien
04:15:29
Thank you! Informative
alexpiper
04:15:30
thank you very much CJC
RWSmith
04:15:35
thanks be safe well and prayed up
Carrie Thomas
04:16:09
stay well, everyone! hope to see you soon in person!
hzafar
04:16:24
do you know of a nonprofit downsizing?
Wanda T
04:16:25
Thank you. This was great information.
Trudy Merrick
04:16:27
Can we get a copy of this
Marquis
04:16:29
Thank you all for all the helpful information!
Sasha Neri
04:16:34
Thank you for your hard work on this
Dani Petrie
04:16:39
Thanks for all the information and resource sharing.
JFuentes
04:16:39
Thank you!
Jake Rohn
04:16:42
Thank you.
Ramone Giles
04:17:41
Fantastically well presented meeting and information!
iPhone
04:17:49
Great meeting! Thank you and I look forward to the next one!
Brian
04:18:00
I like the idea of a job development working group, if CJC wants to organize, I would love to help
Angela Morrison
04:18:09
We will share the recording of the meeting with everyone. Let us know if you didn't receive a copy of the slides that were sent out this morning.
Tanvi Shah
04:18:30
Thanks for the idea, Brian!
Janelle
04:18:53
Will we be able to access the chat after everyone has left the meeting? I’m taking notes to take back to my organization and want to review comments from the chat.
hzafar
04:18:56
Thank you all so much for the information.
Tanvi Shah
04:19:12
Yes, the chat will be available.
Janelle
04:19:28
Thank you!
mgouterman
04:19:59
Will the chat be available as a word document or will we have to return to this recording for the chat?