Bowls full o' noodle workshop / '22
A free program for individuals with lower household income. Aimed to provide better job outlook and increase employment opportunities.
To address economic impacts experienced by individuals who are under-employed, unemployed, or facing one or more barriers to employment.
What is JTED?
Sponsored by Governor JB Pritzker, local officials, and workforce partners, Midwest Asian Health Association (MAHA) is among the 44 community based organizations selected for the Job Training and Economic Development Program (JTED) grant, with the goal of:
"Investing in our people is how we drive forward an equitable economy and help businesses hit hardest by the pandemic."
- Governor JB Pritzker
Sustainable employment pathwayProvides comprehensive career pathway trainings and work experience for unemployed, under-employed, or under-represented individuals facing barriers to obtaining sustaining employment.
Matching skills, goals, and interestsIndividual’s work closely with Employment Specialists and Training Providers to access and retain restaurant industry careers that match their skills, goals, and interests.
Free of charge... and professionalAll services are free of charge and are individually tailored and culturally sensitive. Additional services include barrier reduction, job coaching, on-site job support, follow-up services, and referrals to other supporting services.
Proper training means proper certificationUpon completion individuals will be qualified to take ServSafe Illinois Food Handler certificate , Restaurant Management Certificate or Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification exams.
Semester 2 Graduates