Find local career and employment services with some of the city’s major employers below. Many of the agencies listed on this page link to Naperville connections and/or have been suggested by local job seekers.
Grace Methodist Church, 300 E. Gartner, Naperville, 60540
Every 2nd Saturday, 9:30AM to 10:30AM
(630) 355-6297 extension 4
Panera Bread, 1191 East Ogden Avenue, Naperville, IL 60563
Third Tuesday, 9:30:00 AM – 12:00:00 PM
Phone: (630) 548-5070
“Our monthly meeting is open, FREE-of-charge, to any
person involved in any part of the Training Industry.”
1815 W. Diehl Road (off Rt. 59 near Cracker Barrel)
“Call during office hours to schedule an appointment. An administrative fee of $50.00 is due at your first appointment. The Community Career Center is committed to empowering job seekers to achieve long-term career stability and self reliance by providing assistance with resume writing, career counseling, networking and interview skills, job search strategies, basic computer skills, referrals and job bank access. The Center is committed to providing a safe, supportive, and confidential environment for employers and jobseekers.”
Not just for COD students, this is a great resource for all residents of District 502 ! (that includes most Naperville residents!)
425 Fawell Blvd.
Glen Ellyn, 60137
Monday – Friday, 8AM – 5PM, evening hours by appointment
“The Career Services Center offers career resources and opportunities
for students, alumni and residents of District 502.
The Center helps students navigate with Career Services, which
provides job search training and employment assistance. Now with extendedevening hours!
Cooperative Education and Internship Program provides students an opportunity to gain on-the-job experience related to academic and career goals.
Service Learning blends classroom learning with community involvement.
College Central Network is our electronic job board.
Crossroads Career Network
Crossroads Community Church, 1701 W. Quincy Ave. Ste 22, Naperville, 60563
2nd Tuesday of every Month, 7 to 9PM
FREE Network Meetings, Career Planning Classes and Personal Coaching.
“Goodwill Industries of Metropolitan Chicago’s web site. You’ll find useful information and hotlinks in these pages. More are frequently added, so please visit us often.”
“Through a partnership of workforce development organizations, the Illinois workNet Center in Lombard (formerly Illinois Employment and Training Center) offers a single convenient connection point for job seekers and employers to find each other and tap into a pool of education, training and employment opportunities. ”
Career & Employment Resources
Naperville’s award-winning libraries, at work for you! “Career choices,
job banks, interviews, researching companies, resumes, top companies.”
Ask about Business Online Databases @ NPL 1 (630) 961-4100
Nichols Library Reference Desk x 6311
Naper Boulevard Reference Desk x 2201
95th Street Reference Desk x 4941
North Central College – Current employment listings
Resumania – Has right is your resume?
“The place for real-life examples of how not to write a resume!”
St. Thomas the Apostle Job Ministry
St. Thomas the Apostle, 1500 Brookdale Road, Naperville, 60563
Every Friday, 9:30 to 11:30AM
Last Tuesday of each month, 7 to 9PM
“Job leads are shared through our e-mail network (email@example.com). Those who sign up receive daily/weekly e-mails with job postings that have been contributed by others in transition and networking volunteers. St. Thomas has a roster of individuals who have volunteered to act as contacts with those in transition and can aid them in starting their networking. Our volunteers are from a wide range of industries and disciplines and can be a vital springboard into this vital aspect of the job search.”
The state of Illinois complete web site featuring carrer resources and state job postings.
JOB SEARCH SITES/HELP WANTED ADS
LINKS TO LOCAL NAPERVILLE EMPLOYERS
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