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New skills.
New path.
Renewed life.
Building success
that lasts in work, life, and community
Employersneedgoodworkers.Workersneedgoodjobs.
Annual Earnings
Trajectory*
$9,675
at program entry
$27,955
1st year on the job
$32,793
1st year on the job
with overtime**
In one year on the job,
the salary of JARC
graduates is almost
tripled (or more) since
entering the program.
Jane Addams Resource Corporation
4432 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 728-9769
www.jane-addams.org
But there are 30,000 unfilled manufacturing jobs
in the Chicago region—and tens of thousands
of people looking for work. The disconnect
between workers and jobs scars the long-term
unemployed, tears their families apart, and
prevents employers from filling open positions.
Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC)
supports healthy communities and economies
by teaching workers the skills they need to earn
a living wage. But JARC goes beyond basic
training. We also connect trainees with good
jobs in the manufacturing sector, and we foster
the life skills that create a path out of poverty.
JARC’s pioneering model of workforce
development has been getting results for 30
years. And our influence is steadily growing.
We’ve added 1,300 square feet of training space
at our Chicago headquarters, expanded to a new
site in DuPage County, and replicated our model
in Baltimore.
* Based on average starting wage of $13.44/hour
** Based on 30 hours overtime/month
It’s valuable to have employees who have
the life skills to succeed.
CRAIG FREEDMAN
Freedman Seating is a Chicago-based, family-owned business that designs and
manufactures seats for transportation companies. It employs more than 700
people and is growing, and its greatest challenge is finding qualified employees.
“There’s a huge mismatch between skilled jobs and the workforce,” says
Craig, the company’s president. “So we are actively doing everything we
can to develop partnerships to meet that need. And JARC is our preferred
organization, because they do it better than anybody else.”
JARC’s holistic approach—teaching life skills along with job skills—gives our
trainees an edge, which is why Freedman Seating has hired dozens of them.
“It’s valuable to have employees who have the life skills to succeed,” Craig
says. “It puts JARC trainees in a much better position than other workers
from other programs.”
JARC makes me feel like my
foundation is being laid the
way it should. That makes
the difference.
DANIELLE KING
Danielle called JARC after she noticed an ad in the unemployment
office. JARC’s open-enrollment policy meant that she was able to enroll
right away in a welding program.
Danielle is now a machinist who helps build railroad switches at a firm
in the Chicago suburbs, voestalpine Nortrak. She uses a range of skills
she learned at JARC, from welding to operating a forklift. “The kind of
machines you regularly see in a factory setting—they had them,” she
says. “So when I encounter them on the job, I’m comfortable with them.
I’ve seen them before.”
What Danielle appreciates most about JARC is the way it treats
trainees as whole people. “JARC is different,” she says. “It’s about your
all-around well-being. It makes me feel like my foundation is being laid
the way it should. That makes the difference.”
Breaking barriers
to sustainable success and self-sufficiency
Without basic skills, job seekers struggle to find work,
much less become self-sufficient.
A shortage of skilled workers means that
an estimated 600,000 U.S. manufacturing
jobs go unfilled each year. Our Careers in
Manufacturing Programs train job seekers
for positions that employers need to fill
today, like Computer Numerical Control
machinist, welder, and press brake operator.
In an environment simulating the shop
floor, trainees learn the skills they need for
well-paying careers.
Our open-enrollment policy means that we’re ready to teach them whenever
they’re ready to learn. And our connections to hundreds of regional employers
help us match trainees with a workplace that’s right for them.
JARC also prepares workers for jobs in the manufacturing sector by
improving their math and reading skills. Mastering the basics in our
Bridge Program helps them find an entry-level manufacturing job, or
move on to one of our advanced training programs.
But having technical skills is just the first step toward self-sufficiency. Our
Center for Working Families helps clients become mainstream financial
consumers by paying off debt, opening bank accounts, and creating financial
plans. The program has a strong record of helping clients substantially
raise their net income, net worth, and credit score.
This holistic approach—teaching skills that people need for both work
and life—creates the foundation for sustainable success.
* Based on data for CNC & Welding trainees in FY13
2 out of 3
Trainees experience a credit
score increase.*
A higher credit score means
	 Access to better housing
	 Lower insurance premiums
	 Reduced cost of borrowing money
JARC gave me a chance to be part of an
industry that’s coming back. And it has
given me the skills to keep pace.
JOE COLON
Joe faced a familiar dilemma. He needed new skills for the job he wanted.
But without a job, he couldn’t afford the training.
When he discovered JARC, “it was like a light bulb went off.” He enrolled
in our free Computer Numerical Control training program to become a
machinist. Joe’s fellow trainees were a diverse group, but they were all
searching for a career path.
JARC connected Joe with a manufacturing company based in the Chicago
suburbs, Fusion OEM. Now he earns a living wage and feels more secure in
his future.
“Learning a trade has given me a shot at a career,” says Joe, a U.S. Army
veteran. “I’m 45, so it’s a late start. But JARC gave me a chance to be part of
an industry that’s coming back. And it has given me the skills to keep pace.”
Steady jobs at living wages are a powerful source
of healing. They give people a sense of purpose
and can have far-reaching effects.
We believe that our holistic approach to
workforce training fosters the ripple effects of
restoration and renewal. When we treat clients
as whole people, they become accountable to
others. And others become accountable to them.
They both teach and learn.
The spirit of togetherness that we model at
JARC—in our programs and in our culture—
can bring stability to individual lives. But it can
do more than that. It also helps restore the fab-
ric of families and communities torn apart by
chronic unemployment, giving people hope for
a healthy future.
91%of trainees graduate
93%
are placed in
full-time employment
86%retain their jobs*
The skilled graduates of
our Careers in
Manufacturing Programs
are ready to work and
committed to long-term
employment.**
Thousands of Chicagoans lack the resources to
move out of poverty. Your investment in JARC
ensures that men and women can get the skills
they need to transform their lives and lift up
their families.
Make a tax-deductible donation today.
To learn more about JARC, we invite you to
stop by and see us at work.
Contact Hayley Crabb, Director of Development & Communications,
at 773-751-7120 or hayleyc@jane-addams.org
*	 Based on average starting wage of $13.44/hour
**	 Based on 30 hours overtime/month
Give the
Gift of a
Renewed
Life.
Healthy future
for families and communities
Long-term unemployment has devastating effects.
Lives renewed.
At work.
And at play.

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  • 2. Building success that lasts in work, life, and community Employersneedgoodworkers.Workersneedgoodjobs. Annual Earnings Trajectory* $9,675 at program entry $27,955 1st year on the job $32,793 1st year on the job with overtime** In one year on the job, the salary of JARC graduates is almost tripled (or more) since entering the program. Jane Addams Resource Corporation 4432 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago, IL 60640 (773) 728-9769 www.jane-addams.org But there are 30,000 unfilled manufacturing jobs in the Chicago region—and tens of thousands of people looking for work. The disconnect between workers and jobs scars the long-term unemployed, tears their families apart, and prevents employers from filling open positions. Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC) supports healthy communities and economies by teaching workers the skills they need to earn a living wage. But JARC goes beyond basic training. We also connect trainees with good jobs in the manufacturing sector, and we foster the life skills that create a path out of poverty. JARC’s pioneering model of workforce development has been getting results for 30 years. And our influence is steadily growing. We’ve added 1,300 square feet of training space at our Chicago headquarters, expanded to a new site in DuPage County, and replicated our model in Baltimore. * Based on average starting wage of $13.44/hour ** Based on 30 hours overtime/month
  • 3. It’s valuable to have employees who have the life skills to succeed. CRAIG FREEDMAN Freedman Seating is a Chicago-based, family-owned business that designs and manufactures seats for transportation companies. It employs more than 700 people and is growing, and its greatest challenge is finding qualified employees. “There’s a huge mismatch between skilled jobs and the workforce,” says Craig, the company’s president. “So we are actively doing everything we can to develop partnerships to meet that need. And JARC is our preferred organization, because they do it better than anybody else.” JARC’s holistic approach—teaching life skills along with job skills—gives our trainees an edge, which is why Freedman Seating has hired dozens of them. “It’s valuable to have employees who have the life skills to succeed,” Craig says. “It puts JARC trainees in a much better position than other workers from other programs.”
  • 4. JARC makes me feel like my foundation is being laid the way it should. That makes the difference. DANIELLE KING Danielle called JARC after she noticed an ad in the unemployment office. JARC’s open-enrollment policy meant that she was able to enroll right away in a welding program. Danielle is now a machinist who helps build railroad switches at a firm in the Chicago suburbs, voestalpine Nortrak. She uses a range of skills she learned at JARC, from welding to operating a forklift. “The kind of machines you regularly see in a factory setting—they had them,” she says. “So when I encounter them on the job, I’m comfortable with them. I’ve seen them before.” What Danielle appreciates most about JARC is the way it treats trainees as whole people. “JARC is different,” she says. “It’s about your all-around well-being. It makes me feel like my foundation is being laid the way it should. That makes the difference.”
  • 5. Breaking barriers to sustainable success and self-sufficiency Without basic skills, job seekers struggle to find work, much less become self-sufficient. A shortage of skilled workers means that an estimated 600,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs go unfilled each year. Our Careers in Manufacturing Programs train job seekers for positions that employers need to fill today, like Computer Numerical Control machinist, welder, and press brake operator. In an environment simulating the shop floor, trainees learn the skills they need for well-paying careers. Our open-enrollment policy means that we’re ready to teach them whenever they’re ready to learn. And our connections to hundreds of regional employers help us match trainees with a workplace that’s right for them. JARC also prepares workers for jobs in the manufacturing sector by improving their math and reading skills. Mastering the basics in our Bridge Program helps them find an entry-level manufacturing job, or move on to one of our advanced training programs. But having technical skills is just the first step toward self-sufficiency. Our Center for Working Families helps clients become mainstream financial consumers by paying off debt, opening bank accounts, and creating financial plans. The program has a strong record of helping clients substantially raise their net income, net worth, and credit score. This holistic approach—teaching skills that people need for both work and life—creates the foundation for sustainable success. * Based on data for CNC & Welding trainees in FY13 2 out of 3 Trainees experience a credit score increase.* A higher credit score means Access to better housing Lower insurance premiums Reduced cost of borrowing money
  • 6. JARC gave me a chance to be part of an industry that’s coming back. And it has given me the skills to keep pace. JOE COLON Joe faced a familiar dilemma. He needed new skills for the job he wanted. But without a job, he couldn’t afford the training. When he discovered JARC, “it was like a light bulb went off.” He enrolled in our free Computer Numerical Control training program to become a machinist. Joe’s fellow trainees were a diverse group, but they were all searching for a career path. JARC connected Joe with a manufacturing company based in the Chicago suburbs, Fusion OEM. Now he earns a living wage and feels more secure in his future. “Learning a trade has given me a shot at a career,” says Joe, a U.S. Army veteran. “I’m 45, so it’s a late start. But JARC gave me a chance to be part of an industry that’s coming back. And it has given me the skills to keep pace.”
  • 7. Steady jobs at living wages are a powerful source of healing. They give people a sense of purpose and can have far-reaching effects. We believe that our holistic approach to workforce training fosters the ripple effects of restoration and renewal. When we treat clients as whole people, they become accountable to others. And others become accountable to them. They both teach and learn. The spirit of togetherness that we model at JARC—in our programs and in our culture— can bring stability to individual lives. But it can do more than that. It also helps restore the fab- ric of families and communities torn apart by chronic unemployment, giving people hope for a healthy future. 91%of trainees graduate 93% are placed in full-time employment 86%retain their jobs* The skilled graduates of our Careers in Manufacturing Programs are ready to work and committed to long-term employment.** Thousands of Chicagoans lack the resources to move out of poverty. Your investment in JARC ensures that men and women can get the skills they need to transform their lives and lift up their families. Make a tax-deductible donation today. To learn more about JARC, we invite you to stop by and see us at work. Contact Hayley Crabb, Director of Development & Communications, at 773-751-7120 or hayleyc@jane-addams.org * Based on average starting wage of $13.44/hour ** Based on 30 hours overtime/month Give the Gift of a Renewed Life. Healthy future for families and communities Long-term unemployment has devastating effects.