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Freedman Seating - Manufacturing Role & Associates Degree Program
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Start your career path to success through this joint career advancement and educational program. Partnering with Skills for Chicagoland’s Future and Richard J. Daley College, Freedman Seating Company has created an exciting opportunity for Chicago’s unemployed and underemployed young adults. If you are between 18-26 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED, this is your chance to position yourself for immediate and long-term success.
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About Freedman Seating Company:
Working at Freedman Seating Company:
- Packer: prepares finished seats to be shipped to customers
- Material Handler: provides departments with materials to assemble/manufacture seats
- Gluer: applies glue to seat parts for assembly
- Assembler: performs basic assembly of seats
After achieving success in these roles, participants will be able to obtain hands-on knowledge in manufacturing with the opportunity to advance to higher-skilled positions within the company.
Attending Richard J. Daley College:
The Process: I’m interested, what do I do now?
- High school diploma/GED
Space in this program is limited! Apply now!