Learn why it's important to build impactful connections. General job search advice and tips will also be discussed in this seminar. Presenter: Richard Williams, Career Services, Triton College.
Did you know that online applications are run through a tracking system used as a screening tool by employers? Learn what to watch out for and how to answer questions, as well as tips and techniques for optimizing your resume for an Applicant Tracking System. Presenter: David Preciado, Chicago Federation of Labor Workers Workforce and Community Initiative. Register now.
Learn tips for setting up an estate or will, and feel more prepared financially with presenter Jim Flanagan. Jim Flanagan works with the Bentron Financial Group, an organization that works to "help people clarify the social, health and financial issues they need to understand as they age."
Meet Matthew James Collins, an Oak Park native who has lived in Italy, at a reception in his honor from 2 to 4 p.m. Matthew's exhibit titled A Dream Incarnate: Italian Landscapes and Portraits will be on display in the art gallery through July 30. The reception is free and open to the public.
Join the Community Mental Health Board, NAMI Metro Suburban and the library in celebrating Minority
Mental Health Awareness Month. This free family event includes a screening of the movie Inside Out,
a post-movie kid's discussion, art projects, snacks, and lunch.
NAMI Metro-Suburban is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental
As we age, options and choices surround us. How and where we hope to live are important questions for ourselves, our parents, and our significant others. And while aging is universal; talking about aging is often ignored or avoided.
Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.
From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19 as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond.
Take part in a fun Westside Men's Network event celebrating fathers and their children with a "Real Men Read" storytime event featuring dads reading aloud to kids! Free and open to the public.
Celebrate the end of our summer program with a panel discussion. The panel members include Lydia Manning, an associate professor of gerontology at Concordia University; Dr.
Join local film historian and journalist Doug Deuchler for a six-week series of film screenings, "Midcentury Movie Star: Montgomery Clift in Hollywood," on Monday afternoons, June 12 through July 17. Montgomery Clift (1920-1966) was one of the finest actors to grace the silver screen in the 1940s and 1950s. Clift was known for playing moody, vulnerable outcasts.
"Red River" (1948) features Texas rancher John Wayne leading a cattle drive, but his tyrannical behavior causes a mutiny led by his adopted son (Clift). Directed by Howard Hawks. 127 minutes.