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Making a Difference: Chicago Clothing Drive Looks For Professional Wear
A Chicago giving drive is looking for professional wear to donate to an organization that provides clothing to communities in…
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BMO Harris, Cara partner up for a more inclusive Chicago
Joe Mutuc and Bianca T talk about the partnership between Cara and BMO Harris to inspire more diverse and inclusive…
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‘The Road Up’ explores how some overcome addiction, homelessness, prison with the help of Cara
CHICAGO (WLS) — “The Road Up” follows four Chicagoans on their journey from struggling with addiction, homelessness and prison to…
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Our country’s talent lies with our essential workers
Might our dependence on this talent pool during this incredible time in our country make us truly see them for…
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Combatting Racial Inequities in the Workforce
Minority workers in Illinois were nearly twice as likely to lose their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic than whites. Staffing…
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U.S. Bank donates $5 million to local communities as part of Rebuild and Transform Fund
The U.S. Bank Foundation fund addresses systemic economic and racial inequities in small business, housing and workforce advancement. U.S. Bank…
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Self-Awareness is Key to Self-Sufficiency at This Job Training Program

PBS Newshour reports on Cara’s program and how it helps participants succeed.

“The Book of Sean” interview

Maria Kim and Jesse Teverbaugh stop by Fox Soul’s “The Book of Sean” to talk about our work and the documentary “The Road Up.”

How to Get a Job When You Are Living in Poverty

Our friends at Freethink spotlight the Cara model and how our Cara Plus team works with organizations like Atlanta Mission to take it to new communities.

The 77 Project

Our friends at Chicago Ideas share the Cleanslate story and how it impacts communities people like Cornell in this video, part of The 77 Project.

Teaming up with Cara Chicago for Clothing Drive

The Jam teamed up with Cara Chicago and CD One Price to donate new or gently used work attire.

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