Workforce


Onward House provides job readiness classes and one-on-one assistance for job seekers, as well as computer classes and resources for entrepreneurs.

Computer Center


With the goal of bridging the digital divide, Onward House provides free community access to computers and information technology to Belmont Cragin residents of all ages. Learning opportunities are available to enhance technological aptitude, increase knowledge, gain language proficiency, and increase skills for employment. The Computer Center, located in the Hank and Kim Marshall Community Resource and Education Center, serves approximately 40 community members each week and approximately 600 each year.

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