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Eddie S. Read

Employment Consultant

United Services of Chicago

Direct Phone: (312) ***-****direct phone

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Builders Association Awards - Builders Association - AGC Chicago

2006: Eddie Read, United Services of Chicago


http://www.bldrs.org/news-events/AnnualMeetingHonorRoll.aspx

2006: Community Builders-Mayor Richard M. Daley and Eddie Read, United Services of Chicago.


http://www.chicagoreporter.com/index.php/c/Cover_Stories/d/Work_Preparation_Falters:_Minorities_Off_Welfare_Get_Few_Jobs

When minorities with few skills go into the work force, "they are more likely to be discriminated against," said Eddie S. Read, an employment consultant with United Services of Chicago, a social service organization at 330 E. 37th St.When minorities with few skills go into the work force, "they are more likely to be discriminated against," said Eddie S. Read, an employment consultant with United Services of Chicago, a social service organization at 330 E. 37th St.


Signature Story: A Time to Give Back

One of them, Eddie Read of United Services of Chicago, Inc., suggested collaborating with the CCC, which had a construction tech program at Dawson Technical Institute - part of Kennedy-King College . Read knew Wayne Watson, Ph.D., CCC chancellor, and the three of them started brainstorming a potential program to train and place minorities in the industry.
That task force then sat down with many of the early players including: Leitschuh, Watson, Read, Rev. Anthony Haynes, director of the Building Bridges Project, and Carl Lattimer, president of the Coalition for United Community Action - ORTC Inc. In November 2005, Daley - flanked by countless representatives of Chicago 's construction industry, minority communities and local government - announced the ground-breaking partnership between the Builders Association, City Colleges , and the community organizations led by Read, Haynes and Lattimer.


90/94 On the Move to Improve

OJT consultant Eddie Read of United Services of Chicago presents


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