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JobStart Full Report

JobStart Full Report

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01/10/2013

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Acknowledgements
This
 
evaluation,
 
conducted
 
by
 
the
 
Social
 
IMPACT
 
Research
 
Center,
 
was
 
commissioned
 
by
 
the
 
2016
 
Fund
 
for
 
Chicago
 
Neighborhoods.
 
Chicago
 
Neighborhood
 
JobStart
 
grantee
 
program
 
directors,
 
staff,
 
and
 
participants,
 
2016
 
Fund
 
contributors,
 
key
 
project
 
partners,
 
and
 
2016
 
Fund
 
staff 
 
were
 
all
 
generous
 
with
 
their
 
time
 
and
 
information,
 
allowing
 
IMPACT
 
to
 
evaluate
 
the
 
JobStart
 
initiative
 
along
 
many
 
dimensions.
 
Primary
 
Author:
 
Jonah
 
Kushner
 
Evaluation
 
Team:
 
Jonah
 
Kushner,
 
Amy
 
Rynell,
 
Amy
 
Terpstra,
 
Andrew
 
Hull,
 
Lindy
 
Carrow,
 
Ian
 
Mobley,
 
Jeffrey
 
Fiore,
 
and
 
Nicole
 
Juppe.
 
Suggested
 
Citation:
 
Kushner,
 
J.
 
(2012,
 
February).
 
Chicago
 
Neighborhood 
 
 JobStart 
 
evaluation
 
report:
 
 A
 
transitional 
 
 jobs
 
response
 
to
 
the
 
great 
 
recession
.
 
Chicago:
 
Social
 
IMPACT
 
Research
 
Center.
 
The
 
Social 
 
IMPACT 
 
Research
 
Center 
 
(IMPACT)
 
investigates
 
today’s
 
most 
 
 pressing
 
social 
 
issues
 
and 
 
solutions
 
to
 
inform
 
and 
 
equip
 
those
 
working
 
toward 
 
a
 
 just 
 
global 
 
society.
 
IMPACT,
 
a
 
 program
 
of 
 
the
 
nonprofit 
 
Heartland 
 
 Alliance
 
 for 
 
Human
 
Needs
 
&
 
Human
 
Rights,
 
 provides
 
research,
 
 policy 
 
analysis,
 
consulting,
 
technical 
 
assistance,
 
communications,
 
and 
 
coalition
 
building
 
to
 
 projects
 
in
 
Illinois,
 
the
 
Midwest,
 
and 
 
nationally.
 
Visit 
 
www.heartlandalliance.org/research
 
to
 
learn
 
more.
 
33
 
W.
 
Grand 
 
 Avenue,
 
Suite
 
500
 
|
 
Chicago,
 
IL
 
60654
 
|
 
312.870.4949
 
|
 
research@heartlandalliance.org
 
Copyright 
 
©
 
2012
 
by 
 
the
 
Social 
 
IMPACT 
 
Research
 
Center 
 
at 
 
Heartland 
 
 Alliance
 
 All 
 
rights
 
reserved 
 
 
 
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