We believe everyone has the ability to make a difference in a boundlessly inclusive world. Job training at our in-person academies and out in the community helps people with disabilities do just that.
Community day programs at our in-person academies are a great way for adults with disabilities like autism, cerebral palsy, or Down syndrome to build career skills. Our job training focuses on hands-on and soft work skills, career interests, fitness, and strength.
Located in Chicago’s northern and western suburbs, we have multiple locations where we can work with you to tailor the learning to your goals. We also offer regular and fast-track learning options.
Learn about different industries and try new things.
Gain relationship-building skills that will help you successfully work well with others.
Build stamina to prepare you for professional environments where you need to be on your feet.
Participate in workplace simulations for a variety of industries, including warehouse support, restaurants, and hospitality.
Our western suburbs academy is a fully equipped 10,000-square-foot facility. It’s dedicated to finding the perfect fit for both employees and employers.
Join us and explore a wide range of industries, including:
More than 90% of people who graduate launch their careers, find, and maintain jobs in their communities.
We love welcoming new friends into our programs! Please fill out this form and an Aspire ambassador will connect with you and answer any questions you might have.
You can also call us at (320) 4-Aspire or (320) 427-7473.
Learn more about how we can inspire inclusivity and create possibilities together.
Work alongside people with disabilities in one of our programs. You can serve the community and make new friends as you advocate for inclusivity.
Business owners who join our mission strengthen their commitment to DEI and provide chances for people of all abilities to work together.
Put your passion for inclusivity to work. A career at Aspire is your opportunity to dedicate each day to making a positive impact in our communities.
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