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Professional Development/Training – Individual

If you already have a candidate, we can process the visa for your candidate to come to the U.S.
If you are looking for the best candidate, just let us know – our global network can identify a candidate for you. We will look at our pool of applicants or recruit new candidates who are eager to come to the U.S. for the experience of working in an enriching environment that is also culturally different from their own. You’ll find they come with a deep sense of commitment to serve and make a contribution whether it is in an area of cutting edge technology, management, marketing, public service, advocacy, architecture, or other fields.

Professional Development/Training – Group

If your company wants to train a group of your staff/workers in a specific area of expertise, CIP will design and organize a short-term professional development program for your group. Duration may vary from one to eight weeks depending on your needs. Costs need to be covered by the team of trainees, the employers, or a third party.
Our recent groups included those from Belarus, Buryatia, Ethiopia, Georgia (5 groups), Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia (4), to Turkmenistan (2), and other countries.
Topics of group training included: Child Protection, Community Colleges, Community-Based Services for Vulnerable Children, Credit Union, Domestic Violence, Entrepreneurship, Micro Finance, Municipal Budgeting and Accounting, Research, Small Business, Sports, Vocational Education/Training, Wine Making, Women in Business, Youth Development, Protection of Whistleblowers, and many more.
Let us know your training need, your group size (approximate), preferred month or dates of training, and if you would like us to include a few days of cultural/educational tour as part of the professional development experience. We shall get back to you with a suggested outline for your review. Training can take place at your own site or elsewhere, regardless of the country.

Nonprofit Organizations/NGOs

CIP Services

CIP Chicago has served hundreds of nonprofit organizations in the Chicagoland area over the last 50+ years, finding and placing highly talented, motivated, and committed professionals from all over the world into these organizations. These individuals have come to work with their staff anywhere from one to eighteen months, made a significant contribution, and returned home with an enriching experience of serving a noble cause and working in an environment that is culturally and organizationally very different from their own.
Countries from where we brought professionals recently include: Benin, China, Colombia, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Mexico, Nepal, Peru, Nigeria, Salvation Army, South Africa, and Spain.
Organizations where these professionals served include: Catholic Charities, Chicago Commons, Cook County Juvenile Justice Center, DCFS, Howard Area Community Center, Lake Country Family Services, Lawrence Hall, Loyola University, Maplebrook School, National Louis University, Salvation Army, and UCAN.

Professional Development/Training

If your organization wants to enhance the knowledge and skills of a group of your staff in a specific area of expertise, CIP can design and organize professional development for them. Duration may vary from one week to eight weeks depending on the needs and interests of the group. Cost needs to be covered by the group members, your organization, or the government.
Our recent groups included those from Belarus, Buryatia, Ethiopia, Georgia (5 groups), Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia (4), Serbia (3) Turkmenistan (2), Uzbekistan, and others country.
Topics of recent group training included: Child Protection, Community Colleges, Community-Based Services for Vulnerable Children, Credit Union, Domestic Violence, Entrepreneurship, Micro Finance, Municipal Budgeting and Accounting, Research, Small Business, Sports, Vocational Education/Training, Wine Making, Women in Business, and Youth Development.
Let us know your training need, your group size (approximate), preferred month and dates of training, and if you would like us to include a few days for a cultural/educational tour as part of the professional development experience. We shall get back to you with a suggested outline for your review. Training can take place at your own site regardless of the country, including the U.S.

Government Organizations

CIP Services

CIP Chicago has several local and state government agencies that find and place professionals with strong background in a variety of public service areas and highly relevant expertise such as those in management, information technology, budgeting, finance, and web-design. These individuals have come to serve the government organization anywhere from one to eighteen months, made a significant contribution, and returned home with an enriching experience of serving a noble cause and gaining the experience of working for a government institution.
Please note that you’ll not only receive the services of a highly qualified and motivated professional with a deep sense of commitment and service but also make a contribution to the life and career of this individual along with his/her community and country. Would you like to have one or two such professionals at your division?
 

Professional Development/Training

If your agency wants to enhance the knowledge and skills of a group of your staff in a specific area of expertise, CIP Chicago can design and organize professional development for them. Duration may vary from one week to eight weeks depending on the needs and interests of the group. Costs need to be covered by the group members, your organization, or the government. By consulting with you, we shall determine the site/ professional development venue regardless of the country.
Our recent group trainings included: Belarus (Higher Education Management), Buryatia (Youth Development), Ethiopia (Entrepreneurship), Georgia (University Administration, Community College, Vocational Training, and Research), Germany, Kyrgyzstan (Journalism and Investigative Journalism), Moldova (Small Business Development), Serbia (Women’s Entrepreneurship and Domestic/Family Violence) Russia (Child Protection, Community-Based Services for Vulnerable Children, Municipal Management, and Budgeting), Turkmenistan (Juvenile Justice), and Uzbekistan (Credit Union and Banking).

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